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05-07 October 2022 - Bangkok, Thailand

Event information

Vitafoods Asia 2022 will be a SMART event, adopting a hybrid format to continue to provide industry professionals with access to exclusive experiences, insights and networking opportunities than ever before. 

Vitafoods Asia will give you the option to register to attend virtually, in-person or both!

 

Keeping you safe is our priority

 

What to check before travelling to Vitafoods Asia

If you are able to join us in Bangkok, Thailand, you can rest assured that your health and safety will be our number one priority. 

NEW VENUE

Fi Asia takes place in the Queen Sirkit National Convention Center at the heart of downtown Bangkok (QSNCC).

The convention and exhibition hall offers a total area of 280,000sqm and 78,500sqm exhibition space.

Venue Address: 
60 Ratchadaphisek Rd
Khlong Toei
Bangkok 10110 Thailand

Getting to the venue

Located on New Rachadapisek Road in central Bangkok, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center is conveniently accessible by BTS Skytrain, MRT Subway, taxi, bus and car. Suvarnabhumi International Airport is a 45-minute drive from QSNCC, or can be reached via Airport Rail Link through mass transit connections from QSNCC’s MRT Subway station

  • By bus: Take bus no.136 and 185.
  • By taxi: Coming soon
  • By car:  Queen Sirikit National Convention Center has its own parking area and an overflow parking lot in the adjacent Thailand Tobacco Monopoly.
  • By BTS (Skytrain): Take the BTS Skytrain to Asok interchange station, where you catch the subway to MRT Queen Sirikit National Convention Center station. Follow exit no. 3 to the Center.
  • By MRT: MRT Queen Sirikit National Convention Center station is right in front of the Center, reached by following exit no. 3.

Social Media

Let your network know you are attending and keep up to date with all the latest features and updates via the Vitafoods Social Channels and the official hashtag #VitafoodsAsia