Swing dance event to be held at Museum Siam on April 30
A swing dance event will be held at Museum Siam on April 30, 2023. Dance to the rhythms of The Stumbling Swingout and Jelly Roll Dance Club while wearing contemporary Siamese costumes.
The outline of the event is as follows.
Date: April 30, 2023 18.00 - 20.30
Venue: Museum Siam
Organizer: Amazing Thailand NFTs Season 2
Register in advance to receive special gifts from Amazing Thailand NFTs Season 2.
"TOHOKU JAPAN Have fun, All Season" held by EmQuartier
TOHOKU JAPAN Have fun, All Season will be held at EmQuartier for two days from April 30, 2023 to May 1, 2023. This event is an event to promote tourism so that people who want to travel to Tohoku(Northern Province in Japan) will know the goodness of Tohoku.
The following events will be held at this event.
⭐️Akita, Fukushima, Yamagata, Miyagi, Sendai, and other 4 prefectures and 1 city booths introduce the charm of Tohoku
⭐️ A photo exhibition introducing the Tohoku region's beautiful four seasons and the workshop zone for local crafts
⭐️Ticket promotions for comfortable travel within budget at the booths of airlines JAL and ANA, JR East, and NEXCO East
⭐️ Travel agency booths such as Unithai Travel, JTB, N.S. Travel, SUPERTRIPS, Jubilee Travel will showcase a wide range of tour packages
⭐️THE TOYS, Ruj Suparuj, JAN CHAN, No Plan Trip, Backpack, Little Beam, and other artists will introduce the fun of traveling in Tohoku, Japan on stage.
⭐️ Free gifts from Tohoku during the event
Event name: “TOHOKU JAPAN Have Fun…All Seasons”
Date: April 30th to May 1st, 2023
Venue: EmQuartier, M Floor, Zone Q Stadium
Chinese automaker Changan Automobile invests 9.8 billion baht in Thai EV plant
Chinese automaker Changan Automobile Co., Ltd. will invest 9.8 billion baht (US$285 million) in its Thai facility to produce 100,000 electric vehicles (EVs) a year , according to Thailand's Board of Investment (BOI).
Changan Automobile aims to produce EVs in Thailand and sell EVs in Southeast Asia, Australia and South Africa from Thailand as a base.
In Thailand, the automotive industry accounts for about 10% of GDP and manufacturing employment, making it the country's major industry.
Other Chinese EV makers such as BYD are also investing in factories in Thailand, boosting demand for EVs among domestic consumers.
Thai Festival in Aeon Mall Makuhari Shintoshin will be held from April 28 to May 1, 2023
AEON MALL Makuhari Shintoshin will hold the "Thai Festival in AEON MALL Makuhari Shintoshin" from April 28 to May 1, 2023 in collaboration with the Royal Thai Embassy.
At this festival, you can experience the charm of Thailand in a fun way, including Thai cuisine, Thai culture, sports, tourism, and a unique Thai lifestyle.
At the festival, events will also be held on the stage as follows.
≪Stage event contents≫
Friday, April 28th
Quiz competition, Thai dance
Saturday, April 29th
Thai tourism ambassadors "Sato Brothers", quiz competition, Thai dance, Muay Thai
April 30 (Sun)
Monday, May 1
Quiz competition, Thai dance, Muay Thai
Please check the Thai Festival in Aeon Mall Makuhari Shintoshin official website for stage event times.
Basic information about the festival
Venue: Aeon Mall Makuhari Shintoshin (1-1 Toyosuna, Mihama Ward, Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture)
Admission fee: Free
Date: Friday, April 28, 2023 to Monday, May 1, 2023 10:00-20:45
(On the 28th (Friday), only the AEON COURT supermarket booth, Toyosuna Park food area, and stage event will be held from the evening. Details will be announced on the official website as soon as they are decided.)
Official website: Thai Festival in Aeon Mall Makuhari Shinto
Contact: Thai Festival 2023 in AEON MALL Makuhari Shintoshin Secretariat
Co-sponsored by: Royal Thai Embassy, AEON MALL Makuhari Shintoshin
Tourism Thailand promotes travel to Similan Islands before close
The Similan Islands in Thailand are an archipelago consisting of nine uninhabited islands located about 100 km northwest of Phuket, and are said to be the most beautiful islands in Thailand. It is also designated as a national marine park in Thailand.
The Similan Islands are closed from May to October each year due to the monsoon season and for environmental protection reasons. In 2023, it will be closed from May 16th to October 15th.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand(TAT) is promoting tourists to visit the Similan Islands before the islands are closed due to the monsoon season.
The Similan Islands are a popular tourist destination known for their beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters and spectacular coral reefs. The island features rock formations such as sail-shaped rocks, boot-shaped rocks, and rocks resembling Donald Duck's head. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and hiking with stunning ocean views.
When the Similan Islands reopen after October 15th, you will be able to enjoy the pristine natural environment, crystal clear waters and stunning marine life for five months, making it the recommended time to visit the newly reopened Similan Islands as well.