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What is Extravaganza? 


Biggest event of the year 

Be part of the biggest event of North Asia for 2018 and enhance your knowledge and skills to build a sustainable business while making people healthier and happier!



The 2018 North Asia Extravaganza will be held at the IMPACT Arena, an integrated venue offering a diversity of events with versatile facilities and services. IMPACT is one of Asia’s largest and most modern exhibition and convention centers.  It is the preferred destination in Thailand for Impactful events and is a great choice to host the biggest North Asia event of the year!

Valuable training

Receive valuable training by Herbalife top leaders. Learn priceless strategies, and brilliant retail and sponsoring techniques that can help you expand your business 



Big Announcements  

Hear firsthand the biggest announcements of the year, including exciting product launches. 




Network, mingle with your peers and make priceless business contacts. Experience an awe-inspiring recognition ceremony and memorable celebrations 

Rich Goudis
Richard P. Goudis is chief executive officer (CEO) of Herbalife Nutrition. As CEO, Goudis is dedicated to fulfilling the Company’s purpose to make the world healthier and happier. With his passions grounded in innovation, education and training, he sets the strategy for Herbalife Nutrition, overseeing all aspects of the company’s growth strategies, and ensuring that the Company continues to be recognized worldwide as a leading nutrition company.

Qualification Period: January 2018 - May 2018

Open to Fully Qualified Supervisors (FQS) who achieve 5,000 Total Volume Points (TVP) in any 3 consecutive months within the qualification period. OR Accumulate 24,000 Total Volume Points (TVP) in any 4 months within the qualification period. OR Accumulate 20,000 Total Volume Points (TVP) in any 4 months with 4 downline MAP Qualifiers (First 3 levels) within the qualification period.
Open to Fully Qualified Supervisors (FQS) who achieve 5,000 Total Volume Points (TVP) in any 2 consecutive months within the qualification period. OR Accumulate 20,000 Total Volume Points (TVP) in any 4 months within the qualification period.
Open to all TAB Team. OR Active World Team 2017 - 2018 OR Fully Qualified Supervisors (FQS) who achieve 1,000 Royalty Points in any one (1) month within the qualification period. *MAP Qualifiers are based on Hong Kong or Macau’s specific Member Activation Program (MAP) qualification for January to March OR February to April OR March to May MAP Cycles.
Hotel & Travel

The President's Team Hotel

Novotel Bangkok IMPACT




Make sure to book hotel that is accessible to the IMPACT Arena, Exhibition and Convention Centre.

Click below for a list of Bangkok, Thailand Hotels:



Please note that the site above is not an official site. This site is only used as a guide. Distributors are responsible for their accommodation and any bookings that they have made.

Airport Information

Thailand's official international airport is Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok Airport


Here's a link to Bangkok's domestic airport.



Visa Information

Please visit the site below to check if you require a Visa to enter Thailand.



Please approach the Car Rental Counters at the Arrival Halls:

Please click on link to see the car rental companies that are available.


A valid driving license from your country of residence or a valid International Driving License is required for driving in Thailand. Please check with the local car rental company counters.

Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) / Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT)

The BTS Skytrain/ MRT is convenient for visiting different parts of Bangkok


Fares are calculated according to distance. Adult / student / tourist passes for limited / unlimited train rides are also available. Ticket could be purchased at the BTS / MRT Stations.

For more information, please visit


Airport Rail Link:



Airport & Private Limousine

Bangkok based luxury chauffeur driven limousine and private airport transfers  for business, tours, wedding, events, night out and any individual requirements  in Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Pattaya, Rayong and Huahin including the other provinces in Thailand.

For more information, please visit:



Metered taxis are a quick and comfortable way to get around town, but Bangkok is known to have heavy traffic during peak hours. The hailing fee is 35 baht and most trips within downtown cost less than 100 baht. A red sign on the front window, if lit, means that the taxi is available.

About Bangkok


Cultural phenomenon, shopping heaven and tourist treasure. Welcome to Bangkok; one of the most cosmopolitan, contrasting and, above all, compelling of Asian cities. A steamy, pulsating, yet smiling metropolis of more than ten million – intense at first, but addictive as anything. Come find your niche among dazzling temples, hotels of every breed and size, eclectic markets, gleaming palaces, ritzy shopping malls, a famous nightlife and the many things in between.


Known as the  "City of Angles", Bangkok provides a diverse, dynamic integration of the ultra-modern and traditional lifesytle with rich in Thai culture  and it age-old charm alongside conventional modern day lifestyle 




The Thailand climate is controlled by tropical monsoons and the weather in Thailand is generally hot and humid across most of the country throughout most of the year. While Thailand’s seasons are generally divided into the hot season, cool season, and rainy season, in reality it’s relatively hot most of the year. The weather in central, northern, and northeastern Thailand (the landlocked provinces) is determined by three seasons, whereas the southern, coastal regions of Thailand feature only two, making the weather in Thailand quite easy to understand and plan a trip around.

Enjoys a tropical climate with three distinct seasons:

  • Summer (hot and dry) from March through May
  • Rainy (hot and wet) from June to October
  • Winter (cool and dry) from November through February

The average annual temperature is 28 degrees centigrade

(83 degrees Fahrenheit)


Covering an area of approximately 514,000 square kilometers (200,000 sq miles), Thailand is the 50th largest country in the world, most nearly equal in size to Spain.   Located just 15 degrees north of the equator, Thailand has a tropical climate and temperatures typically range from 19 to 38 degrees C (66-100 F); monsoon rains fall predominately from May to July and cooler, drier weather occurs around November and December.  Despite the geographical boundaries of Thailand all falling within the tropics, Thailand's four primary regions  (Northen, Southern, East and West) are each grographically and culturally distinct from one another.

While the official Thai language is widely spoken throughout Thailand, many Thais also speak and understand English, though more so in Bangkok and the major tourist areas.  As visitors to Thailand also include many Europeans and other Asians, Thai people's language skills often also include these other languages to varying degrees.  The Thai language itself is challenging to master, but Thai people are happy to help foreigners learn a few words to help them get around.  However, English is typically the common currency for cross-cultural conversation as Thailand hosts visitors from around the world.


In 1993 meters were installed in all city taxis, although most drivers refuse to use them. Drivers almost always charge much higher fares than the meters would tally, but taxis are relatively cheap by Western standards.

A tuk-tuk is a colorful three-wheeled vehicle. Passengers ride in an open-air compartment that offers little protection in an accident. Tuk-tuks are the cheapest—and most dangerous—way to travel within the city. Tuk-tuk drivers weave in and out of dense traffic. Despite the hazards, a ride in a tuktuk may be the most convenient way to travel for a short trip or during rush hour.

Key Tips:

• Beware of scams involving tuk tuks, gem shops, and tailors, particularly around popular tourist attractions. Remember, there is no such thing as a free ride.

• It’s better to flag down taxis that are already driving (the red light means empty); these will generally use the meter while parked taxis typically ask for higher fixed fares or will take you for the proverbial ‘ride’.


As in most provincial capitals, Bangkok features a central market where locals can buy everything from groceries to household appliances and visitors can shop for clothing and other necessary supplies. There are often locally produced handicrafts available at central markets, the occasional night market, and from village workshops in smaller towns throughout the province.

Bangkok has many colorful and crowded markets. Booths sell everything from watches to clothing. Bangkok's most popular exports are silks, jewelry, celadon pottery, lacquerware, masks, carvings, and antiques—all of which are relatively cheap by Western standards.

Bangkok's largest market is the open-air Weekend Market at Chatuchak Park. The Weekend Market is an authentic Asian-style bazaar. Silom Road has both booths and shops and is crowded almost every night. Throughout Bangkok there are many malls and chain stores. Haggling is common in the traditional Thai markets.


While Thai food has a reputation for being spicy, Thai food is actually based on a balance between different flavors including spicy, sour, sweet, salty, and bitter.  This goes beyond simply combining the flavors within an individual dish to incorporate the contrast in flavors between two or three different dishes, which is one reason Thai’s share meals and eat family style. One distinctive aspect of Thai food is the use of fresh herbs and spices as well as the inclusion of fermented fish sauce in nearly every dish –a potential problem for vegetarians, though saying “jay” to indicate you are vegetarian goes a long way. However, there are certainly regional variations in what is typically considered Thai food; these are due to the influences of neighboring countries, such as China, Laos, Burma, and Malaysia.  While some Thai restaurants specialize in specific dishes, most have a huge menu of Thai and western fare and prepare Thai food from throughout the kingdom.

For more information about Bangkok, please click on the website here



Upon arrival in Thailand, foreign citizens must hold a valid passport with at least six months validity, a valid Thai visa, and proof on onward travel. However, visitors from ASEAN or Western countries, including most European, Commonwealth, and North American citizens, are not required to have a Thai visa for visits less than 30 days in Thailand.  They will be granted access through Thailand immigration with a 30 Thai visa waiver, provided upon arrival. After such time, a Thai visa extension from an immigration office or a Thailand visa from an embassy or consulate outside of Thailand is required. Immigration policies are subject to change: check with a Thai Embassy or The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.mfa.go.th) for the latest information.


Thailand's basic unit of currency is the baht, with the exchange rate at approximately 40 baht per U.S.$1.

Click here to check the current currency converter.

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