COMPLIMENTARY TOUR



ROUTE 1


The complementary tour is provided for the international delegate without extra charge. You can book the tour (only 1 route) via the online registration. The available seats are depend on first come first serve basis.


Banbatt Community

The community’s technician has been using the original process to make monk’s bowl, which are steel welding and forming metal to be the shape of the bowl. This process is hand-made and is considered to be a Thai padding work called “Batt Bu”.

This is also the reason why monk’s bowls from this community are very expensive since they have been made by different levels of technicians. The quality of the bowl is considered to be durable and there are many shapes inherited since antiquity. In addition, monk’s bowl from this community also follow discipline of Buddhism as well.




Loh Prasat (Wat Ratchanatdaram)

Loh Prasat (Wat Ratchanatdaram) A temple in Bangkok which was built in 1846 during the reign of King Rama III. Wat Ratchanatdaram is best known for the Loha Prasat, a 36-meter-tall multi-tiered structure featuring 37 metal spires, signifying the 37 virtues toward enlightenment in Buddhist belief. It is regarded the world’s only brazen palace

The Loha Prasat was modeled after the one in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. It is the only one of its kind that exists today. It was submitted to UNESCO to be a World Heritage Site in 2005.



Wat Saket and the Golden Mount

Wat Saket or the Temple of the Golden Mount, Bangkok, is an ancient temple dating back to the Ayutthaya Period. Previously called Wat Sakae, the name was changed to Wat Saket during the reign of King Rama I. The Golden Mount, built under the rule of King Rama V, is 77 meters tall and at the top reside many of Buddhist relics found at Kapilavastu ancient city.




ROUTE 2


The complementary tour is provided for the international delegate without extra charge. You can book the tour (only 1 route) via the online registration. The available seats are depend on first come first serve basis.




Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall (Nitas Rattanakosin Museum)

This vintage, art-deco building turned exhibition hall narrates the history of Thailand during the Rattanakosin Era (circa 1782 onwards) through a variety of interactive exhibitions in seven chambers. Visitors will enjoy observing the Grand Palace via 4D multimedia spectacles as well as an animation depicting the legend of the sacred Emerald Buddha.

On the fourth floor there is an observation room you will enjoy an elevated view of a historic Ratchadamnoen Klang Road, where most of political movements took place, Loha Prasat, the world’s only metal castle, and the revered Golden Mount.


Keydates


Abstract submission deadline
June 30, 2018 (Extended)


Notification of abstract acceptance
July 10, 2018


Early Bird Registration Deadline
July​ 15,2018


Pre-Registration Deadline
August 31,2018




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