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THE 2ND INTERNATIONAL MAHSEER CONFERENCE

11th -15th February 2020, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Registration :

To register for IMC2 2020 please click here

 

Registration fees :

Early registration fee (until December 15th, 2019):

Early Full • before December 15, 2019

$  150

Early Student • before December 15, 2019

$  50

 

Regular registration fee (from December 16st, 2019):

Regular Full •  December 16, 2019 until February 10, 2020

$  175

Regular Student •  December 16, 2019 until February 10, 2020

$  75

 

Late Full Registration After February 10, 2020

Late Full Registration • After February 10, 2020

$  225

Late Student Registration • After February 10, 2020

$  100

 

Single Day • Does not include Conference Banquet on Thursday PM

$ 50



BANK INFORMATION:

 
  NAME OF BANK: KRUNGTHAI BANK PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED

  MAEJO BRANCH

  ADDRESS: 291 M.4 T.NONGHARN A.SANSAI CHAINGMAI 50290

  THAILAND

  TEL.+66 53-353431

  SWIFT CODE: KRTHTHBK

  ACCOUNT NUMBER: 6787603096

 

 

  Email Account Received : phangan_s@hotmail.com

 

 
 Plase attach file registration cost transfer document and your name to e-mail imcmju2020@hotmail.com

 

IMC2 field trip, from 15-17 February 2020. / Field trip.....

Date

Option

Activities

Total Budgets

15th February 2020

Maetang River trip
  *Includes food and transportation

Mae Taeng River Discovery: white-water rafting bird watching, snorkeling, underwater photography and ecological observations.

45$

15th February 2020

Inthanon Royal Project trip
  *Includes food and transportation

See amazing waterfalls and hike in the cloud forest ecosystem of Inthanon National Park. Visit the royal project fish farm and the highest point in Thailand and the pagoda of King Rama IX and Queen Sirikit.

30$

16-18th February 2020

Mae Ngao Natural Field Trip
  *Includes meals, all camping equipment, and transportation

Mae Ngao River Discovery: This 2 night trip will include rafting, traditional methods of catching fish, bird watching, snorkeling, underwater photography, fish sampling and identification, and learning about fish conservations efforts among the Karen communities.

150$