Sweet treats at 20,000 feet

Thailand April 12, 2017 17:10

By The Nation

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Thai Airways International welcomes the Songkran Festival with a Thai dessert menu and other special desserts that will be served to passengers flying with THAI from tomorrow (April 13) to Saturday.



Thai desserts or other special desserts will be served on all domestic flights though not during breakfast in Royal Silk Class. For flights departing from Bangkok, Royal Silk Class passengers will be served Pandan Crepe stuffed with Sticky Rice and Mango and Economy Class passengers will enjoy Lod Chong in coconut milk jelly topped with musk melon. 

On inbound flights into Bangkok, Royal Silk Class passengers will be served Ta-ko Tab-tim Krob in Syrup Jelly and Coconut Cream and Economy Class passengers will enjoy Tab-Tim Krob in Coconut Milk with Jelly Jackfruit.

Thai desserts or other special desserts will be served on all international flights departing from Bangkok as part of the lunch and dinner meal service. Passengers travelling in Royal First Class will be served Mango Ice Cream Delight. Royal Silk Class and Economy Class passengers will be treated to Sago and Mango in Coconut Jelly.

For more information about in-flight meal service, flight reservations and ticketing, customers may visit THAI’s website www.thaiairways.com or call the THAI Contact Centre at (02) 356-1111 (24 hours a day).