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Ambassador gave a lecture on Thailand-Japan cooperation in the post-COVID-19 via a webinar organized by the ASEAN-Japan Centre

... was livestreamed from the Royal Thai Embassy where Mr. FUJITA Masataka, Secretary-General of the AJC, was also present to deliver his opening remarks. During the lecture, H.E. Ambassador Singtong provided latest information on investment, trade and tourism in Thailand with a focus on Thailand-Japan cooperation in the post-COVID-19. H.E. Ambassador Singtong reiterated that the bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries would grow from strength to strength into the future, despite challenges posted by the pandemic. The webinar was attended by more than 250 audience....

Ambassador Singtong participates in the opening of the Thai Festival Saga 2020.

... Thailand. Now, with certain prevention measures, Japanese tourists can travel to Thailand. After Thailand was able to contain the COVID-19 situation, the Royal Thai Embassy has facilitated about 4,000 Japanese to enter to Thailand. The Thai Festival in Saga once again helps raise awareness on Thailand for the people of Saga in all dimensions, be they Thai food, tourism, and Thai cultures. Mr. Attakarn Wongchanamas, Consul-General of Thailand to Fukuoka, and his team, also opens a mobile ...

The Royal Thai Embassy hosts the Thai Drama Festival in Japan 2021 (3-4 April 2021)

... garland or Phuang Malai, a live music performance and Thai fruit and vegetable mascots from the Office of Commercial Affairs. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), Tokyo Office, also opened a booth to promote tourist destinations in Thailand. On 4 April,... ... opportunity to interact with famous Thai actors directly, while traveling between Thailand and Japan is still restricted under the COVID-19 pandemic. The three participating entertainment companies in the event include Channel 3 Thailand, Nadao Bangkok, and GMMTV,...

Thai Ambassador joined Tourism Expo Japan 2020 in Okinawa

... included travel agencies and representatives from the Japanese government, etc.   The Forum focused on how to overcome the COVID-19 crisis by building the foundation for future resilient and sustainable tourism growth. All panelists agreed that the post COVID-19 tourism industry should be a new normal of sustainable tourism.  Ambassador Singtong, the only Ambassador from Asia-Pacific region, shared examples of measures reflecting the Thai Government’s efforts to revive its economy through tourism sector....

JATA interviewed the Ambassador for the JATA International Newsletter January’s Edition

... January 2021, Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun had an interview with Mr. Hiroshi SAWABE, Executive Director, and Ms. MATSUOKA Maya, Manager, Office of International Tourism, Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA) regarding the future of Thailand’s tourism industry. Ambassador Singtong also shared with JATA about the process that Thailand has been going through in order to begin accepting Japanese visitors during the COVID-19 pandemic and his view on the Post COVID-19 situation. The interview will be published in the JATA International Newsletter January’s Edition.  Please click here for JATA International Newsletter January’s Edition

Mie Governor pays a courtesy call on the Ambassador.

... and expressed his readiness to support the private sector from Mie Prefecture to invest more in Thailand. He also hoped that both countries would be able to resume exchange of people and further strengthen bilateral relations in trade, investment and tourism when the COVID-19 situation resolves.

Governor of Saga hosts a dinner in honour of Ambassador of Thailand

... support for organising the Thai Festival in Saga, despite the COVID-19 situation in Japan. He strongly hoped that after the COVID-19 situation is well under control, the exchanges between the two sides will become even stronger. The people-to-people contacts between Thailand and Saga has picked up impressively. Apart from tourism, the Thai Festival Saga has been organised annually by Saga Prefecture for three consecutive years. Saga prefecture is ...

เอกอัครราชทูต ณ กรุงโตเกียว เข้าร่วมงาน Tourism Expo Japan 2020 ณ จังหวัดโอกินาวะ

... ในการเสวนาของ International Tourism Forum in Collaboration with UNWTO ซึ่งจัดขึ้นภายใต้งาน Tourism Expo Japan ณ จังหวัดโอกินาวะ โดยมีภาคส่วนต่าง ๆ ที่เกี่ยวข้องกับอุตสาหกรรมการท่องเที่ยวเข้าร่วมฟังการเสวนากันอย่างหนาตา ... ... เนื่องจากการท่องเที่ยวเป็นสาขาอุตสาหกรรมที่ได้รับผลกระทบอย่างหนักจากการแพร่ระบาดของเชื้อไวรัส COVID-19 ผู้ร่วมอภิปรายล้วนเห็นพ้องกันว่าการฟื้นฟูการท่องเที่ยวภายหลังจากการแพร่ระบาดของ ...

Tourist Visa Exemption

... Passport holders of the countries listed below  are not required to obtain a visa  when entering Thailand for the purpose of tourism and will be permitted to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding 30 days  starting from 1 October 2021. 2. Foreigners ... ... Darussalam, Indonesia and Singapore who may enter Thailand through such checkpoints more than twice in a calendar year. 5. Due to the Covid-19 situation, holders of Diplomatic or Official passport kindly contact Visa Section (090-2529-7787) before entering to Thailand....

The 5th Thailand – Japan High Level Joint Commission (HLJC)

..., State Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, H.E. Mr. WATANABE Takeyuki, Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, on the Japanese side. Senior representatives from the concerned Thai and Japanese agencies also attended the Meeting.... ... healthcare, the Thai side expressed appreciation to the Japanese side for the goodwill in providing assistance to help alleviate the COVID-19 situation in Thailand, including the provision of 1,053,090 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines and other forms of assistance, and ...
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