The Terrace Thai Restaurant

at 3/128 Lae Drive, Runaway Bay, Gold Coast, 4216

The Terrace Thai Restaurant
3/128 Lae Drive, Runaway Bay
Gold Coast , QLD 4216
Contact Phone
P: 07 5529 2666

How To Get to The Terrace Thai Restaurant

Buses availables from all areas dropping you outside of restaurant

Opening time

  • Mondays: 11:00- 22:00
  • Tuesdays: 11:00- 22:00
  • Wednesdays: 11:00- 22:00
  • Thursdays: 11:00- 22:00
  • Fridays: 11:00- 22:00
  • Saturdays: 11:00- 22:00
  • Sundays: 11:00- 22:00


Services The Terrace Thai Restaurant provides
The Terrace Thai Restaurant specialties

Company Rating

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Wet weather ? No worries !! Our prompt delivery service will delivery to your front door !!

Published on 2014-08-16 02:12:30 GMT

Hi guys We still take booking for mother's day lunch and dinner !! Regards The terrace thai

Published on 2014-05-10 06:50:17 GMT

Dear Valued Customer We are open on Good Friday and throughout Easter weekend. Regards The Terrace Thai Family

Published on 2014-04-14 10:36:01 GMT

Happy Thai New Year everyone !! The Songkran festival (Thai: สงกรานต์, pronounced [sǒŋ.krāːn], listen; from the Sanskrit word saṃkrānti,[1] or literally "astrological passage") is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year's Day from 13 to 15 April. It coincides with the New Year of many calendars of South and Southeast Asia. The date of the festival was originally set by astrological calculation, but it is now fixed. If these days fall on a weekend, the missed days off are taken on the weekdays immediately following. Songkran falls in the hottest time of the year in Thailand, at the end of the dry season. Until 1888 the Thai New Year was the beginning of the year in Thailand; thereafter 1 April was used until 1940. 1 January is now the beginning of the year. The traditional Thai New Year has been a national holiday since then. New Year (Songkran) Celebrations in Pattaya (2013) Songkran has traditionally been celebrated as the New Year for many centuries, and is believed to have been adapted from the Sankranti Hindu festival. It is now observed nationwide, even in the far south. However, the most famous Songkran celebrations are still in the northern city of Chiang Mai, where it continues for six days and even longer. It has also become a party for foreigners and an additional reason for many to visit Thailand for immersion in another culture.

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