Our latest Christmas-themed display is one you need to see with your own eyes!
Walk into the café and let your senses revel in the marvellous decorations you’ll find covering almost every nook and cranny. You will spot a different theme setup in each dining area, so this gives you such a good reason to visit us a few times during the festive season.
Keep reading to find out what’s waiting for you on your next visit to THATH.
While you’re here, take the opportunity to take as many snaps and footage as you can. Post them on your socials with the hashtag #thathxmasgiveaway to get in the running of our Christmas giveaway. Check out all the details on our blog.
All images by Erin Mallinder (@elmsocial on instagram)
A Sweet Entrance
Enter through the doors and you will be met with a spectacular Lolly-filled Tree & a matching Nutcracker.
Your eyes will love every detail you’ll find on the tree. It will not be hard to spot your favourite treat. You’ll find macarons, cupcakes, ice cream cones and more. Cheeky elves are hiding away amongst the decor too so have fun with kids and adults alike trying to point out as many of them as you can.
Now move your eyes towards the cake & pastry display cabinets and there you’ll find a pastel-themed ensemble.
Another life-sized Nutcracker stands guard dressed in pink and white. Pinwheel lollies hang from the ceiling covered with garlands that are adorned with baubles of different hues and other candy treats. Is your mouth watering yet?
From the entrance, turn left, and you’ll find Santa’s Corner. Flanked by two Nutcracker soldiers, Santa’s chair is there waiting to be sat on for more photo opportunities for you and the family. Just be careful to sit one at a time so no one gets hurt!
Behind Santa’s seat is a giant Bauble-shaped arch, decked with at least four Christmas trees. Are you keeping count how many trees we’ve got out yet?
You’ll also find a shelf filled with all kinds of Santa figurines, accompanied by a few of his helpful elves, and Mrs. Claus, of course! The garland decorated with white baubles, of different shapes and sizes, and snowflakes is the perfect trimming for this spectacle. Don’t miss one of the Santas hanging from the ceiling!
Just across the Santa shelf, you’ll find an adorable collection of pastel-coloured macaron and lolly towers, and other dainty figurines that your eyes will not get enough of. Are you ready for more?
Jolly Good Dining
Now head to our main dining area to witness a Jester-themed display. Red, White, Green and Black colours dominate this space and you’ll feel there’s an added spring to your step as you walk under pink and green garlands decked in red and green baubles. Challenge yourself and count all the giant candy canes hanging from them too!
The chandeliers have been given a Christmas treatment too with red baubles dangling off them giving them that merry look.
The main attraction is the fireplace adorned with different-coloured trimmings and all kinds of elves, with a matching tree standing beside it. The “Merry Christmas” arch with Santa on his sleigh and his reindeers gliding along finishes this look.
Did you also spot the gingerbread characters mixed in?
We’ve set aside a special place for the rest of our collection of nutcracker soldiers on the other side of this space. How many do you think have we got displayed just in this corner?
Lastly, and most certainly not the least, we pay homage to our Filipino roots with an aptly-themed display at the Queen’s Courtyard.
Hanging by the windows are 4 large traditional capiz lanterns – a staple you’ll see during the holiday season in the Philippines. More lanterns hang from the ceiling in red, green and gold. Capiz baubles complement the rest of the decor perfectly.
At one end of the courtyard stands a magnificent-looking tree decorated with Poinsettia flowers and other red accents. It is flanked by a birdcage and a ferris wheel representing the many Christmas fairs people flock to at this time of the year.
There's definitely a lot to see this holiday season at THATH! What's more, our Christmas display will be available to view for the whole month of January 2023! So if you are not able to come by before Christmas day, you still have many opportunities to come see it during the summer holidays - summer outing idea with the kids, anyone?Make a booking