Thailand is to increase its creative offerings with a number of events open to the public.

Thailand is to increase its creative offerings with a number of events open to the public.

In news which may be of interest to those going on holidays to Thailand, the country is to host an entertainment exposition from September 24th to 28th, which minister of commerce Chaiya Sasomsap said will show off the creativity people in the country have to offer.

“Our local talent is second to none in creativity and skills such as in editing and sound recording,” he told Variety.

The exposition will be held at the Royal Paragon Hall in downtown Bangkok and anyone can attend.

There will also be a film festival in Bangkok from September 23rd to 30th which is open to the public and will feature over 130 exhibitors.

Last month, advisory service suggested that anyone looking for a wallet-friendly break could consider holidays to Thailand.

It said the country has excellent shops and some wonderful sights to see, without being too expensive to visit, while accommodation can also cost as little as £2.50 a night.

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