MyEO Events


Note: Registration for all events is now open! 


MyEO Events are hosted by Members for Members and their Guests.  The MyEO Events on Friday and Saturday are Spouses only as Members will be participating in the EO GLC Meetings.  MyEO is excited to partner with the Spousal Program this year to offer the spouses a diverse, unique package of events. Spouses are encouraged to sign up for individual MyEO events on Friday, please see below. The member will need to sign up on behalf of the spouse and note the spouse’s name in the comments section. Kindly refer back to the Spousal Program page for updates regarding Saturday’s Group Activity.


Thai Cooking Class

When: Daily classes on Thursday – Saturday.* **
Morning Class 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM / Afternoon Class 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
(Buses depart 60 minutes before each class from the Centara Grand at Central World)

Where: Baipai Cooking School

Cost: US$30  *Thursday classes are open to all, limited to 24 attendees per session.
**Friday and Saturday classes are limited to spousal guests only, with 12 spots for each session.

Registration: Thursday AM SOLD OUT| PM || Friday AM | PM SOLD OUT || Saturday AM

Join this completely hands-on cooking class. While the technical content is purposefully presented, the whole process is meant to be entertaining and fun for participants. You will learn by preparing food with our experienced teachers, with an emphasis on the art of fine Thai cooking in a relaxed social environment. Each student will have his/her own cooking station, specifically equipped and designed to enhance your cooking experience.

There is no better way to learn Thai cooking than once you are in Thailand and taking a Thai cooking course, taught by qualified Thai professional. Whether Thai food is your favorite, cooking is your hobby, or just to satisfy your curiosity, come and join us!

Hosted By: Vasana Jantarach

Bangkok, the Wonderland

When: Thursday and Friday**
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  
(Buses depart at 8:30 a.m. from the Centara Grand at Central World)

Where: Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

Cost: US$90, limited to 30 persons each day. **Friday is limited to spousal guests only.

Registration: Thursday | Friday

Thailand has been known as the “Land of Smile” to many tourists for many years. It’s because of the uniqueness of Thais’ character. Bangkok, or “Krungthep” in Thai, means City of Angels. It’s well known for its rich cultures, arts, and savory cuisine. Experience the history of this wonderful city in one day.

Join My EO “Bangkok, the Wonderland” to learn hundreds years of history, art, and heritage culture in only hours. Suitable to people for all ages. Enjoy the “edutainment” and experience the local favor.The only event which you will learn about how Thais become Thais, history of all 9 Kings in Rattanakosin period, enjoy the local delicacy, and experience the world renowned Thai massage.

Hosted By: EO Thailand

Royal Palace and Emerald Buddha

When: Thursday, 12 May
7 :30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
(Depart at 7:30 a.m. from the Centara Grand at Central World)

Cost: US$90

Registration: SOLD OUT

About four to six thousand visitors visit the most famous landmark of Bangkok and Thailand, the Royal Palace and the Temple of Emerald Buddha, each day. It was built in 1782 and became the world famous temple since. The Temple of Emerald Buddha is the only temple that doesn’t house any monk.

EO Thailand brings you Once-in-a-Lifetime opportunity to explore “Phra Thinang Amarin Winitchai (Throne Hall)” It was originally the Principal Audience Hall of the Middle Palace in which officials of state and foreign ambassadors were received in audience and Royal ceremony. With special permission, you will have a chance to visit the throne in which few thousand people do.

Visit The Queen Sirikit textile’s museum features Her Majesty’s designer ensembles made from handwoven textiles produced by members of SUPPORT, Her Majesty’s charity dedicated to preserving Thai village weaving before leaving for delicious authentic Thai food for lunch before departure to the hotel.

Dress Code: Polite attire to show respect for the Grand Palace (Royal Place); no shorts, no sleeveless shirts/blouse, no Slippers

Lunch will be provided at Sala Rattanakosin

Hosted by: Surachanee Limatibul

Backstreet Bike Bangkok

When: Thursday, 12 May; Friday, 13 May
7 a.m. – 2 p.m.
(Buses depart at 7 a.m. from the Centara Grand at Central World)

Cost: US$90. 60 person maximum. Friday event for spousal guests only. Bike groups will be 20 persons or less.

Registration: Thursday SOLD OUT | Friday

Experiencing local Thai lifestyle all in one day? We will give you a glimpse in 5 hours! Start out in the morning by experiencing the slow life along the Chao Phraya river in Thonburi, Thailand’s former capital. Ride through the small backstreet and explore local communities and temples. Rest in the garden. And go through Bangkok’s biggest and busiest fresh flower market. Cycle through Rattanakosin Island’s backstreets and alleys, seeing landmarks of old Bangkok. After winding through the narrow streets and experiencing the frenetic life of Chinatown, you will slow down for a local-flavor lunch.

Prerequisite: Good balancing skill on a bike (small backstreet and alley)

What to bring: Sunscreen, Sunglasses, Passport (for insurance purpose), Money (if you want to buy something along the way)


  • Transportation and ferry ride across the Chao Phraya River 
  • Lunch – local flavor
  • Bike rental and helmet
  • Snack & drinks
  • Accident Insurance

Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be sent to [email protected] 

Hosted by: Forum 11, EO Thailand

The Real Muay Thai

When: Thursday, 12 May 11:15 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Cost: US$100, limited to 30 persons

Registration: SOLD OUT

Many people know what Muay Thai, but few will have a chance to experience what Muay Thai really is.  Under the class, you will have chance to learn basic Muay Thai technique. The class will be conducted by Mr. Sagat Petchyindee, who is considered one of the greatest Muay Thai fighters. Some of you may recognize him in the “Street Fighter” Game character from Thailand.

After the boxing class, you will have the once-in-a-lifetime chance to go onto the ring for a sparring fight with the World Muay Thai Champion. 

What to Bring: Exercise dress. No shoes is needed for this activity. Fruits & beverage will be provided.

Who is this event for? Healthy people, both male and female. We don’t recommend people with weak heart, and please avoid alcohol the night before the class.

Hosted by: Kittisak Rangnoktai

TukTuk Food Tour

When: Wednesday, 11 May and Thursday, 12 May at 7 pm

Where: Bangkok City (Bus departs 7 p.m. from Centara Grand at Central World)

Cost: US$60, limited to 30 persons each night

Registration: SOLD OUT

Go beyond tourist zones for the most enjoyable midnight eating adventure. After the moon comes up, cruise along Bangkok streets via this city’s iconic 3-wheel Tuk Tuk to visit Bangkokian’s favorite places to eat. Taste a variety of savory menus, including the local favorite Kao Mun Kai, the town’s Best Pad Thai, and the popular home-style Thai snacks. Between the bites, visit old-town landmarks and temples for a different perspective compared to the busy day time scene. Discover the side of Bangkok wholly unknown to visitors. We will finish the tour by Cinderella’s hour. 

*** Please note that this tour is not suitable for vegetarians ***

Hosted By: Thanong and Polpat

MyEO Wine Dinner

When: Thursday 12 May 6 p.m.

Where: Eat Me Restaurant

Cost: US$150, limited to 18 persons

Registration: SOLD OUT

Each 2-person group (or  couple) must bring a bottle of their favorite wine with value greater than $150 and 93 points or higher on Robert Parker, Wine Spectator or James Suckling ratings.

  • If single, please bring a bottle with the same requirement
  • This event will be hosted by 3 Thai EO wine connoisseurs – Jakkrit, Grip & Vittawat and our spouses. We will also share our favorite wines from our cellars with you.
  • It is really for wine lovers who wants to share their favorite wines.  For those that don’t plan to bring wine, please don’t register for this event or be willing to pay additional $300 per bottle and we will prepare something special for you.
  • Dress: smart casual, no shorts no flip-flops

From the January-February 2015 issue of the gorgeous DestinAsian magazine:

“Holding the 37th spot on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list, this Silom hot spot isn’t new. In fact, it’s 16 years old—ancient in Bangkok years—but has remained au courant thanks to a team with their fingers on the pulse. Australian Darren Hausler and food stylist sister Cherie opened this local institution when there was little in the area except food stalls. The good-looking retro space would be a grand old dame if it weren’t for frequent nips and tucks by American designer Kelly Wheatley of Lump, whose handcrafted furniture is made from recycled wood and vintage fabric. Chef Tim Butler (formerly of New York’s Daniel) continually tweaks his seasonal menu of fine produce-driven cuisine that Hausler broadly labels “modern, international, regional.” Try the Australian saltbush lamb rack with broad bean, mint, and charred lemon. Star “mixultant” Joseph Boroski is responsible for the classic cocktails.”

Hosted By: Grip Areecharoenlert and Vittawat Akarapongpisak

S’uvimol Crocodile Bag Experience

When: Friday, 13 May (open for spousal guests only)
9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(Buses depart 8:30 a.m. from the Centara Grand at Central World)

Where: S’uvimol factory and crocodile farm

Cost: US$70, limited to 25 persons  

Registration: Open

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and so are designer bags! How many bags have you bought? How many bags have you received? Do you think you have enough? Join this MyEO Event to visit S’uvimol exotic skin handbags and accessories shops, factory and farm all in one day!

The luxurious bags are handmade to order from 100% genuine crocodile and python leathers. They are now available for bespoke order in the Middle East with S’uvimol Arabia. Created in Bangkok in 2011, the S’uvimol brand was founded and designed by the daughter and granddaughters of Mr Utai, owner of the world famous Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm. With an exquisite knowledge for exotic leathers and love of fashion, Ms. Patcharapimol together with her two daughters created the S’uvimol brand, benefiting from the farm’s production of world-class skins to provide elegant and exceptionally unique bags not only for crocodile leather fans but for all high fashion lovers. This is an exclusive opportunity to visit the luxurious bag manufacturer, as it’s never been opened to public before. Only in EO!

Ayutthaya World Heritage Day Trip

When: Saturday, 14 May (open for spousal guests only)  ***Please note: After discussion of possibly changing this event date, it is confirmed that it will remain on Saturday, 14 May.
7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
(Buses depart 7:30 a.m. from the Centara Grand at Central World)

Where: Ayutthaya, Thailand

Cost: US$120, limited to 40 persons  

Registration: SOLD OUT

The Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya or Ayutthaya in short, is one of Thailand’s historical and majestic highlights. Serving as Thai capital for 417 years, it was once glorified as one of the biggest cities in the world as Southeast Asia center for civilizations.

Visit Bang Pa-In Summer Palace, which consists of many royal buildings in contrasting architectural styles. Then see Phananchoeng Temple, the most revered by the inhabitants of Ayutthaya. You will revel at Mahathat Temple (temple of the Great Relics), the symbolic center of Ayutthaya. See the old town of Ayutthaya by Thai style boat riding. Enjoy Elephant riding around the old kingdom. Enjoy the making of “Silk Road Roti,” a well-known and popular Thai dessert.

What to Bring: Sunglasses, hat, sunscreen

In the event that number of attendees do not meet minimum requirement, the organizing committee reserves the right to cancel any MyEO event & a refund shall be made for all tickets sold.

MyEO Unseen BKK Wat Pho

When: Friday, 13 May (open for spousal guests only) 10:30 a.m. – 05:00 p.m. 

Where: Wat Pho, Thailand

Cost: US$85, limited to 40 persons  

Registration: Open

Some say traditional Thai medical practice is able to cure disease and relax your mind and body. Don’t believe it? Why don’t you try it yourself! What is the best way to prep yourself for other excitements while you are on the land of the original world-renowned Thai massage. Learn and enjoy a Thai massage training session by true professionals from the first medical university in Thailand. Visit one of the largest temple complexes in the city, famed for the Giant Reclining Buddha that measures 46 metres long. Enjoy a boat ride to visit the only barge museum in Thailand with more than one hundred years of history. And of course, Thai delicacies to make your trip an unforgettable one can’t be missed.

Hosted by: Manrat Suensilpong

Path to Eternal Happiness: GLC 2016


When: Sunday, 15 May
1:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Where: Room M4, 23rd Floor, Centara Grand Hotel

Cost: Free (US$100 registration fee will be refunded when you arrive at the event)

Registration: Open

Happiness–have you discovered it yet? Have you ever wondered why we are here? What is life for? Simple questions: hard to find answers, isn’t it?

This MyEO session is here to help shed light on such perplexity. It will be a light yet enlightening talk given by Pra Ajarn Phairoj (Buddhist Monk Master) about the true happiness. The talk will be mainly Q&A and is designed to give you a clearer understanding about human suffering and the meaning of life.

So, if these questions keep popping up in your mind time and time again, sign up and join us in exploring the multifaceted insight of Buddha’s teaching. The session focuses on sharing and Q&A: no praying, no rituals.

Hosted by: Suwanna Chaisavetkanon

In the event that number of attendees do not meet minimum requirement, the organizing committee reserves the right to cancel any MyEO event & a refund shall be made for all tickets sold.