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Week of Hispanic Culture

16-19 March, 2015
The Embassy of the Republic of Peru in Thailand participated in the "Week of Hispanic Culture", organized by the Spanish Section of the Faculty of Arts and the Center for Latin American Studies at Chulalongkorn University.
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The 48th Diplomatic Red Cross Bazaar

28 Feb – 1 March, 2015

On February 28 and March 1 it was held in Bangkok a new edition of Bazaar Diplomatic Red Cross.

During the opening ceremony, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visited the Embassy of the Republic of Peru booth to get to know about Peruvian products.

In this occasion, the Embassy of Peru presented various kinds of crafts including handmade bags with Andean reasons, flutes, textiles, jewelry and accessories in leather and metal, which had great reception from the thousands of Thai visitors.

The purpose of the event was to raise funds to support various humanitarian projects for the benefit of children and vulnerable populations in Thailand.

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ANNOUNCEMENT 1/2017

23 March, 2017

Due to the natural disaster that is occurring in different parts of Peru, the Embassy of Peru would like to inform that a bank account is already available in Thailand in order to receive contributions to help our countrymen to relief the devastating effects of this catastrophe:

 

Account Name: Embassy of Peru in Thailand Relief Assistance 2017

Account No.: 009-310520-9

Bank Name: Siam Commercial Bank (SCB)

Currency: Thai Baht (THB)


The monetary donations will be transferred by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru to the National Institute for Civil Defence (INDECI), entity that is articulating the actions in favor of the affected population.

 

 

 

Bangkok, 20th March 2017

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NEW SHIFTS FOR THE ENTRANCE TO MACHU PICCHU

13 Jun, 2017

COMUNICADO

Nuevos turnos para el ingreso a Machu Picchu

Informamos que, para asegurar el adecuado flujo de las visitas turísticas al santuario de Machu Picchu, la Dirección Desconcentrada de Cultura de Cusco dispuso que, a partir del 1 de julio de 2017, entrarán en vigencia todos los artículos del Reglamento de Uso Sostenible y Visita Turística para la Conservación de la Llaqta o Ciudad Inka de Machupicchu.

De esta forma, se han establecido dos turnos para los visitas: el primero se realizará desde las 06.00 horas hasta las 12.00 horas y el segundo, desde las 12.00 horas hasta las 17.30 horas.

En caso de que visitante desee visitar la ciudadela durante todo el día, debería adquirir boletos para ambos turnos.

El uso de un guía para recorrido turístico será obligatorio. Los guías podrán atender un máximo de grupos de 16 personas. Los guías entregarán un ticket que servirá a los turistas que deseen reingresar a Machu Picchu al día siguiente para que sea mostrado al ingreso de la ciudadela.

Cabe señalar que los boletos que hayan sido reservados y adquiridos hasta el 2 de mayo para los meses entre julio y diciembre no tendrán restricciones en el horario de ingreso ni salida.

Esta implementación responde al cumplimiento del Reglamento de Uso Sostenible y Visita Turística para la Conservación de la Llaqta o Ciudad Inka de Machupicchu, aprobado mediante Resolución Ministerial No. 070-2017 del Ministerio de Cultura.

Lima, 29 de mayo de 2017

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