Art comes alive with Blue Tree Phuket’s reopening

Nora Dance, a Southern Thai tradition, was part of the arts extravaganza at The Living Art Festival 2020

Leisure and entertainment destination, Blue Tree Phuket, kicked off its reopening in December with a three-day arts extravaganza that sets the stage for its drive to position Phuket as a destination for music, fashion, arts and crafts and food.

The Living Art Festival 2020, held from December 17 to 19, 2020, featured concerts, street art, street performances, workshops, art films, panel talks, and fashion shows – all delivered by top Thai artists such as Prateep Kochabua, Mueangthai Busamaro, Jarupong Juntarapech, Paretas Hutanggura, Synth X Factor, EKA Soundz, DJ Nicola Vega and DJ Fen.

A welcoming destination for all ages, Blue Tree Phuket on the popular Thai island’s west coast takes in array of amenities, such as the signature four-storey Tree House Restaurant & Beach Club, a kid’s club, walking and jogging trails, retail and lifestyle outlets. These facilities surround a 17,000m2 lagoon that is also a playground for adrenaline junkies.

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