1-4 February, 2023. Bangkok Thailand

Registration & Accommodation
All participants must submit a completed registration form. Hotel accommodation at
special conference rates is available to participants on the congress website.

The official language of the Congress is English
CME Accreditation
An application for CME accreditation will be made to the European Accreditation Council
for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). The EACCME is an institution of the
European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS):
Further details will be available in due time.

Dressing code
Business casual for session and meals. Informal dress code for activities,
head cover and comfortable shoes are recommended for touring, swimsuit
is a must.

Participants are advised to purchase comprehensive travel insurance
coverage. The organizers and/or IMA and/or Business time Ltd. shall not
be liable for any loss or damage to property belonging to workshop
participants nor for personal injuries sustained during or as a result of the
workshop or during tours.
Climate & Clothing
The weather in Bangkok March is hot during the day. Average
temperatures range from 30°C – 35°C (85°F – 93°F).
Entry Visas
Holders of EU, USA and Canadian passports do not need an entry visa to

Thailand. For participants from other countries, we suggest you check with
your travel agent or Thai embassy/consulate.
for more information visit Thailand Tourism
COVID 19 Regulations
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In Thailand, the voltage of domestic AC is 220 volt (50 cycles). Foreign visitors are
advised to bring along travel adaptors to fit the outlets in the country. 

Electrical sockets in Thailand are compatible with both flat parallel prongs (like in the
United States and Japan) and two round pins (like in most European and Asian
countries). While two-pin sockets  are common in Thailand, some establishments
like hotels and offices also have three-pin outlets installed. 
Visitors from countries that use 110-voltage electricity are recommended not to bring
their personal 110V appliances, and instead find the 220V substitutes if possible.
This is because it can be dangerous to use an electrical appliance that is rated at a
different voltage from the supply.

Currency / Exchange
The currency unit in Thailand is Thai Baht (THB – “Baht” in short).
International credit cards are accepted for payment in most hotels,
restaurants, and shops. Exchange offices and ATM machines are easily
available throughout the city and at International Airport. We recommend
that you change some money at the airport for immediate needs.

Current exchange rates