Frequently Asked Questions

Important Dates:
    • Abstract Submissions Open Wednesday 15th November 2023
    • Early Bird Registrations Open Tuesday 5th December 2023
    • Symposium & Workshop Abstract submissions Close Wednesday 21st February 2024
    • Oral Abstract submissions Close Friday 1st March 2024
    • Poster Abstract submissions Close Wednesday 20th March 2024
    • Abstract Review Notifications Friday 1st March - Monday 15th April 2024
    • Early Bird Registrations Close  Tuesday 2nd May 2024

Q. Is this an In-person or Virtual Conference?

A. This is an in-person event only and IASP looks forward to welcoming all delegates to Bangkok.

Q. What if I register and then change my mind and no longer wish to attend? 

A. Our cancellation policy applies. All cancellations and alterations to registrations must be made in writing to the Conference Secretariat.

If the cancellation notice is received prior to May 1st, 2024 – 50% will be retained.

If the cancellation notice is received prior to May 25th, 2024 – 100% will be retained. 

Q. Can I pass my registration to others if I am unable to attend? 

A. Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome however details of the substitute delegate must be advised to the Conference Secretariat prior to the commencement of the conference.

Q. Are there any Bursaries available?

A. If we are fortunate enough to secure funding for bursaries, the team will make an application form available on the conference website.

Q. Will there be childcare available during the Congress?

A. There will be no childcare facilities available for this event.

Q. Do I need a VISA?

A. The 11th Asia Pacific Conference is a MICE industry (Meeting, Incentives, Convention, Exhibitions) event supported by TCEB (Thailand Convention Exhibition Bureau). Ordinary passport holders who wish to enter Thailand to participate in a MICE event (Meeting, Incentives, Convention & Exhibitions) supported by TCEB are subjected to be granted a Tourist VISA, therefore, delegates travelling to Thailand need to apply for a 'Tourist Visa'.

A welcome letter has been provided for all international delegates to support your VISA application.

Download Welcome Letter

Please ensure you confirm individual VISA requirements with your local embassy.

You can find further details at the following links:

Q. Is there a shuttle service available from the airport to the venue? 

A. For inquiries regarding airport transfers,  please contact reserve@landmarkbangkok.com  directly or use the contact form here: https://bit.ly/3P9Ql9C.

Public buses, trains and taxis are also available, please refer to the relevant airport website for more details.

Further information

How to get there


29 minutes from Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) and 36 minutes from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).

Delegates must arrange their own transfers before and after the conference. 


The Landmark Bangkok is conveniently located to the BTS and MRT transit systems and your gateway to the city.

  • BTS Asok or Ploenchit Stations (1 stop)

Terminal 21 Shopping Mall, Central Embassy and MRT Subway Station.

  • BTS Chidlom or Phrom Phong Stations (2 stops)

Central World, EmQuartier, Emporium, The four-faced Brahma (Phra Phrom), Gaysorn, Airport Link Station and the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC).

  • BTS Siam or Thonglor Stations (3 stops)

Siam Paragon, MBK Center, Siam Square, Siam Discovery, Thonglor Road.

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