Showcasing the Thai Culture, Thailand Week 2024 is Set in a New Venue!

Who's excited for Thailand Week? This will gonna be Runner Rocky's third time around taking part in this prestige event showcasing the rich culture of Thailand.

But this 2024, Thailand Week is more exciting! Yes, there will be a new venue for the event - from Pasay in the previous two editions to Makati in this year's celebration! What more, exciting new activities will be showcased in the event. 

Well, are you now more excited? Let me share with you then this exciting story and the full details of the event. Here it goes:

Exciting news for all enthusiasts of Thai products! The highly anticipated Thailand Week is set to showcase the best of Thai merchandise at the Glorietta Activity Center in Makati City from February 29 to March 3, 2024. Organized by the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce in Thailand, through the Thai Trade Center in Manila, this annual event is the biggest trade show of Thai products in the Philippines and has consistently brought high-quality Thai products to the forefront for over a decade.

Thailand Week 2024 marks a significant shift as it takes place at the Glorietta shopping mall for the first time, providing enhanced accessibility and convenience for consumers. Under the theme "Discover Excellence, Trade with Thailand," the fair continues its tradition of highlighting the superior quality of Thai products.

Over 80 companies, including Thai exporters and Philippine importers with Thai products, will participate in Thailand Week 2024. The showcase will span 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.

For businesses seeking new opportunities, Thailand Week 2024 is an ideal platform to explore trade relationships and connect with potential agents or distributors. Whether you are a business professional, a discerning consumer, or someone with a love for Thailand and its culture, this fair promises an unparalleled experience.

Most importantly, admission to Thailand Week 2024 is free, making it an inclusive event for everyone. Save the dates, February 29 to March 3, and make your way to the Glorietta Activity Center for an unforgettable journey through the wonders of Thailand.

For more information, please contact the Thai Trade Center in Manila at the following contact details: Tel. Nos. 88940406, 88940403, Email:, Fax: 88160698.

We really can't wait! See you all on the last day of February and let's celebrate and appreciate the Thai culture! 02/13/2024 (Runner Rocky)


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Known as Runner Rocky, Rocky Batara is the owner of this website. He is an IT expert, a Principal Software QA Engineer by profession and a Blogger and Digital Content Creator by passion and hobby. He loves to blog about lifestyle, celebrities, entertainment, tech, sports, and fitness giving rise to his 6 major active websites. Rocky is also active in Social Media such as in YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok since he loves to take videos and photos of different things including interviewing celebrities and different personalities. You may follow Rocky on Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram via his username @therunnerrocky and on YouTube at @RunnerRocky. Meanwhile for inquiries, collaborations, and event invites, feel free to send him email at:

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