Thailand Week Manila 2024

Makati City- The best of Thai products at the Glorietta Activity Center in Makati City last February 29 to March 3, 2024 with the theme “Discover Excellence, Trade with Thailand”. Admission to Thailand Week 2024 is free.

Spearheaded by the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce in Thailand, through the Thai Trade Center in Manila, An annual event of the gigantic trade show of Thai products in the Philippines and had been consistently brought superb Thai products for 14 years.

First time in the mall. Thailand Week 2024 marked a big shift as it at the Glorietta shopping mall. To make it accessible and convenience for consumers and mall goers.

More or less 80 companies, including Thai exporters and Philippine importers with Thai products, participated in Thailand Week 2024. The expo from various categories, featuring food and beverages, health and beauty products, household items, as well as fashion and lifestyle products.

Attendees will not only have the opportunity to explore and purchase high-quality and affordable products but also to delve into the rich tapestry of Thai culture. The event will host cooking demonstrations by renowned Thai SELECT restaurants, accredited by DITP, offering a tantalizing taste of authentic Thai cuisine. There will be also colorful Thai cultural performances during the event for you to witness the culture from the land of smile.

Good businesses opportunities for Thailand Week 2024 as an ideal platform exploring trade relationships and connect with potential agents or distributors.

His Excellency Tull Traisorat, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to the Republic of the Philippines presided over the opening ceremony and formal ribbon cutting of Thailand Week 2024.

“Thai exports account for 30% of world GDP (gross domestic product) and total trade, exporting consumer products such as food, fashion, festival and Thai boxing,” Ambassador Tull Traisorat shared.

“The Thailand Festival Week is a platform for our trade relationship, providing accessibility to Filipino consumers to get hold of Thai-made products. This also drumbeats the 75th Year of Philippines-Thailand commercial relations and we will be expanding this in the next decade,” said Janthana Chotimunee, Director of the Thai Trade Center in Manila.

Participants from Diplomatic Corps: His Excellency Malaysian Ambassador Abdul Malik Melvin Castelino, Her Excellency Megawati Manan, Ambassador of Brunei, His Excellency Phan Peuv Ambassador of Cambodia, Mrs Engr Sovannchita, Trade Attaché of Cambodia, Martin Hutabarat, Trade Attaché of Indonesia, Fadzllyani Annuar, First Secretary of Embassy of Brunei Darrusalam,Captain Pakpoom Muensri,
Naval Attache of Royal Thai Embassy and wife, Witsarut Piyavongsomboon, First Secretary Royal Thai Embassy and Kanthima Kanjanadecha, Counsellor, Office of Commercial Affairs Royal Thai Embassy.

Contigients from Malaysian Embassy are Mr. Mohd Fareed Zakaria of Chargé d’Affaires a.i. / Deputy Head of Mission, Shukri Ahmad, Counsellor ; Nadhirah Zanudin, Counsellor; Intan Zalani, Trade Commissioner; Adhwa Azmil, Assistant Trade Commissioner; .

Some journalists including Michael Balaguer of Diaryong Tagalog, Toto Santocildes freelance writer and other media entities. From Department of Tourism Atty. She reen Gail C. Yu-Pamintuan, Undersecretary for Finance and Administration, Makati Mayor Abigail Binay, Michael Kempt, Hotel Manager of Dusit Thani and Shariza U Relova, Director Marketing and Communications of Dusit Thani are some of the guest.

While on trade fair show some exhibitors from MondialTrading Corporation represented by Sherbil John O. San Nicolas, Tong Gardens, Cafe Amazons to name a few.

“In 1949, our two countries signed the Treaty of Friendship in Washington, D.C. In 1999, while commemorating our Golden Year friendship, a street was named Thailand in the City of Makati, while a street was also named Philippines in Thailand,” interesting inside from Senator Mark Villar.