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- October,2022(part3) -
15 Oct, 2022
Thai AirAsia launches Bangkok-Bangladesh route from November 24
Low-cost airline Thai AirAsia has announced that it will launch a new Bangkok (Don Mueang)-Dhaka route from November 24, 2022.

4 flights per week. The aircraft used is an Airbus A320 (180 economy seats).

The flight schedule is as follows.
Bangkok (Don Mueang) ⇔ Dhaka (From November 24, 2022)
FD180 DMK23:00 DAC00:25(+1) Mon/Tue/Thu/Sat
FD181 DAC00:55 DMK04:20 Tue/Wed/Fri/Sun

Currently, a discount sale is being held to commemorate the launch of the new Bangkok (Don Mueang) - Dhaka route. For details and reservations, please refer to the Thai AirAsia official website.







14 Oct, 2022
Thai Cabinet Approves 'Andaman International Medical Hub Project' in Phuket
The Thai Cabinet has approved a project to build an international medical hub in Phuket on Tuesday, October 11, 2022. The budget for this project is about 5 billion baht. This budget of about 5 billion baht will be distributed over five years, with 1.29 billion baht in 2023, 1.66 billion baht in 2024, 1.49 billion baht in 2025, 498 million baht in 2026, In the fifth year, 2027, a budget of 193 million baht will be allocated.

This Andaman International Medical Hub will house a research and development facility for medical services, serving as a hospital capable of providing reliable, high-quality medical services from basic to complex medical conditions.

The hospital has 300 beds and can handle more than 12,500 complex cases and more than 300,000 outpatients annually. It is expected that this will lead to a high degree of trust in Phuket medical care not only from local residents but also from tourists. The Thai government also said the Andaman International Medical Hub could generate about 62 billion baht annually through medical tourism.

In addition, the Andaman International Medical Hub also has a training center to train approximately 110 doctors, nurses, pharmacists, medical technicians and other medical professionals, and will play a role in developing highly skilled medical personnel.

It is not uncommon for foreign tourists to be anxious about medical treatment for injuries and illnesses while traveling. With the completion of the Andaman International Medical Hub, it is hoped that travel to Phuket will become more worry-free.
13 Oct, 2022
Thai Film to be Performed at Fukuoka "Asian Film Joint 2022"
The 2nd Asian Film Joint 2022 will be held in Fukuoka from 10/21 (Fri.) to 10/29 (Sat.).

The theme of this "Asian Film Joint 2022" is "things that dwell in place." A total of 14 long and short films will be screened, including 7 films premiered in Japan and 2 films premiered in Kyushu. A talk event related to the work is also planned.

The event will also feature two Thai films on the theme of “Urban Development and Cinema”.

One is "From the Room with a Coconut View" directed by Tunlapop Saengjaroon, which will be shown for the first time in Japan. An essay film set in Bangsaen Beach in eastern Thailand.

The other is "La Scala", directed by Ananta Titanat. It is a movie that records the demolition of a long-established movie theater that has been in business for over 50 years in Bangkok.

After the screening on October 21, there will be an after-talk event by the director who will connect Thailand and Fukuoka online.

The details of "Asian Film Joint 2022" are as follows.
Date: October 21, 2022 (Friday) ~ October 29, 2022 (Saturday)
Venue: Fukuoka City Public Library Cinema Hall Cinera
Web: Official website
12 Oct, 2022
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Calls for Participants to Set Guinness World Records in Phuket
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is inviting participants for "Go Green Active", a conservation diving event in Patong Beach, Phuket.

“Go Green Active” will take place from November 18th to November 20th, 2022. On November 19, more than 1,000 scuba divers will pick up trash from the sea, aiming to set a Guinness World Record for the most divers, and TAT is calling for people who wants to participate in this event.

“Go Green Active” is in line with the “Visit Thailand Year 2022-2023: Amazing New Chapters” campaign run by TAT. The event aims not only to set a Guinness World Record, but also to raise awareness of environmental conservation and promote Thailand's new direction towards sustainable tourism.

To participate, applicants must have a PADI, NAUI, SSI, conservation diving certificate, and a minimum of 5 dives. All participants will receive a Go Green Active T-shirt, Go Green Active Medal, World Record Breaking Conservation Diving Medal and wristband.

There are four plans for the event.
◎ Whale Shark Plan
Plan includes: one dive in the world record attempt, two fun dives, two nights’ accommodation, breakfast, and airport and activities transfers
Participation fee: 7,200 baht

◎ Dolphin Plan,
Plan includes: one dive in the world record attempt and two fun dives
Participation fee: 5,200 baht

◎ Octopus plan
Includes: option includes one dive in the world record attempt, two fun dives, two nights’ accommodation, breakfast, and airport and activities transfers
Participation fee: 3,200 baht

◎ Starfish plan
Included: one dive in the world record attempt
Participation fee: 1,700 baht

Those who wish to participate need to apply for and purchase the plan of their choice from among the above four plans. Each plan includes insurance. Whale shark and octopus plans include all diving gear, while dolphin and starfish options include tanks and weight belts.

The event schedule is as follows
November 18(Friday): Registration opens for participating divers at 2pm
November 19th(Saturday):
8:30am Opening ceremony
10am-12:30pm Guinness World Record Challenge Event
1:00pm – 5:00pm Fun dives and local sightseeing events
7:00 p.m. Appreciation Party
8:00 p.m. World record presentation

For details and application, please refer to the official website of "Go Green Active".







11 Oct, 2022
Thailand Ranked 3rd in 2022 World Travel Destinations by Readers of Condé Nast Traveler
Thailand ranks 3rd in the 48 most travelable countries in the world in the readers' Choice Awards of Condé Nast Traveler magazine.

The top 48 countries in the world in 2022 ranked in are as follows.
1. Portugal
2. Japan
3. Thailand
4. Singapore
5. India
6. Greece
7. Denmark
8. United Kingdom
9. Italy
10. New Zealand
11. Spain
12. Holland
13. Ireland
14. Croatia
15. Morocco
16. Sweden
17. Sri Lanka
18. Israel
19. Turkey
20. South Africa
21. Australia
22. Iceland
23. Peru
24. Columbia
25. Finlan
26. Poland
27. Malaysia
28. United Arab Emirates
29. Chile
30. Philippines
31. Costa Rica
32. Belize
33. Germany
34. Malta
35. Indonesia
36. Mexico
37. France
38. Argentina
39. Switzerland
40. Canada
41. Austria
42. Cambodia
43. China
44. Jordan
45. America
46. ​​Kenya
47. Brazil
48. Cuba

While most of the 48 countries in the ranking are dominated by European countries, Thailand was ranked 3rd and Singapore was ranked 4th from Southeast Asia.

Condé Nast Traveler magazine has also published readers' rankings of the 'Best Travel Destinations in the World' and Bangkok ranked 4th.

The top 10 of the world's top cities in 2022 ranked in are as follows.
1. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
2. Singapore
3. Victoria, Canada
4. Bangkok, Thailand
5. San Sebastian, Spain
6. Tokyo, Japan
7. Merida, Mexico
8. Quebec City, Canada
9. Cape Town, South Africa
10. Mumbai, India

Thailand lifted all entry restrictions on October 1, 2022. The entry conditions are the same as before the pandemic. In addition, the period of stay for foreign tourists from countries where they could stay for 30 days without a visa was extended to 45 days. The Thai government is strongly supporting the revival of Thailand's tourism industry, which has been damaged by the pandemic.

Let's travel to Thailand, which is ranked 3rd in the world's travel destination country, and Bangkok, which is ranked 4th in the world's travel destination city!
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