Thailand Tourism Festival is the country’s largest domestic tourism fair organized every January. Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 will be taking place in Bangkok, 23-27 January 2019.
Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 will be held at Lumphini Park. The park will be transformed into a mini representation of the kingdom with replicas of landmarks and examples of cultural events from the five major regions of Thailand – North, South, East, Central and Northeast.
There will also be processions, musical performances and tasty treats from all over Thailand to try. Five tourism villages display the unique and different ways of life of Thai people across the region.
Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 Map
The layout of Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 at Lumphini Park can be seen in the map below.
The festival zones marked on the map are as follows.
Zone 1: Environmentally-friendly and sustainable zone (King Rama VI Monument)
Zone 2: Tour packages and special promotions
Zone 3: Five ‘tourism villages’
Zone 4: The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration zone, meanwhile, offers food from Bangkok’s 50 districts and highlights seven areas that shouldn’t be missed such as Bang Lamphu, Yaowarat and Talad Noi.
Zone 5: Main stage
Zone 6: TAT studio & Startup
Zone 7: 'Loke Suay Duay Song Mue' or 'Beautiful world with two hands' featuring ‘Reduce-Reuse-Recycle’ waste initiative
Zone 8: Thailand, Anyone can travel zone
Zone 9: Thailand tourism partners zone
Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 Opening Hours
Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 will be open 23-27 January 2019, from 12:00 to 21:00 on weekdays and from 11:00 to 21:00 on Saturday-Sunday.
Festival Admission Fee
Admission to Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 is free.
The event can give you an idea about the places you may want to visit and things you want to see when travelling around Thailand.
How to get there
Take MRT Metro to one of the nearby stations. Drop off at MRT Lumphini Station and take the Exit 3.
Otherwise, drop off at MRT Si Lom Station and take Exit 1.
Take BTS SkyTrain to Sala Daeng Station and walk towards MRT Si Lom Station. Lumpini Park is only about 300 m from BTS station.
Take a Taxi and tell the driver to bring you to “Lumpini Park”. It’s a well-known landmark of Bangkok so expect any driver to know it.