4. The immigration officers have the power to deny the entry of Non-Thai nationals who have been tested positive for COVID-19, or under the suspicion of being infected or who refused to undergo such test.
5. From now to 31 March 2020 midnight, Thailand local time, the exemption is given to Non-Thai passengers transiting through Thailand to a third country with the transit time of no more than 24 hours. Such transit passengers are required to present Fit to Fly health Certificate upon check in at the airport ...
This time will bring pain and hardships for all of us and this crisis will test our unity and resilience. But now is also the time to bring out the best in each other, through our courage, our kindness to one another, and the sacrifices that we have to ... ... the kindness and unity of the Thai people.
As Prime Minister, I pledge to you all that I will do everything I can so that Thailand can overcome this crisis. The safety and well-being of the Thai people are the most important.
Therefore, I ask all ...
..., on the same occasion.
On 18 March 2020 Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun gave an interview to RBA Times on his student time in Japan, his life experience since the beginning of his diplomat career and his perspectives on the close relations between Thailand and Japan. He also welcomed Mr. NOBOHIRO Kume, President of RBA International, on the same occasion.
RBA Times is a unit under RBA International, which is a non-profit organization (NPO) that conducts youth development activities in various fields, including international cooperation to strengthen friendly relations with other countries, such as Thailand....
... 1% Club Foundation 30th Anniversary Project” last November. They also discussed ways to exchange cooperation between Thailand and AEON Co., Ltd. in the future. Talking this opportunity Ambassador expressed his gratitude to AEON Co., Ltd. their long time investment in Thailand, especially their kind support in promoting career development for Thai people.
... Fukushima. Recently, many countries have removed the restrictions on the imported agricultural and fishery products from Fukushima prefecture. The Ambassador mentioned that during the disaster at Fukushima, he was at the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo. At that time, Thai people were very worried about Japan. Therefore, A lot of people donated money and equipment through the Royal Thai Embassy. When Thailand suffered flooding in the same year, Japan received a lot of help from the government and Japanese people as well. It is considered that the two countries are true friends to each other. Thailand has always supported the economic revitalization ...
... festivals like Kanto festival (Lamp) and Omagari (Firework), as well as famous Akita Dog, while Akita people like Thai food, culture and hospitality.
By the way, Thai Airways International Co., Ltd. will operate the Bangkok – Sendai direct flight , 3 times a week from 29 October 2019 which facilitate the tourists to travel from the northeastern region (including Akita) to travel to Thailand more convenient.
... of sporty style of contemporary clothes using Thai fabric, in which Mr. Prapakas, the representative of young designers from Thailand participated as a stylist, and Miss Yuumi Kato, Miss Japan Universe 2018 walked the ramp as the showstopper.
In relation ... ... as well as a Thai food reception to entertain our Japanese guests through the special evening.
Fashion Show Clip by the Japan Times
Fashion Show Clip
... Bansarn Bunnag, the Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, together with the officials of the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo, attended the JTA Evening Cool Party at the Mitsui Sumitomo Gofukubashi Club, Tokyo, which is an annual party for the member of the Japan-Thailand Association and this year was the 15th time. The objective is to create opportunities for the officials and staff of the Embassy to meet JTA members who are the Japanese that related or interested in Thailand in various fields.
On 11 July 2019, H.E. Mr. Bansarn Bunnag, the Ambassador of ...
... Economics Friendship, together with Mrs. Kazuko Kohri, Mayor of Sendai City.
The work plan of the association, which also organized the Thai Festival in Sendai in every year, was reported to the Ambassador and Mayor. The Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand Office and the Thai Airways Regional Director also attended the ceremony. By the way, the Thai Airways will launch direct flight from Sendai to Bangkok, 3 times a week, starting on 30 October 2019. On the evening, the Ambassador met with the students in Sendai City and asked about their lives in Sendai also gave advice about living in Japan, and how to handle in case of natural disaster.
... participated in trophy ceremony of Japan-Thailand Relations Sumo competition of May 2019,
On 26 May 2019, Group Captain Tanasak Boonthanom, Defence and Air Attache, as a representative of Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag participated in trophy ceremony of Japan-Thailand Relations Sumo competition of May 2019, which was the first time since the new Reiwa era. On the last day of the competition, the trophy was awarded to Asanoyama, the winner of this competition.