MAYUR INDIAN KITCHEN MIK's

HOLI 2020

Taiwan's Best & Biggest Spring Color Festival

 

Indian Holi Taipei, Taiwan 2020
😍Play with Organic Colors

🎶International DJ & Music

😋Unlimited Veg / Non-Veg Buffet Meals

👪Kids & Children Friendly Event

🌞Participate with Family & Have FUN under the SUN

Postponed till April 延期直到四月 | Taipei Holi 2020 台北好麗色彩節
Time is TBD
Yanping Riverside Park 延平河濱公園

1. Taipei Holi 2020  MIK

  

  • VIP & STUDENT PRICE: NTD 200 ONLY 

  • DOOR PRICE: NTD 400 per person

  • GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY!!!

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Beach Holi 2020 海灘好麗色彩節
Mar 14, 12:00 PM GMT+8
Qianshuiwan Beach (MIK-9 bar & restro)

2. Beach HOLI Color Party 2020

Hsinchu Holi Festival 2020 新竹好麗節
Mar 08, 2:00 PM GMT+8
馬友友印度廚房-竹北店 Mayur Indian Kitchen restaur

Hsinchu Holi Festival 2020

  • Date: 8th March 2020

  • Address : No. 412, Guangming 1st Road, Zhubei City, Hsinchu County, Taiwan 302

  • Color Party: 1130Hrs - 1500Hrs 

  • Cost: NTD 450 per person
     

Play with organic Holi colors

Indian snacks & full lunch buffet

Dance, Music and Fun

 

For more information please call

0921004175

👉Message us at indianfoodintaipei@gmail.com or line us at mayur.indian us for more info.

What is Holi? Holi, an ancient Indian springtime festival, is also known as The Festival of Colours or The Festival of Sharing Love. In modern times, Holi has become popular not only in Southeast Asia but also across the world. Once a year, communities gather to shower one another in color, enjoy a meal, and celebrate the spring and their love for one and all. In 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016 till 2019, the Holi volunteers team and Mayur Indian Kitchen restaurants joined hands to organize the colorful celebration of Indian spring festival Holi in Taipei. The celebration was a huge success in terms of such a large scale Indian event being held here. Filled with food, color, and fun, it was attended by many who had a blast celebrating Indian culture in Taiwan. MIK looks forward to continuing to cooperate with others to celebrate the spirit of India in Taiwan in the future.

Disclaimer:

* On the grounds that colored powders are no longer permitted in Taiwan, this event will not utilize any colored powders whatsoever.

* Organic, non-flammable, non-toxic, water-based paints that wash off with water will be used & distributed evenly (in packets) to each HOLI member.

* Holi and similar festivals, such as Songkran, Thailand’s annual water festival, have been practiced for centuries in a safe and positive manner, and should not be considered hazardous in any way. Thanks!