Indian Holi Taipei, Taiwan 2020
😍Play with Organic Colors
😋Veg / Non-Veg Meals
👪Kids & Children Friendly Event
🌞Participate with Family & Have FUN under the SUN
Taipei Holi2020 @Thankyou India-Taiwan Charity event
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No more delays or changes! Finally, We all are good to go for a full-fledge colourful Holi event with Music, Dance & community get together! key points of the event :
1. It's Colorful and BIG like before with loads of food, colour to play, free food from MIK, Music, Dance & fun with friends.
2. It's a Charity event for raising funds for people in need as we all know that The whole world is going through a hard time because of Covid-19, MIK is going to donate it to the govt.
3. BIG thanks to Taipei City government bodies to approve this community charity event like ever before! :) :)
(more details below)
We are so grateful to be in Taiwan for now and ever, thanks to Taiwan's great effort to contain #Covid19 but the situation in India and the rest of the world is not good like Taiwan. So instead of doing a large scale 'celebration', we decide to do HOLI in a more simple way to raise funds for others in need. So WHO can help!?
That's TAIWAN! ;) Always!
#Taiwancanhelp and people living in Taiwan are known for their generosity! Let's use a colourful festival HOLI to remove the shadows of the virus; let’s eat and meet and have a good time while helping others! More details below :
Date: Sunday, the 21st of June 2020
Those who already bought tickets in the past of different date, do not need to buy it again, but everyone has to tell us a few must things on our official LINE: http://line.me/ti/p/@688vynca
1. Your name / Age / Mobile no.
2. Passport / ARC or ID no.
3. Veg. / non-veg. meal (choose 1)
4. No. of people : (we have limited space only)
Those who haven't buy a ticket online from this link
or from any Mayur Indian / International Kitchen branches, call us (+886) 0921004175 or email us
Timing: 11:30 - 16:00
Venue : Dajia Riverside Park (Enter floodgate 8, you will be at event venue)
FAQ about the event!
How it is a Charity event!?
Your ticket money + donation by our invitees + any funds raised by the event + amount donated by Mayur Indian Kitchen Taiwan will be collected and given to the government to help people in need during Covid19!
Why are we organizing it!?
As usual, MIK always organizes events for the friends of Taiwan & India to bring communities together and bridge the gap between two countries with the rest of the world.
Holi is our major Indian festival which we marked every year in Taiwan with everyone while using the auspicious colours to mark the beginning of a new season and the victory of good over evil. We gather to share food and happiness, and this year we need that unity even more.
What's included in Ticket!?
Lunch meal, Water bottle, few other foods donated by our partners. Plus Holi Colours, music & get together with friends. Also 20% discount coupons for dining at MIK.
(Maybe more exciting gifts sponsored by our invitees, stay tuned for more announcements soon)
How to register or join!?
You can visit MIK to buy a ticket or buy online from this link given. Please act fast as we will close the windows soon!
Even though it is in the news that the government is soon lifting many bans regarding COVID19, but we will still follow precautions, for everyone's safety!
Kindly note that everybody has to follow the instructions and rules to remain safe from corona or any virus! Safety first!
1. You have to bring your ARC or Taiwan ID or passport copy or picture on the phone, you must provide us with your address and phone no. while registering or booking your ticket!
2. We will check the temperature of each participant, in case of fever or any other symptom of being 'unwell' we reserve the right to deny your entry for the festival.
We recommend kids under 5 & above 60 years could avoid this event but if they still want to join, please take care to ensure their safety.
Disclaimer: On the grounds that coloured powders are no longer permitted in Taiwan, this event will not utilise any coloured powders. 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 practised for centuries in a safe and positive manner, and should not be considered hazardous in any way. Thanks! Happy Holi!