Here’s What We Fell In Love With At Wonderfruit
Festivals are a lot of fun. A weekend filled with good vibes, company and music — what more could any girl ask for? But some of the biggest and best music festivals in the world can be logistically (and financially) difficult to get to from our side of the world.
A four-day festival that’s held in Pattaya, Thailand, Wonderfruit is a celebration of the arts that uses its impact to drive for positive change. It’s a huge, overwhelming experience, sprawling across The Fields in a mass of stages, art installations, performances and displays. It seems a lot to take in. But as #TeamCLEO learned, you need to go in with an open mind and in the knowledge that you’ll be exploring new concepts, hearing new music, meeting new people and racking up unforgettable new experiences. Here are just some of the things that stood out.
Eco meets the gram
Like any festival, Wonderfruit ensured that it was worthy for the ’Gram. Every hut and stage at Wonderfruit was picturesque, with hotspots dotted all across the huge landscape. Tiring, yes, but it made exploring even more fun. But the aim is not just to be photogenic; each spot has its own sustainable flair. For example, the Solar Stage uses a modular panel system that can be moved and changed every year.