Part of the TAT’s celebrations in Bangkok and 4 other provinces to invite in the Year of the Bunny and to honour 48 years of diplomatic relations in between China and Thailand.

Thai Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha commanded the opening event of the Chinese New Year 2023 Celebration in Ratchaburi, happening from 19-23 January, 2023, at Pracha Phatthana Dam in Mueang District.

Likewise present at the event were H.E. Mr. Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, Thailand’s Minister of Tourist and Sports; H.E. Mr. Yang Xin, Charge d’Affaires of the Embassy of individuals’s Republic of China to Thailand; and Mr. Ronnaphob Ruengphairote, Guv of Ratchaburi Province, in addition to senior authorities and crucial figures from the Thai public and economic sectors.

Tourist Minister Mr. Phiphat stated, “As one of the earliest and biggest Chinese neighborhoods in Thailand, Ratchaburi is understood for its distinct character and identity that is highly affected by Chinese culture. Here, the regional individuals continue to maintain its well-integrated culture and customs through such yearly celebrations as the Chinese New Year.”

The Chinese New Year 2023 event in Ratchaburi is amongst the celebrations in Bangkok and 4 other provinces with big Chinese neighborhoods– Nakhon Sawan, Suphan Buri, Songkhla (Hat Yai), and Phuket– supported by the Tourist Authority of Thailand (TAT) to honour the 48th anniversary of diplomatic relations in between China and Thailand.

In Bangkok, the Chinatown Chinese New Year 2023 runs from 14 January to 15 February. The celebrations in the 4 other provinces are as follows: Nakhon Sawan– Pak Nam Pho Chinese New Year 2023, from 15-26 January; Suphan Buri Chinese New Year 2023, from 21-31 January; Hat Yai Chinese New Year Celebration 2023, from 21-24 January; and Phuket– Chinese Brand-new Year Celebration 2023, from 27-29 January. In addition, TAT has actually likewise extended assistance for events in other locations– for a total list, go to: www.tatnews.org/2023/01/join-in-the-festive-fun-of-chinese-new-year-2023-around-thailand/.

TAT approximates that the Chinese New Year 2023 events, will assist produce 21 billion Baht for the Thai economy through a range of activities, consisting of travel and tourist associated costs, to admiring revered Buddhist images for true blessings, at locations throughout Thailand.

Throughout the duration, it’s anticipated Thailand will tape 1.38 million domestic journeys and produce about 4.6 billion Baht in tourist profits, and welcome about 580,000 global travelers to Thailand– primarily from Southeast Asia– and produce roughly 16 billion Baht.

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