The event is held by Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production together with the Science and Technology Ministry’s National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) and Thailand Maker Community.
There will be over 70 booths showcasing innovations and inventions from local and international makers, such as makers’ one-of-a-kind artwork, different types of hi-tech robots, interactive toys and homemade electric cars.
This year the famed and much-awaited Electric Parade returns, featuring not-to-be-missed traditional drum performances. The event held from 2pm to 8pm will also include Enjoy Science: Young Makers Contest Year 3’s finalist works and fun and unique DIY workshops.
The fair to be held between January 19 and 20 is open to the public with no admission fee.