Thai Trade Center Manila Brings Mini Thailand Week 2020 This March
Experience Thailand’s culture and trade industry at Mini Thailand Week 2020 happening on March 5 to 8, 2020 at SMX Convention Center Manila, Pasay City.
Organized by the Department of International Trade Promotion and the Ministry of Commerce in Thailand by Thai Trade Center in Manila, the event centers on the theme “Discover Excellence, Trade with Thailand.”
Other than being known as the Land of a Thousand Smiles, Thailand truly has a rich culture and history evident in their clothing, food, values, and traditions. This makes Thailand as one of the most sought after countries to visit in Southeast Asia.
Following the success of last year’s Mini Thailand Week, Thai Trade Center Manila sets to give more at this year’s event with new activities like cooking demonstrations and Thai traditional dances performances. More so, the event will showcase 100 Thailand and Philippine companies featuring their products and services from home decors, beauty and health products as well as handicrafts.
For Thai food enthusiasts, authentic Thai food products and beverages will also be available at the event.
Authentic Thai delicacies
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At the same time, trade buyers and businessmen who are interested in bringing in and distributing Thai products in the country are very much welcome at the event.
Perhaps the cherry on top of Mini Thailand Week 2020 is the chance to meet and greet with BL (BoyLove) Thai actor Mew Suppasit on March 7!
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Join in the fun and get a glimpse of the Land of a Thousand Smiles in this year’s Mini Thailand Week at the SMX Convention Center Manila. Admission is free!
For more information, visit Thai Trade Center Manila’s Facebook page. You may also call them at 02-8894-0406.
What: Mini Thailand Week 2020
Where: Hall 4, SMX Convention Center Manila, Pasay City
When: March 5 to 8, 2020, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Source: Thai Trade Center Manila
Image grabbed from Thai Trade Center Manila’s Facebook Page