The Turkey Embassy in Ghana and Kempinski Hotel from July 1st to 7th will present a week long activity to awaken the senses of patrons of the upcoming Turkish Culture and Cuisine Week with Turkish cuisine, arts and culture.
Turkish Ambassador to Ghana H.E. Nesrin Bayazit speaking to the press disclosed;
“This is to present Turkish cuisine and art to the Ghanaian public. Three Turkish artistes will also be flying into Ghana courtesy Turkish Airlines to perform some Turkish music and the art of carpet weaving and marbling art will be displayed. We will also be flying in artists to teach calligraphy inspired by Arabic writing. We will also give Ghanaians a taste of Turkey with our variety of cuisines. Turkey is on par with Italian, Chinese and French cuisine I can say but in Ghana it’s not so much known. So this is an opportunity for everyone to come experience what I term as the Taste of Turkey.”
Patrons of the event will enjoy the diversity and culture of Turkey as they experience traditional music, marbling, calligraphy and carpet weaving from experts all the way from Turkey.
Manager of Kempinski Hotel, Mr. Manish Nambiar added;
“I urge everyone to come and experience this because at Kempinski Hotel, our aim is not only to unite European luxury with African hospitality but to give Ghanaians experiences worth remembering and that includes the Turkish lifestyle and culture. I look forward to welcoming everyone here.”
The cultural and cuisine week will begin on 30th June to 8th July from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm daily at the Cedar Gardens of the Kempinski Hotel.
The event is sponsored by Turkish Airlines, Karpowership Ghana, AKSA Enerji and ARDA Grup.