- Admire precious stones at Bangkok Gems and Jewelry Fair

August 27, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
The Bangkok Gems and Jewelry Fair will be returning to the Thai capital next month, providing guests with an opportunity to admire some fine luxury products.
Organised by the Thai Gem and Jewelry Traders Association, the fair is a twice-yearly trade event that has been held for more than two decades, showcasing the latest fashions in jewellery.
The 48th edition of the show will take place at the Impact Challenger venue between September 14th and 18th, during which more than 1,200 exhibitors in 16 product categories will be able to showcase their wares.
Guests can expect to see new collections, view fashion and awards shows and see the latest work from high-end couture designers, with multimedia presentations and other special events due to take place.
The September show is following in the wake of the hugely successful 47th Bangkok Gems and Jewelry Fair earlier this year, which was marked by a 20 per cent jump in visitor numbers.
Members of the public can gain entry to the fair by paying a fee of 100 baht (£2), with dress codes and age restrictions on those under 15 applying.
People interested in attending can browse a large selection of Bangkok hotels at, such as the Twin Towers Hotel.
More details about the fair can be found at

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