This year’s festival, organized by the Thai Embassy in Budapest, commemorates the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Hungary. You’ll have the opportunity to witness traditional Thai cultural shows, dance performances, and even Muay Thai demonstrations. There’s no shortage of entertainment for visitors of all ages. Curious about what the previous Thai Festival was like? Check out the video below to get a taste of the vibrant cultural experience.
But that’s not all – the Office of Commercial Affairs, Royal Thai Embassy in Budapest, or “Thai Trade Center in Budapest”, will also be there to represent Thailand’s trade and investment promotion in Hungary. Explore the industries of automotive, logistics, design & fashion, jewelry, and movie production with the help of our representatives. Uncover new business opportunities and discover the potential of Thailand as a regional industrial hub beyond the traditional food and spa & wellness offerings.
Foodies, you won’t be disappointed either. Many Thai restaurants in the festival are certified by Thai SELECT, a mark of certification awarded by the Ministry of Commerce and the Royal Thai Government. This certification guarantees the authenticity of Thai food products and Thai restaurants in Thailand and overseas, so you can savor the real taste of Thailand with excellent service. Thai SELECT restaurants are held to rigorous standards and undergo regular inspections to ensure the best food quality, hygiene, and service. These high standards are met by many Thai SELECT restaurants across the globe, including four in Budapest, namely Bangkok Thai Restaurant, Greenthai Restaurants (both on the Buda side and Pest side), and Tom Yum Thai Restaurant.
Save the date on your calendar and join us on Sunday, 14 May 2023, between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. in the garden of the Hungarian National Museum. The address is 1088 Budapest, Múzeum krt. 14-16. Find out how to get there via public transit by clicking here. If you arrive by car, there is paid parking nearby at the Pollack Mihály Téri Garage. You’ll get to immerse yourself in Thai culture, explore trade possibilities, and indulge in authentic Thai cuisine. The festival promises a day of fun, food, and fascination, so don’t miss out.
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