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WELCOME YEAR OF THE RAT WITH AUSPICE AND PROSPERITY AT PAII

          - Celebrate this Lunar New Year with good luck inside the iconic setting in the heart of Bangkok, Paii

          Chinese New Year is one of the most popular festivals to celebrate not only in China but also in Thailand. This year, Paii presents to you the special offers just for this occasion; Paii's limitless premium seafood buffet and the Lunar New Year afternoon tea. 

          Chinese New Year Garden Seafood Buffet 
          Saturday, 25 January 2020 | 6PM - 10:30PM
             Getting the year started, come and enjoy pleasant vibes at the garden of Paii and savor in a scrumptious dinner buffet with premium treats from seafood to desserts. The wide range buffet will feature Paii signatures like Paii crab fried rice, blue swimmer crab in yellow curry, stir fried crab rice vermicelli noodle and blue swimmer crab crispy spring rolls. Premium seafood include giant river prawn, Hokkaido scallop, snow fish, Chonburi squid and seafood on ice such as Jean-Paul and Fine de Claire oysters, snow crab, New Zealand mussel and the list goes on! There are also numerous dessert stations like black sesame dumplings in hot ginger soup, Chinese pear and cherry strudel, traditional Chinese dessert with sweet taro and coconut sticky rice and also live stations of red bean and custard pancake, water chestnut 3-color pomegranate and jackfruit in coconut milk and many more. And special just for Chinese New Year, guests get one welcome drink from Moutai, one of the most well known Chinese liquors. 
             - THB 3,500++/person inclusive of one Moutai welcome drink
             - Indoor and outdoor seating is available.

          Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea
          24 – 30 January 2020 | 2:30PM – 5:30PM
             Indulge in Chinese New Year edition of Paii afternoon tea created especially for this auspicious celebration. New items on the set include red velvet scone representing red lucky color, Zhaochai Jinbao chocolates giving you wealth and luck, mandarin chocolate macaron and mandarin tart made with orange for prosperity and so much more.
             - THB 2,588++/set inclusive of two Moutai welcome drinks and two pots of TWG tea
             - Indoor and outdoor seating is available.
          
          For more information or reservations contact thehouseonsathorn@whotels.com or 02-344-4025. For up to date information on Paii visit www.paiibangkok.com or follow us at www.facebook.com/paiibangkok 

          Reviving a Landmark in the Heart of Bangkok
          Built in 1889 during the reign of King Rama V, The House's neo-classical structure originally housed wealthy businessman Luang Sathorn Rajayutka, who created Sathorn Canal. The home was later was passed down to his descendents. In the early 1920s, the site was converted into the majestic Hotel Royal. Later, from 1948 to 1999, the building served as the Russian Embassy. 
          Recognizing the immense historic value of the house, the development team worked closely with Thailand's Fine Arts Department to carefully restore the home to its former glory, as part of the conversion to The House on Sathorn. Major renovations were conducted on the four buildings and large courtyard, keeping the original main structure intact. Meanwhile, inside, the original color palette, intricate wooden staircases and even the Sathorn Rajayutka family's personalized fresco motifs have all been meticulously restored by the Fine Arts Department. The compelling juxtaposition of contemporary components and new elements reflect the boundless creativity of renowned design firm AvroKO of New York.

          The House on Sathorn
          Since opening in 2015, The House on Sathorn has taken place among the city's most distinctive food and drink venues. And as to the building itself, what a place it is. The neo-classical structure dating from 1889 functioned first as private residence, by the 1920s had become a hotel, then later from mid-century to 1999 served as site of the Russian embassy. 
          Today, The House on Sathorn further stands out as a tremendously eclectic location. The building and grounds – directly adjacent W Bangkok – comprise four separate buildings including Paii presenting modern Thai seafood cuisine and function rooms for meeting and social gatherings.