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Birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of the Kingdom of Thailand

Thailand, country located in the centre of mainland Southeast Asia. Located wholly within the tropics, Thailand encompasses diverse ecosystems, including the hilly forested areas of the northern frontier, the fertile rice fields of the central plains, the broad plateau of the northeast, and the rugged coasts along the narrow southern peninsula. Until the second half of the 20th century, Thailand was primarily an agricultural country, but since the 1960s increasing numbers of people have moved to Bangkok, the capital, and to other cities. Although the greater Bangkok metropolitan area remains the preeminent urban centre in the country, there are other sizable cities, such as Chiang Mai in the north, Nakhon Ratchasima (Khorat), Khon Kaen, and Udon Thani in the northeast, Pattaya in the southeast, and Hat Yai in the far south. Siam, as Thailand was officially called until 1939, was never brought under European colonial domination. Independent Siam was ruled by an absolute monarchy until a revolution there in 1932. Since that time, Thailand has been a constitutional monarchy, and all subsequent constitutions have provided for an elected parliament. Political authority, however, has often been held by the military, which has taken power through coups. During the last two decades of the 20th century and the first decade of the 21st, parliamentary democracy steadily gained wider popular support. Although a crisis emerged in 2006, when the military, aligned with the monarchy, overthrew an elected government, new parliamentary elections were held—as promised by the interim government—in 2007. Land of Thailand Thailand, which has about the same land area as Spain or France, consists of two broad geographic areas: a larger main section in the north and a smaller peninsular extension in the south. The main body of the country is surrounded by Myanmar (Burma) to the west, Laos to the north and east, Cambodia to the southeast, and the Gulf of Thailand to the south. Peninsular Thailand stretches southward from the southwestern corner of the country along the eastern edge of the Malay Peninsula; Myanmar extends along the western portion of the peninsula as far as the Isthmus of Kra, after which Thailand occupies the entire peninsula until reaching its southern border with Malaysia at roughly latitude 6° N. Relief Thailand’s landscapes vary from low mountains to fertile alluvial plains dotted with rice paddies to sandy beaches set amid the equatorial latitudes of the Asian monsoons. The country is divided into five distinct physiographic regions: the folded mountains in the north and west, the Khorat Plateau in the northeast, the Chao Phraya River basin in the centre, the maritime corner of the central region in the southeast, and the long, slender peninsular portion in the southwest. The northern mountains, the southeastern continuation of the uplift process that formed the Himalayas, extend southward along the Thai-Myanmar border and reach as far south as northern Malaysia. Long granitic ridges were formed when great masses of molten rock forced their way upward through the older sedimentary strata. Peaks average about 5,200 feet (l,600 metres) above sea level. Mount Inthanon, at 8,481 feet (2,585 metres) the highest in the country, is in northwestern Thailand, near the historical city of Chiang Mai. The city is overshadowed by Mount Suthep, site of a famous Buddhist shrine and the royal summer palace. Some of the rugged limestone hills contain caves from which remains of prehistoric humans have been excavated. The northeast is coterminous with the Khorat Plateau, a vast tableland bounded by the Mekong River on the north and east. It was formed by uplifting along two perpendicularly arranged crustal faults—one trending north-south in the west and the other east-west in the south. As a result, the underlying sedimentary rocks were tilted rather than uniformly uplifted. This tilting created ranges of low hills and mountains along the western and southern edges of the plateau: the Phetchabun and Dangrek (Thai: Dong Rak) mountains, respectively. The escarpments of these uplands overlook the plain of the Chao Phraya basin to the west and the Cambodian plain to the south. Surface elevations on the Khorat Plateau range from about 650 feet (200 metres) in the northwest to some 300 feet (90 metres) in the southeast. The terrain is rolling, and the hilltops generally slope to the southeast in conformity with the tilt of the land. Situated between the northern and western mountain ranges and the Khorat Plateau is the extensive Chao Phraya River basin, which is the cultural and economic heartland of Thailand. The region, sometimes called the Central Plain, consists of two portions: heavily dissected rolling plains in the north and the flat, low-lying floodplain and delta of the Chao Phraya in the south. It was formed by the outwash of immense quantities of sediment brought down from the mountains by the Chao Phraya’s tributaries, which produced vast fan-shaped alluvial deposits. The generally rolling countryside of the southeast has high hills in the centre and along the eastern boundary with Cambodia. Notable peaks are Mount Khieo, which rises to 2,614 feet (797 metres), and Mount Soi Dao, which attains a height of 5,471 feet (1,668 metres). The hills, reaching nearly to the sea, create a markedly indented coastline fringed with many islands. With their long stretches of sandy beach, such coastal towns as Chon Buri and Rayong and some of the islands have become popular year-round tourist resorts. The southwestern portion of the country consists of a peninsula with a mountainous spine and a gently sloping sandy coastline. Higher mountains reaching about 4,900 feet (1,500 metres) line the peninsula on the west and contain narrow passes linking Thailand and Myanmar. These ranges separate the Andaman and South China seas as the peninsula narrows near the Malaysian border. Off the rugged and much-indented west coast lie numerous large islands, including tin-rich Phuket Island, which, with other islands such as Samui and Phiphi, have become tourist destinations, surpassing in popularity Hua Hin, the old coastal resort located in the northern part of the peninsula. More … Source: https://www.britannica.com/place/Thailand

On 22 October 2021, H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland presided over the prize presentation ceremony for the 1st and 2nd winners from Experience Thailand campaign

On 22 October 2021, H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland presided over the prize presentation ceremony for the 1st and 2nd winners from Experience Thailand campaign. The ceremony was attended by Ms. Wajanan Silpawornwiwat, Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT Prague Office) (virtual participation), Mr. Thum Niemsakul, Director of Thai Trade Center, and Mr. Krzysztof Steiman, Senior Account Manager, Qatar Airways. On this occasion, the Ambassador congratulated Ms. Aleksandra Dąbkowska (1st prize winner) and Ms. Iga Iwanek (2nd prize winner), who received a return ticket with accommodation to Phuket and Bangkok respectively and expressed Embassy's appreciation to all partners and sponsors.

.E. Chettaphan Maksamphan, ambasador Tajlandii, wydał obiad w Tayskyy Pryvet (Thailand Hi) na cześć Ukraińsko-Tajskiej Grupy Przyjaźni w parlamencie ukraińskim

Wieczorem 7 września 2021 r. J.E. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambasador Tajlandii na Ukrainie z siedzibą w Warszawie, wydał obiad w Tayskyy Pryvet (Thailand Hi) na cześć Ukraińsko-Tajskiej Grupy Przyjaźni w Parlamencie Ukraińskim wraz z Przewodniczącym Grupy Pana Mychajło Radutsky. W kolacji oprócz członków Grupy urzestniczyli także przedstawiciele Ministerstwa Spraw Zagranicznych Ukrainy.

J.E. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambasador Tajlandii na Ukrainie spotkał się z J.E. Tarasem Kachka, Wiceministrem Rozwoju Gospodarczego, Handlu i Rolnictwa

W dniu 7 września 2021 r. J.E. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambasador Tajlandii na Ukrainie z siedzibą w Warszawie, spotkał się z J.E. Tarasem Kachka, Wiceministrem Rozwoju Gospodarczego, Handlu i Rolnictwa. Omówiono sposoby promowania dwustronnej współpracy handlowej poprzez ważne mechanizmy, takie jak Wspólny Komitet ds. Handlu (JTC), a także poprzez działania promujące możliwości handlowe dla obu stron wraz z partnerami, w szczególności Ukraińską Izbą Handlowo-Przemysłową (UCCI) w ramach obchodów 30-lecia stosunków dyplomatycznych.

J.E. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambasador Tajlandii na Ukrainie z siedzibą w Warszawie spotkał się z Gennadijem Czyżykowem, Prezesem Ukraińskiej Izby Przemysłowo-Handlowej (UCCI).

W dniu 6 września 2021 r. J.E. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambasador Tajlandii na Ukrainie z siedzibą w Warszawie spotkał się z Gennadijem Czyżykowem, Prezesem Ukraińskiej Izby Przemysłowo-Handlowej (UCCI). Obie strony omówiły plan dalszego wzmocnienia więzi handlowych między dwoma krajami poprzez wykorzystanie w przyszłym roku obchodów 30-lecia stosunków dyplomatycznych.

H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland, together with Mr. Thum Niemsakul, Director of Thai Trade Center in Warsaw

On 20 July 2021, H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland, together with Mr. Thum Niemsakul, Director of Thai Trade Center in Warsaw met with Mr. Norbert Bąk, Head of Foreign Trade Office of Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) – Bangkok. The meeting discussed next step of cooperation between the Embassy, the PAIH Office and the Thai Trade Center in further promoting bilateral trade and investment opportunities especially in the prioritized areas such as food and medical technology/devices and services. The activities in the pipeline include, among others, a webinar as well as sector-specific business matchings.

J.E. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambasador Tajlandii w Polsce, wraz z Dyrektorem Tajskiego Biura Handlowego w Warszawie, Thum Niemesakul, spotkali się ...

12 lipca br. J.E. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambasador Tajlandii w Polsce oraz Dyrektor Tajskiego Biura Handlowego (Thai Trade Center) w Warszawie, Thum Niemesakul, spotkali się z J.E. Jerzym Drożdżem, Ambasadorem i Dyrektorm Deptartamentu Spraw Zagranicznych Krajowej Izby Gospodarczej oraz panią Katarzyną Kaniewską, zajmującą się w Izbie sprawami Tajlandii. Ambassador Drożdż podkreślił bliskie związki pomiędzy Krajową Izbą Gospodarczą a Ambasadą oraz Thai Trade Center i wyraził chęć wspierania prac i działalności Ambasady i Thai Trade Center.

Udział w wydarzeniu, którego gospodarzem były linie Qatar Airways we współpracy z Ambasadą Królestwa Tajladnii w Warszawie

W dniu 28 czerwca 2021 w CookUp Studio J.E. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambasador Tajlandii w Polsce, wziął udział w wydarzeniu, którego gospodarzem były linie Qatar Airways we współpracy z Ambasadą królestwa Tajladnii w Warszawie, Biurem d/s Turystyki Tajlandii z siedzibą w Pradze, Tajskim Biurem Handlowym w Warszawie oraz firmą DeCare (importer i dystrybutor tajskiej żywności w Polsce). Wydarzenie miało na celu poinformowanie 25 uczestniczących polskich touroperatorów o ponownym otwarciu Tajlandii dla turystyki w ramach polityki „Phuket Sandbox” oraz o przywróceniu trasy Qatar Airways z Warszawy do Phuket (przez Doha) od lipca 2021 roku. Ponadto uczestnicy wzięli udział w warsztatach kulinarnych, ucząc się gotować dania kuchni tajskiej, takie jak Tom Yam Kung, Larb Kai, Pad Thai, Massaman curry i mango z kleistym ryżem.

Ambasador Tajlandii na Mistrzostwach Polski Muaythai IFMA w Krakowie

Chettaphan Meksamphan, Ambasador Tajlandii w Warszawie, przyjechał do Krakowa, by wziąć udział w rozgrywanych u nas Mistrzostwach Polski Muaythai IFMA dla dzieci, kadetów, juniorów i seniorów oraz Mistrzostwach Polski Wai Khru i Kick Pads dla dzieci 6-11 lat. Uroczystość otwarcia mistrzostw, w której uczestniczył zarówno Prezydent Miasta Krakowa Jacek Majchrowski, jak i Ambasador Chettaphan Meksamphan odbyła się w hali sportowej III Liceum Ogólnokształcącego na os. Wysokim w Krakowie.

H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland, met with H.E. Mr. Waldemar Kraska, Deputy Minister of Public Health and Chairman of Polish – Thai Parliamentary Group ...

On 15 June 2021, H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland, met with H.E. Mr. Waldemar Kraska, Deputy Minister of Public Health and Chairman of Polish – Thai Parliamentary Group, and the representatives from the Group, namely, Senator Paweł Arndt, Vice Chairman of the Group, and Senator Jerzy Chroscikowski to discuss further promotion of bilateral cooperation in all dimensions by utilizing the auspicious celebration of 50th Anniversary of diplomatic relations next year.

Ambasada Królestwa Tajlandii w Warszawie współorganizowała seminarium internetowe „Tajlandia - Polska: Nowa brama dla możliwości handlowych”

14 maja 2021 Ambasada Królestwa Tajlandii w Warszawie współorganizowała seminarium internetowe „Tajlandia - Polska: Nowe bramy dla możliwości handlowych” wraz z Biurem ds. Spraw Handlowych w Warszawie, Polską Agencją Inwestycji i Handlu (PAIH) oraz Izbą Przemysłowo-Handlową Polska-Azja (IZBA). W trakcie seminarium uczestnicy poznali obserwacje ekspertów na temat możliwości handlowych i trendów dla tajsko - polskich możliwości biznesowych.

H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland, hosted an online meeting with the representatives from the National Innovation Agency (NIA)

On 5 May 2021, H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland, hosted an online meeting with the representatives from the National Innovation Agency (NIA) led by Dr. Krithpaka Boonfueng, Deputy Executive Director (Innovation System). The meeting considered a joint plan of activities for 2021 – 2022 to promote innovation diplomacy through startups cooperation.

H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland, hosted an online meeting

On 30 April 2021, H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand to Poland, hosted an online meeting with the Faculty of Science of Chulalongkorn University led by Professor Dr. Polkit Sangvanich, the Dean of the Faculty, together with Assistant Professor Sujin Suwanna from the Faculty of Science of Mahidol University and the Quantum Network of Thailand and Dr. Fattah Sakuldee, a Thai researcher who is currently working for the International Center for Theory of Quantum Technologies (ICTQT) under the University of Gdansk.

Royal Thai Embassy in Warsaw together with other 5 embassies

On 21 April 2021, the Royal Thai Embassy in Warsaw together with other 5 embassies, namely, the Royal Thai Embassy in Vienna, the Royal Thai Embassy in Prague, the Royal Thai Embassy in the Hague, the Royal Thailand Embassy in Oslo and the Royal Thai Embassy in Ankara participated in a webinar, titled "Europe-Asia Startup Day" organized by the National Innovation Agency (NIA).

H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand, conducted an online meeting with representatives from the Poznan University of Medical Sciences (UMP) led by Prof. Michał Nowicki, Deputy Rector for Science and International Cooperation.

On 12 March 2021, H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of Thailand, conducted an online meeting with representatives from the Poznan University of Medical Sciences (UMP) led by Prof. Michał Nowicki, Deputy Rector for Science and International Cooperation. The Ambassador expressed his appreciation to the UMP for overseeing the livelihood of 41 Thai students attending the UMP during COVID-19 situation. The Ambassador also complimented the high quality and standard of UMP and Polish medical schools, as reflected by the positive feedback from Thai medical personnel that Thai medical students from Poland have an outstanding theoretical and practical knowledge.

Ambasador Tajlandii z wizytą u Marszałek Sejmu

We środę 10 lutego 2021 roku wizytę u marszałek Sejmu Elżbiety Witek złożył nowo mianowany ambasador Królestwa Tajlandii w Polsce Chettaphan Maksamphan. Wśród poruszonych tematów znalazły się m.in.: współpraca gospodarcza i międzyparlamentarna.

H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to the Republic of Poland, paid a courtesy call on Professor Tomasz Grodzki, Marshal of the Senate.

On 5 February 2021, H.E. Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to the Republic of Poland, paid a courtesy call on Professor Tomasz Grodzki, Marshal of the Senate. Both sides underscored the cordial relations between the two countries and would make the most of the auspicious celebration of 50th Anniversary of Thai – Polish diplomatic relations in 2022 to promote concrete cooperation and closer ties at all levels including exchanges of high-level visits. In this connection, the Marshal extends his invitation to the President of the Thai Senate to visit Poland with a view to further enhancing dynamic relations between the two Senates.

Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador-Designate, presided over a commemoration ceremony held on the occasion of the Birthday Anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the National Day of the Kingdom of Thailand, and Thai Father’s Day

On 2 December 2020, Mr. Chettaphan Maksamphan, Ambassador-Designate, presided over a commemoration ceremony held on the occasion of the Birthday Anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the National Day of the Kingdom of Thailand, and Thai Father’s Day at the Royal Thai Embassy in Warsaw. The participants included officials and Embassy’s staffs.