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Central Embassy, the first name that come to mind when you think of the most compelling retail destination covering art, fashion and lifestyle as part of ‘Central Bangkok’, the premium center of economy and tourism in the heart of the capital of Thailand and AllRightsReserved, together with Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), create a global art conservation phenomenon for the first time in Thailand by bringing in an exhibition “1600 Pandas+ World Tour in Thailand: For the world we live in and the ones we love”.
1600 pandas – the number of living pandas left in the wild since 2008– are crafted from recycled materials in the form of paper mache by French artist Paulo Grangeon. The 1,600 pandas were exhibited at around 100 landmark locations in many countries across the globe. This initiative has helped spread the awareness on the importance of environmental and wild animal conservation for sustainable development.
During the past month, the “1600 Pandas+ World Tour in Thailand” has become talk-of-the-town in Thailand with the Panda flash mobs activity, where the pandas have made a visit around 10 local landmarks in Thailand. The finale of “1600 Pandas+ World Tour in Thailand” exhibition will take place at Central Embassy, the retail icon of Thailand. The fund raised from various activities in the exhibition will be donated to the WWF Thailand for wildlife conservation for endangered species in Thailand. At the exhibition, everyone including Thais and tourists can enjoy taking photos with the adorable pandas for free, without any additional charges. The 1,600 pandas which will be exhibited from today until 10th April 2016 at Level G, Central Embassy.Pak nu je 25% korting