Rank #1: Episode 15: Pete and the Pop-up City
Settling into a new season of Wondercast, we get excited about 2019 by chatting to Wonderfruit’s founder and CEO, Pranitan “Pete” Phornprapa. Discover how he’s reimagining Wonderfruit as a pop-up city and what that means for you, the inhabitants.
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Jul 17 2019
Rank #2: Episode 20: Ethical Tourism with Kimpton Maa-lai Bangkok
The world is shrinking, and thanks to travel and tourism we all have a chance to see more of our planet. There are destinations opening every day, but without careful planning and sustainable consideration—these destinations won’t survive their visitors. Kimpton Maa-lai Bangkok, a brand new boutique hotel opening in 2020, takes their impact on the local environment seriously. In this episode of Wondercast, we speak with General Manager Patrick Both and Director of Sales and Marketing Shane Jameson about how their hotel is working to enhance every destination.
Nov 21 2019
Rank #3: Episode 19: The Plastic Circular Economy with Indorama Ventures
We have a lot of friends at Wonderfruit: people, groups, and organisations from all over, with different energies and unique ideas. It’s their ideas that make our activities in The Fields possible. In this episode of Wondercast, we speak to Richard Jones from Indorama Ventures—a global plastics producer and recycler—about their ideas and how we can be friends.
Nov 14 2019
Rank #4: Episode 18: Chefs Chalee and Paolo Delve Into the History of SOT
SOT is our urban playground in The Fields; a meeting point for the sounds and tastes of the big city that has been synonymous with big beats and bigger bites since day one. Chefs Chalee Kader (Surface, 100 Mahaseth, Mrs. Wu) and Paolo Vitaletti (Appia, Peppina) share their plans for the sixth edition of SOT, and reveal a little about their first experiences at Wonderfruit.
Oct 31 2019
Rank #5: Episode 16: Urban Farming for Good with Chef DK of Haoma
It’s time to talk about food, the best topic of all. The full lineups for Wonder Feasts and Wonder Kitchen have been announced, and we took the opportunity to pull Chef Deepanker Khosla (known to those who know as DK) aside to talk about his circular food management process and how his Bangkok restaurant, Haoma, manages to create exquisite fine dining fare from his urban farm.
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Oct 10 2019