... (TYCA) at the National Olympic Memorial Youth Center. There were youth from 5 ASEAN countries, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand and Japan presenting the Final Presentation on the topic of Creative Vision of Asia in 2040, according ... ... Thailand.
In addition, the Toshiba Youth Club Asia (TYCA) is a project under the Toshiba International Foundation, which has held activities for 6 years with the objective of attracting young people in ASEAN countries to be interested in Japan. Besides, building ...
... representatives from 10 countries attended this meeting in order to continue to enhance the role and raise awareness of ASEAN in Japan.
On 27 December 2016, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag presided over the 278th Meeting of the ASEAN Committee in Tokyo (ACT) at the Royal Thai Embassy. The Ambassadors of ASEAN and representatives from 10 countries attended this meeting in order to continue to enhance the role and raise awareness of ASEAN in Japan. This meeting was Thailand's last chairmanship and Singapore will assume the chairmanship for the next series of meetings to be held from January - June 2017. After the meeting, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn hosted a luncheon to farewell H.E. Ambassador Muhamud Ahmad, Ambassador of Brunei Darussalam to Japan,...
... Iwasaki also had a wish to attract more tourists from Thailand to Kagoshima prefecture and established relations with Thailand in term of human resource development.
On 3 September 2014, Amb. Thanatip visited Sakamoto Kurozu Co., Ltd., the original manufacturer of Japan’s Black Vinegar, who showed its interest in exporting and selling its Black Vinegar in Thailand, the same way as it is currently selling in Singapore.
On 30 November 2013, diplomats and staff from the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo joined the ASEAN Committee in Tokyo (ACT) Golf Tournament 2013 at Ohmurasaki Golf Club, hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Singapore. The tournament was held to boost friendship between ASEAN embassies in Japan.
The Royal Thai Embassy received Team Championship this year. Ambassador Thanatip Upatising won Ambassador’s Second Runner-up and Mr. Wuttikierti Srithong, First ...
... Cabinet Office paid a courtesy call on Ambassador Thanatip Upatising and urged support and cooperation from the Embassy on the 40
Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program (SSEAYP), which will be held from 29 October to 16 December 2013. After various activities in Japan, the ship will set sail to Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines before coming back to Japan.
The Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program was launched as the joint cooperation between Japan and ASEAN countries in 1974 and since then has been carried out annually. This year marks the 40th ...
... with northern, northeast and central Thailand while a southern route allows direct rail travel from Bangkok to Malaysia and Singapore. Despite the rapid growth of inter-provincial buses, train travel is still popular with a large segment of the population.... ... professed faith of 95 per cent of the population. There is total religious freedom and all major religions can be found in practice.
Thailand is governed by a constitutional monarchy with His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej as Head of State....
... Royal Thai Embassy won the Women’s Individual Champion. 10 ASEAN Embassies’ bowling teams from Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Brunei, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam together with the honourable bowing team from ... ... Runner-up TeamLao PDR2nd Runner-up TeamMalaysia / The Philippines
On 25 July 2009, Royal Thai Embassy hosted the Annual ACT (ASEAN Committee in Tokyo) Bowling Tournament