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Songkran gets traditional at Iconsiam

Published April 15, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Songkran gets traditional at Iconsiam

event April 12, 2019 01:00

By The Nation

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Perched on the Chao Phrya River, Iconsiam shopping mall debuted its “Iconic Songkran Festival 2019” inviting the public to enjoy the celebration of Thai New Year in traditional style.

Scheduled to run through Monday, the festival features cultural performances, a parade of Songkran Goddesses from four periods of Thai history, bathing the Buddha images to obtain their blessing, sand pagoda making, and water splashing by the Chao Phraya River. Ann Thongprasom, Thailand’s top actress, lights up the event in her role as the beautiful Songkran Goddess or Tungsa Dhevi.

Among the major parties involved are Tourism Authority of Thailand, the Culture Ministry’s Department of Cultural Promotion, Bangkok Metropolitan Cultural Council, Kasikorn Bank, Sooksiam, and the Association of Chao Phraya Commerce on Charoen Nakorn Road.

Yesterday saw the “Songkran Niramit Procession” portraying Thai court culture in four eras while today (April 12) is the “Roong Aroon Boon Songkran Procession” depicting cultural performances of the Sukhothai period with actress Natapohn “Taew” Tameeruks in traditional Thai silk costumes with gold accessories and rubies.

Tomorrow, April 13, features Procession of Thai’s Court Sri Prasarn Athigamas of the Ayudhya period. Depicting the cultural richness in this period is Woranuch “Nune” Bhirombhakdi, who will wearing a traditional red costume with gold accessories and red gemstones.

Sunday will see the “Procession of Fuen Jit Ras Ruenrerng” of the Thonburi period led by Chalida “Mint” Vijitvongthong. And April 15 will be “Siam Bun Therng Sook Jai Procession” of the Rattanakosin period by led by Patcharawan “On” Hutaseranee, Miss Thailand runner up 2014.

The festival will also feature a concert by Nont Tanont and Da Endorphine plus water splashing with along the Chao Phraya River.

Experience the spirit of Thai with Buddha Bathing Ceremony where devout Buddhists pour scented water on Buddha images for New Year blessings. Four highly worshipped Buddha images of each Thai era will be presented – Shinnasri Buddha from the Sukhothai period, Nimit Vichitmarn Molee Sri Sanpetch Borom Tri Lok Nart Buddha representing the Ayudhya period, Buddham Viseth Sasada Buddha from Thonburi Dynasty and Siam Dheva Thirat Buddha of the Rattanakosin period.

Also on display will be the Songkran Exhibition, depicting the festival’s history and tradition, cultural performances like Viva Songkran Dance, Silk Reeling Dance, traditional drumming and traditional Isaan dancing or Vichanee Serng Tung Wai. Visitors can also take part in free workshops including making scented fans and scented water, Thai-pattern fabric painting and the art of fruit and vegetable carving, plus dressing in Thai traditional costumes for photo opportunities, all free of charge.

In collaboration with Thai Beverage, Sooksiam will host “Yoo Yen Pen Sook” where the stories along the majestic river are connected and intertwined. Seven activities that embrace the typical Thai happiness or “sook” also await. “Sook Som Wang” will allow people to bathe the Buddha images from four regions of the country. “Sook Sueb Sarn and Sook Sampan” offer an opportunity to pour water on the hands of elderly residents from Ban Bang Khae while “Sook Sanook” has a Ferris wheel, egg pond game, and sand pagoda making. “Sook Saneh” will be a Songkran beauty pageant contest in the Sook Siam City and “Sook Saeb” offers Thai cuisine from different regions. “Sook Sang Sun” will indulge shoppers with Thai hand-craft products.

Among the VIPs attended the opening event, all of them dressed in traditional Thai silk costumes, were ML Somrada Jumbala, ML Avita Yugala, Nakwan Rayananont, Sarunpak Phenjati, Tharawadee Snidwong na Ayudhya, Lisa Jira, Thida Jira, Panita Sornthaitheva, Jarospan Svasti Na Ayudhya, Wimonrat Jongrattana Metheekul, Praewpreya Jumsai na Ayudhya, Jirapa Laksanawisit, Supamas Laksanawisit, Pattamawadee Senanarong and Supinda Wangsupkana.


Swimming with the penguins

Published April 15, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Swimming with the penguins

event April 12, 2019 01:00

By The Nation

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Escape the heat and head to an icy playground at Sea Life Bangkok as the aquarium introduces its latest adventure at its new penguin zone on the “Penguin Ice Playground Challenge” concept.

You’ll experience immersive and interactive experiences that will teach you all about these extraordinary birds. You can also enjoy the all-new “SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D” movie and the addition to the aquarium’s signature Instagram spots called “New Shark Mission”.

Noppadon Prapimpunt, head of Merlin Entertainments (Thailand) and a Sea Life Bangkok executive, said: “We are always searching for new things to encourage as many edutainment experiences for visitors as possible. And what better time for a string of new activities and campaigns than a school break and the Songkran holidays? This year, we are not only launching a new summer campaign, we are also unveiling three all-new highlights. These are the well-rounded expansion of our famous Gentoo penguin’s empire, a top quality 4D movie theatre, and the introduction of the new Instagram spot of the aquarium – where visitors can snap and share their own moments with us.”

The “Penguin Ice Playground Challenge” zone is the result of the expansion of the original Gentoo Penguin zone and is designed to encourage visitors to learn and experience the penguins’ ways of life. The arctic journey begins with “Danger on Ice” – a recreation of ice flooring using floor projecting technology to recreate what a penguin has to deal with on a daily basis, such as hunters like killer whales and seals. A Snow Globe creates the arctic ambience so that it will be the coldest summer for visitors, who can compete with friends (maximum of 4 people) in seeing who can catch the most fish in the interactive Forage For Food. Test your speed based on penguin’s rulebooks by joining “The Great Penguin Swim Race” to compete with friends (again a maximum of 4 people) and see who will be the fastest swimmer. Players will be judged and categorised based on speed limits of different kinds of penguin. Pumping the speed controller to imitate and gauge penguin’s swimming speed, players with the slowest pace will earn the Scuba Diver level; the normal speed level of 6 kph will earn players the speed level of the Little Fairy Penguin; hitching up the speed level to 15 kph earns players the speed of an African Penguin; while a speed of over 15 kph means players are the match of the one-and-only Gentoo – the world’s fastest penguin.

Located on the ground floor of Siam Paragon. “SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D” first screening time is 10.30am with show times every half hour. Movie tickets (aquarium entrance fee not included) cost Bt350.

The combo package of the Aquarium entrance fee, guidebook, and 4D movie costs Bt1,290 for adults (down from Bt1,690), and Bt1090 for kids three to 11 years old.

Find out more at http://www.SeaLifeBangkok.com or call (02) 687 2000.

Where stars come from

Published April 15, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Where stars come from

event April 10, 2019 18:31

By Kupluthai Pungkanon
The Nation

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Roong Aroon School’s annual student recital is too good to be called ‘tiny talent time’

Bangkok’s Roong Aroon School clearly has too much talent among its young students to contain within its own walls. The recent semester-ending charity concert “More Than Music” had to be held at the Thailand Cultural Centre.

And the large and enthusiastic audience got a full reckoning of the high-quality talent built through the school’s music, dance and theatre programmes, which rely on a “Learning by Doing” principle. Getting the kids out in front of a real audience in a professional-quality venue was fundamental to that concept.

More than 1,000 students from kindergarten to high-school age performed, backed by the RA Pop Orchestra and an ensemble of traditional Thai instruments.

Music teacher Pititham Thamsri conducted the orchestra through an impressively diverse repertoire of classics such as “The Tale from Sai-Yok”, which His Royal Highness Prince Narisara Nuvattiwongse composed in 1888 in tribute to the natural beauty of Sai-Yok Waterfall in Kanchanaburi. Colonel Prateep Suphanroj rearranged the harmonics for the orchestra.

The orchestra ably accompanied the youngest of the students, whose own enthusiasm the school encourages by giving them songs that are just plain fun to sing.

Pupils from kindergarten to Grade 3 gave a rousing rendition of “Kong Kwan Jak Thammachart” (“The Gift from Nature”), which captures all the fun of growing their own plants and cooking their own meals. While this and five other tunes with meaningful lyrics were sung, dancers just as youthful swirled around.

“The Papaya’s Story” might have been a little too complicated in its arrangement for primary-school children. It put the chorus and dancers through three segments – “Shake the Papaya Down”, “Somtum Poem” and “Somtam” – all composed by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Siridhorn.

But the students were involved in mounting the presentation right from the outset and even including the choreography.

Likewise, the second- and third-year students fully participated in the “Thai Traditional Song” segment, playing both traditional Thai and modern instruments.

The highlight here was “Burma Klong Yao”, with lyrics by National Artist Naowarat Pongpaiboon, a revered poet who as a guest of honour presented his poem “Butterfly”, accompanied on flute by fellow National Artist Thanis Sriklindee.

Students from years four to six put on quite a spectacle with “Cheevit Sam Pan”, which told the story of Bangkok residents sharing and cooperating and taking care of the environment.

The Roong Aroon Traditional Thai Music Ensemble then took a tour of Thai literature in “Maneepanya”, featuring the witty commentary of celebrated comedians Jim and Muay Chuanchuen.

The high-school contingent closed the show with the band Wonder Quarter performing a mini-concert and others staging the short drama “Amado: The Beloved One”.

Prempridi Harntanong, who’s in charge of the school’s high-schoolers, explained that the show’s title, “More than Music”, referred to being able to put your trust and belief in someone who can thrive naturally on his or her abilities and ideas. “It’s like walking together holding hands,” Prempridi said.

Teacher Komen Aorchaipom, director of the primary school, said the title expressed the happiness that arises when you develop your abilities in unity with others. “The kids don’t have to be the best performers – just be happy.”

And teacher Raewadee Dungsrikaew, director of the kindergarten, said that having every flower in a vase the same colour, it’s beautiful, but blends of pink, yellow, green and other hues would better reflect the nature of the annual concerts. “It’s beautiful music!” she said.

Special thanks to all volunteer photographers.

Lion Corp (Thailand) marks 50 years of success

Published April 4, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Lion Corp (Thailand) marks 50 years of success

event April 03, 2019 01:00


Lion Corp (Thailand) recently celebrated its 50th anniversary with an event called “From 50 to 100 Years with Sustainability & Happiness”, honouring its business partners across Asia.

President Boonyarith Mahamontri welcomed honoured attendees to the Lion Thailand factory in the Saha Industrial Park in Chon Buri.


On hand were Boonsithi Chokwatana, chairman of Saha Group and founder of Lion Thailand, Dr Itsuo Hama, chairman of Lion Corp (Japan), Sadayoshi Fujishige, chairman of the board at Lion (Japan) and former health minister Dr Mongkol Na Songkhla.

Boonsithi congratulated Lion Thailand on its success in business and looked forward to the journey towards its centennial.


He expressed his hope that Lion Thailand will thrive in a rapidly changing world thanks to lessons learned from past experiences, and continue growing as a leading manufacturer of consumer products.


He affirmed the firm’s core value of integrity. He said Lion (Thailand) had never wavered on its promises of friendship, partnership and strong business alliance, which enabled it to overcome crises in the past.


Team LCT50 – 50 staff members from different departments – put on a show of unity with the rap song “Destiny of Life”.

The event ended with the tour of the Humanised Hall in which Lion Thailand records its history and offers an opportunity to learn about its business-with-integrity concept.

With this core value, Lion Thailand marks its determination to “Build goodness in society and bring good health to consumer”.

Art for and by the visually impaired

Published March 21, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Art for and by the visually impaired

event March 18, 2019 13:00

By The Nation

Klongdinsor Company has joined up with UOB (Thai) to organise the third series of UOB “Please Touch” workshops to give more than 600 visually impaired children and adults a chance to experience artworks.

This year, the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) has joined as a partner and is providing the venue and promotional support, while participants are able to donate their finished artworks to foundations in need of support.

For example, painted aprons made from hand-woven cotton were given to visually impaired children attending cooking workshops, head-dresses created with Sashiko Art were given to cancer patients, hair clips made from paper quilling were given to underprivileged children at orphanages while macrame dog collars were donated to the dogs at the Home for Animals.

“Giving back to the communities where we live and work is fundamental to UOB’s business philosophy. We are committed to helping to build inclusive communities through art, children and education. These causes are important to us as we strongly believe they are essential to the progress of Thailand, its economy and people,” said Sanchai Apisaksirikul, managing director and country head of finance and corporate services at UOB (Thai).

“We see that art plays a vital role in society and believe that art appreciation should be accessible to all. We show our support for art in many ways and the UOB ‘Please Touch’ programme is one of them. With the support of our partners, we organise practical and hands-on workshop sessions to inspire the imagination of the visually impaired. UOB volunteers are on hand to help participants by holding scissors, tying knots or passing them equipment to help ensure they can produce wonderful artworks without difficulty.”

Associate Prof Tuksina Pipitkul, the key instructor and an expert in art for people with visual impairments, designed the workshop. “Like all of us, people with visual impairments have artistic potential and are capable of doing many things. These workshops have proved that visual disability is not an obstacle to art creation, but opportunities and access are.”

The UOB Please Touch programme aims to inspire people with visual impairments to know no boundaries, to generate a potential source of income as an artist and to share their works of art with others.

Art lecturer Jerdsilp Sukhuminda at the Bangkok School for the Blind said: “If you understand art, you will understand people and the society. This is a class that cannot be taught in schools. Art has no boundaries and fixed forms unlike humans who often frame themselves and their life. Thinking outside the box is not always wrong. As a result, people have a wider perspective and become better human beings.”

Supansa “Nong Fern” Wannakot, 14, said: “I enjoy the workshops and would like to attend such activities more often. I also like creating artworks because drawing or painting helps me reduce stress. It’s fun participating in the workshop and I can also adapt it to my daily life.”

In celebration of Lithuanian independence

Published March 14, 2019 by SoClaimon

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In celebration of Lithuanian independence

event March 13, 2019 01:00


Nualphan Lamsam, honorary consul of the Republic of Lithuania in Bangkok, recently marked the 29th anniversary of its independence from the USSR and the 101st anniversary of its founding after the first World War with an event at The Athenee Hotel’s Grand Hall.

The event recalled the united fight for freedom and the joy of living once again in an independent democratic republic through paintings created by children and photographs of the Baltic country’s tourist attractions and landmarks.


Guests included ambassadors and other diplomats from various countries, representatives of the Thai government, travel companies, importers and exporters and Thai investors in Lithuania.


Nualphan shared the history of the Republic of Lithuania with guests and waxed lyrical about the scenery while Ina Marciulionyte, Lithuania’s ambassador to China, Thailand, Myanmar, South Korea, Mongolia and Vietnam who is based in Beijing shared information about its tourist attractions, landmarks, economy, art and culture.

Portrait of the brave men in the Free Thai movement launched

Published March 14, 2019 by SoClaimon

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  • The books are available at at River Books shop in Chakrabongse Palace near Museum Siam and at Asia Books. Nation/Prasert Thepsri
  • Panida Palakvangasa Na Ayudhaya posts with portraits of her father Major Gen Chakrachai Supangkasen. Nation/Prasert Thepsri
  • Discussion on “The Secret Mission in the Battlefield: Looking back and forward for answers on the Thai army and politics” by Gen Ekachai Seivilas, Gen Charan Kullavanijava, and law scholar Sukhum Nuansakul.
  • Panida Palakvangasa Na Ayudhaya and her VIP guests. Nation/Prasert Thepsri
  • Panida Palakvangasa Na Ayudhaya, centre, River Books manager Paisarn Piammettawat, second left and their VIP guests. Nation/Prasert Thepsri

Portrait of the brave men in the Free Thai movement launched

event March 11, 2019 19:19

By The Nation

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River Books recently introduced its latest publication, “The Secret Mission in the Battlefield: The New Discovery of Historical Thai Army and Political Documents”, in a special event at Chakrabongse Palace.

Panida Palakvangasa Na Ayudhaya spent five years compiling this book from the notes of her father, Major Gen Chakrachai Supangkasen, a key member of the Free Thai Movement.

The book reveals unveils the underground resistance mission against Imperial Japan during World War II. Known as “Seri Thai”, the Free Thai Movement was an important source of military intelligence for the Allies in the region. The coffee-table book features Major Gen Jakchai’s notes about the Free Thai Movement’s “mission impossible” and is illustrated with rare black-and-white photographs of the men as they undertook their duties as well as an archived newspaper recording the mission.

The book is priced at Bt1,295 and available at River Books shop in Chakrabongse Palace near Museum Siam and at Asia Books.

TCEB eyes robotics and automation

Published March 11, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Nichapa Yoswee and Dr Djitt Laowattana announce TCEB’s business plan to strengthen the automation and robotics sectors under Thai Government’s 4.0 initiative.
Nichapa Yoswee and Dr Djitt Laowattana announce TCEB’s business plan to strengthen the automation and robotics sectors under Thai Government’s 4.0 initiative.

TCEB eyes robotics and automation

event March 11, 2019 12:10

By The Nation

The industrial sector will be greater enhanced by the country’s ability to win lucrative advanced automation system and robotics technology trade events, according to a statement released by the Thai Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB).

Dr Djitt Laowattana, the founder of the Institute of Field Robotics at King Mongkut’s University of Technology who is also on the committee of the Robotics Cluster and Executive Advisor, Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), endorses the trade show as a tool and a platform to drive the utilisation of automation system and robotics technology in the manufacturing industry.

“Trade shows are a primary platform to increase the competitiveness of the Thai industrial sector. The introduction of technological innovations in manufacturing process will result in widespread utilisation of automation systems and robotics technology,” he said.

TCEB’s Nichapa Yoswee and Dr Djitt chaired the recent press conference where they announced the business plan to strengthen the automation and robotics sectors under Thai Government’s 4.0 initiative.

According to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), Thailand’s automation and robotics industries are expected to enjoy 19-per-cent growth in 2019, the highest growth rate in Asean and the fourth highest in the world.

Thailand’s long-established automotive parts and manufacturing, electrical and electronics and food processing sectors are well positioned to advance the country’s high market potential in industrial robotics.

The automotive parts and manufacturing sector, coupled with the electrical and electronics sector are two major industries responsible for driving global automation and robotics growth, with a combined market share of 64 per cent.

“TCEB’s focus is to identify, attract and support events in 10 key industries under the Thai Government’s 4.0 initiative. Thailand’s solid trade show foundation is ready for a strategic upgrade to the technology driven advanced automation system and robotics manufacturing sectors.

“TCEB is committed to strengthen the automation system and robotics technology trade shows under our new ‘Thailand Redefine Your Business Events’ branding. We’re also launching a tactical ‘360 Degree Exhibition Success’ campaign, targeting both Thai and overseas organisers, exhibitors and trade visitors, to help make Thailand the Asean hub for automation system and robotics technology trade shows,” Nichapa said.

Thailand is home to at least five of Asean’s largest trade shows for machine tools, automotive manufacturing and industrial machinery. All told, they cover 90,000 square metres of net space and are at the forefront of automation system and robotics technology for various industrial sectors.

These include Intermach on May 8-11, Asean’s leading industrial machinery and subcontracting exhibition connecting intelligent manufacturing solutions, including artificial intelligence and robotics; Propak Asia on June 12-15, Asia’s premier platform for processing and packaging industries; Manufacturing Expo on June 19-22, Asean’s leading machinery and technology event that first introduced automation and robotics technology in 2018; and Metalex on November 20-23, Asean’s largest international machine tool and metalworking technology trade exhibition and conference that plans to showcase the region’s latest metalworking technology in 2019.

In addition, Automach, the largest automation and machine tools technology exhibition in Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), is also joining the fray in 2019 after a recent repositioning. Scheduled to be held from March 14-16, the event is being rebranded the “Automation Expo” with TCEB support, aiming to become the leading platform for automation system and robotics technology.

A question of “Prestige”

Published March 5, 2019 by SoClaimon

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  • Navara Sincharoenkul, SVP – head of Cards Premium Segment and Usage at Citi
  • Citi Prestige’s New Global Card Design Exclusive Party
  • Pitak Spatam, Wanvisa Komindr, Vasu Surattiantra, Sarun and Panit Limsawaddiwong
  • Jay and Jareyadee Spencer
  • Yanin Viravaidya, Von Sugunnasil and Chalisa Viravan

A question of “Prestige”

event March 05, 2019 11:55

By The Nation

It’s been four years since Citi Thailand introduced Citi Prestige, a credit card designed to offer exclusive rewards and global travel privileges.

Raising the bar in the premium credit card segment, Citi Prestige has enabled travel-loving card members to indulge themselves in a world of unforgettable experiences.

Recently, Citi Thailand hosted an exclusive party to introduce the new design of the Citi Prestige credit card, which reflects a sense of stability and sophistication and is ready to unlock a world of luxurious privileges. Sandeep Batra, head of Credit Cards and Loans of Citi Thailand, organised the event, which was attended by such celebrities as Von Sugunnasil, Sarun and Phanit Limsawatwong, Jay and Jareyadee Spencer, Vorravit Siripark, Vasu Surattiantra, Peeraya Bunnag, and Manvad Nakornthap. Renowned photographer Lik Sriprasert was on hand to snap the guests while they enjoyed an exclusive lunch at Lady L Garden Bistro, Nai Lert Park Heritage Home.

“Citi Prestige has now embarked on its fourth year of delivering exclusive privileges to sophisticated travellers for them to enjoy a world of experiences in Thailand and overseas. Recently, Citi revamped the design of Citi Prestige credit card to provide a sense of stability and security to our customers through the application of hard-earned detail while at the same time demonstrating our keen sensitivity and grip on progress with modern-reduced design,” Batra said.

“The material itself has a premium and sophisticated touch. You can feel the weight of metal, which complements the luxurious lifestyle of the cardholders themselves. We want our card to emerge from the card canvas as an icon; a steady-state expression that our underlying dynamic chassis product can live inside of for decades.”

Citi Prestige offers global benefits including unlimited access to more than 1,000 airport lounges in more than 120 countries e through the Priority PassTM card and complimentary airport limousine transfer at participating airports in Asia-Pacific twice a year.

Citi Prestige also rewards customers who have maintained relationship with the company. The card offers up to 5-per-cent annual Relationship Bonus Points, which are calculated based on the card member’s spending in the last 12 months. The annual Relationship Bonus grows as the years of relationship with Citi increases, allowing Citigold customers to earn points at an even better rate.

Citi Thailand is also collaborating with Von Sugannasil, a stylish and timeless tailor-made brand from Thailand with international recognition, to present an exclusive collection inspired by the new design and unique material of Citi Prestige. This special collaboration will be unveiled by the brand’s founder and designer on Friday (March 8) at King Power Mahanakhon.

For more information, visit http://www.Citibank.co.th/th/prestige.

Style Bangkok ready to wow again in April

Published February 27, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Style Bangkok ready to wow again in April

event February 22, 2019 01:00

By The Nation

Style Bangkok is slated for April 17 to 21 at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (Bitec) with all sorts of lifestyle products, from fashion and apparel, gifts, furnishings and home decor.

This year’s theme is “Crenovative Origin” – the meeting of creativity, innovation and originality.

Materials are locally made and intricately crafted by local craftsmen.

The international platform is expected to attract 50,000 buyers and  inspire visitors with its stateoftheart creations by Thai and foreign talents.

Occupying 40,000 square metres, it combines three trade megashows – the Bangkok International Fashion Fair and Bangkok International Leather Fair (BIFF & BIL), Bangkok International Gift Fair and Bangkok International Houseware Fair (BIG+BIH), and Thailand International Furniture Fair (TIFF).

More than 1,000 brands will show their wares at 1,800 booths. Style Bangkok’s Niche Showcase will boast products specifically catering to active senior citizens, mothers and kids and metro.

For more information and preregistration, visit http://www.StyleBangkokFair.

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