[OSGeo-Conf] FOSS4G 2018 - Questions for Bangkok
Dr. Sarawut Ninsawat
sarawutn at ait.asia
Tue Oct 11 08:39:49 PDT 2016
Pattaya city is special administrative city of Chonburi province and
located East side of Thailand. It will take about 90-120 minutes to
reach from the main international air-port to the conference venue.
There is excellent Highway road collection by passing the city traffic.
Taxi, buses (every hour) are available at any time and would cost around
5USD for bus and 30USD for taxi.
If you have plan for extend your stay and visit Chaing Mai, Phuket or
Samui Island. There is an airport 'U-Taprao' which is 30km from Pattaya
city and daily low-cost flight are available. Additionally, the low-cost
flights for China, Russian and South East Asia countries are available.
BTW, this airport is being upgraded and will be operated as an
International airport in mid of 2017 .
We would also like to point out that the conference venue and
surroundings is completely self-contained. Of course we are sure that
participants would like to see Bangkok City and we will have a on site
travel desk to take care of all local traveling needs.
The weather of Pattaya in September is max 30 Celsius and minimum 25
degree Celsius. It is a wet month where we can expect rains. But it is
not everyday raining. We plan to include an umbrella in the conference
kit!! September is a lean tourist season in Pattaya so you can expect
the cheapest flight, hotel and even discounts at restaurants and bars.
Nitin and Sarawut
Chair and co-chair
FOSS4G-2018 Thai Proposal
> Subject: [OSGeo-Conf] FOSS4G 2018 - Questions for Bangkok
> Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2016 10:32:45 +0100
> From: Steven Feldman <shfeldman at gmail.com>
> To: Conference Dev <conference_dev at lists.osgeo.org>
> Bangkok team
> Thanks for your Letter of Intent to host FOSS4G 2018. Here are my
> questions to start things off, hopefully more will follow from others
> For the benefit of those of us who are not familiar with Bangkok,
> could you give us an indication of the climate in September
> How long is the transfer from Bangkok to Pattaya?
Dr. Sarawut NINSAWAT
Interim Field of Study Coordinator
Remote Sensing & GIS
School of Engineering and Technology
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand
Telephone: (66 2) 524 6406
Fax: (66 2) 524 5597
58 Moo 9, Km. 42, Paholyothin Highway
Klong Luang, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand
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