With a lovely weather forecast of above 30 degrees for 17 to 19 February this year, Asia Oasis is looking forward to welcome patrons from all walks of life, Adelaideans as well as interstate and oversea visitors, to Glenelg Foreshore.
As you walk from Jetty Road onto Glenelg Foreshore, you will see more than a dozen Balinese huts situated on Jimmy Melrose Park where hundreds of stunning Hoi An lanterns will form its own lantern garden, and will be displayed on various structures. You may find yourself attached into our rich cultural performing arts program, as well as the music that you cannot resist the temptation of dancing along.
You can expect that there are more than 100 different authentic dishes of Asia street food to be served on Glenelg beach. Special drinks that can be found on various streets in Asia will also be served at this event.
There will be a variety of special dishes offered at Filipino, Vietnamese, Thai, Korean, Indonesian, Indian, Malaysian, Singaporean, Sri Lankan, Chinese, and Balinese these food stalls. If you come to this event, but find it difficult to choose which dish(es) to go with, please visit our Infodesk (also known as Service Hut) for tips and suggestions.
Our Infodesk will also be available to provide you information and/or service on:
– Glenelg Beach Asia Street Food sitemap (click here for sitemap)
– Carpark map/infos around the area (click here for carpark map)
– Public toilets at Glenelg beach (click here for public toilet map)
– First aid need (kits)
– General information about health and safety
WHERE: Jimmy Melrose Park, Glenelg Foreshore (in front of Stamford Grand)
WHEN: 17th – 19th February 2023, 11am – late
PRICE: Free entry
Asia Oasis welcomes all your feedback and questions, if any. Please write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you there.