AirAsia celebrates Mid-Autumn at BGC!

Food | 10/07/17

AirAsia celebrates Mid-Autumn at BGC!

AirASia formally opened its Mid-Autumn Food Festival celebration in Bonifacio HIgh Street Central, Taguig City. The event hightlights well-loved traditions, famous Asian street food and fun-filled activities specially prepared by AirAsia and Flypack.

We were also welcomed by the dancing Korean cabin crew!

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the moon festival, is celebrated by many countries around the world like China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Korea and Vietnam.

CEO Capt. Dexter Comendador welcoming us and sharing to us their new international flight going to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam!

The two-day festival is open to the public from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM and is organized by AirAsia, the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for nine consecutive years and still running, in partnership with BIG Loyalty, Air Asia’s Freedom Flyer Programme- Easier, Faster, Better, Further.

Visitors enjoyed treats such as Banh mi from Vietnam.

…Kimch rice and Assorted Kimbap from Korea.

….assorted fried and steamed dimsum from Hong Kong

….siomai, siopao and favorite Chinese rice toppings from China


and of course, the famous chicken poppers from Taiwan!

Aside from AirAsia Flash Sale where promo seats to China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Korea, and Vietnam are up for grabs from as low as P990 and now available for booking via the airline’s mobile app, online at, and via the AirAsia booth at the venue, the airline is also giving away special gifts and flight tickets to lucky visitors and social media contest winners.

AirAsia offers several direct flights from Manila to Taipei, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) , Korea, Macau and Hong Kong including flights from Cebu to Korea, Taipei and Singapore.

Find out more about #AirAsiaMidAutumn and the #MidAutumnfoodfest by following @AirAsiaFilipino on Twitter and @AirAsia on Facebook.


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