Over three days and two nights, attendees will have the chance to learn how to surf with professional surfers from Australia and Bali; take part in all day beach fun, including art, contests, shopping, games, health and beauty activities; and take to the water on fly-boards and jet-skis.
They will also enjoy a yacht trip out on the Andaman Sea; take part in the sunset opening ceremony at Sri Panwa; join the two night exclusive party at Sri Panwa with local DJs Pichy, Cleo-P and the CMYK crew; and for one night only, party with famous French soul and funk DJ and producer Onra.
If you want to be a Rip Curl surfer, you’ll need to do one of the following: Receive an invite from Rip Curl and Cheeze magazine; be the winner of Rip Curl games at facebook/ripcurlthailand; or buy a ticket for B900 on Saturday September 7 at Kata beach to get a full day surf lesson, access to all activities and an invite to the closing party ceremony. Be there or be square!
Girls Go Surfing Day is the world's largest event-based surfing programme, and has been organised by Rip Curl Australia for over 20 years. Rip Curl Thailand hosted it for the first time in 2012.
This year’s event is expected to attract girls from across Asia, including Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore. For more information, visit facebook.com/ripcurlthailand