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Asia Youth International Model United Nations
3rd – 6th November 2018
Bangkok, Thailand




Over looking Bangkok’s Mahanak Canal, Prince Palace Hotel is situated on Damrongrak Road at the site, which was once Mahanak Palace of Field Marshal Prince Kromaluang Nakhon Chaisri Suradej.


488/800 BoBae Tower Damrongrak Road, Klong Mahanak, Pomprab, Bangkok 10100, Thailand.
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Over looking Bangkok’s Mahanak Canal, Prince Palace Hotel is situated on Damrongrak Road at the site, which was once Mahanak Palace of Field Marshal Prince Kromaluang Nakhon Chaisri Suradej.


488/800 BoBae Tower Damrongrak Road, Klong Mahanak, Pomprab, Bangkok 10100, Thailand.
Asia Youth International Model United Nations (AYIMUN) 2018 aims to provide a platform for young future diplomats to encourage themselves in understanding international issue and policies, debating and sharing perspectives between participants from different background and different ethnicity. The ultimate goal of a MUN conference is to encourage youth awareness of current international relations and issues, understand and try to form possible solution to solve particular issue, whilst providing an atmosphere where participants can improve their communication and diplomatic skill, critical thinking, and networking.


Delegates of Asia Youth International Model United Nations 2018 is targeting 2000 delegates, which consist of:

  • Youth with maximum age of 25 years old from across the globe
  • Students in High School/University or graduates of High School/University
  • Or Youth who are enrolled in International Organizations/Institutions/Companies.
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Delegates of AYIMUN 2018 will be warmly welcomed in Day 1 with an opening ceremony in which a number of agenda will be held. Opening Ceremony will have social event which will contain non-formal activities including:


1. Diplomatic Dinner
Delegates will be having dinner together with other delegates from their own councils, as a preliminary stage to get to know each other and expand the networking of the delegates. Delegates will begin to experience multiculturalism through committee dinner, as they will meet other delegates from foreign countries.
provides MUN 101 and Zero Conference before the committee sessions start, in order for the delegates to learn how MUN works and to understand the Rules of Procedure deeper. This MUN 101 and Zero Conference will be assisted by our Board of Dais. They will explain and teach the delegates step-by-step procedure of the MUN and they will be discussing fun topics in the Zero Conference!

3. Entertainment Session
To make the evening lively, there will be some entertainment sessions during the event. Be it another cultural performance, contemporary performance, or fun ice breaking, the delegates will be able to enjoy the moment through the evening.



Delegates will be required to follow a series of Meeting Sessions. Meeting Session is a formal session in which assigned delegates will discuss about certain issue in each council. In this session, there will be fruitful debates and heated negotiations upon the discussion of each topic throughout the committee sessions in this year as AYIMUN. Delegates will be moderated by Board of Dais during the committee session to ensure that the flow of discussion will result in a comprehensive resolution which will be condensed from every solution and idea that the delegates bring.




AYIMUN will provide a day long symposium with topics Youth On Pursuing Global Peace Through Diplomacy. This session helps the delegates to gain a complete understanding about the importance of diplomacy rather than using military arms to reach peace. There will be some outstanding speakers from different background and institution at the international level. The speakers will discuss about the recent issues regarding to some topics in each council. The purpose of this symposium is to allow all delegates to understand about current International issues and how to come up with those issues through diplomacy.



The Bangkok City Tour is held in order to explore more about Bangkok and to refresh delegates’ minds after the meetings sessions. Delegates are expected to enjoy the magnificent culture destinations in Bangkok. The delegates will get chances to visit only 3 places out of 6. The destinations are:


  1. Wat Pho (The Temple of the Reclining Buddha).
    Wat Pho was built as a restoration of an earlier temple on the same site, Wat Phodharam, with work beginning in 1788. It was restored and extended in the reign of King Rama III (1824-51), and restored again in 1982. Wat Pho (The Temple of the Reclining Buddha), or Wat Phra Chetuphon, is located behind the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and a must-do for any first-time visitor in Bangkok. It’s one of the largest temple complexes in the city and famed for its giant reclining Buddha that measures 46 meters long and is covered in gold leaf.
  2. Wat Arun.
    Wat Arun was envisioned by King Taksin in 1768. It is believed that after fighting his way out of Ayutthaya, which was taken over by a Burmese army at the time, he arrived at this temple just as dawn was breaking. Wat Arun, locally known as Wat Chaeng, is situated on the west (Thonburi) bank of the Chao Phraya River. It is easily one of the most stunning temples in Bangkok, not only because of its riverside location, but also because the design is very different to the other temples you can visit in Bangkok. Wat Arun (or temple of the dawn) is partly made up of colourfully decorated spires and stands majestically over the water.
  3. Wat Benchamabophit.
    One of Bangkok’s most beautiful temples is the Wat Benchamabophit, also known as “the marble temple” or Wat Ben. As it is classified as a first class Royal temple, it is also a temple of significant importance. The official name of the temple is Wat Benchamabophit Dusitwanaram, which means “the Monastery of the fifth King near Dusit Palace”, the fifth King being King Chulalongkorn the Great (Rama V).

  4. Erawan Museum
    Delegates will visit the Erawan Museum which one of Thai Culture and history at two inspiring Bangkok attractions. Explore over 200 acres of beautiful Thai culture, architecture and history at Ancient SiamAt. A huge complex of buildings come together to recreate ancient Thailand at Ancient Siam, get a special insight into Thai culture and religion at the Erawan Museum and Be greeted by a colossal threeheaded elephant statue that stands over the entire Erawan Museum. All inside and out, it’s a fascinating space and well worth a visit.
  5. Wat Saket
    Wat Saket or the Temple of the Golden Mount, Bangkok, is an ancient temple dating back to the Ayutthaya Period. Previously called Wat Sakae, the name was changed to Wat Saket during the reign of King Rama I. The Golden Mount, built under the rule of King Rama V, is 77 meters tall and at the top reside many of Buddhist relics found at Kapilavastu ancient city.
  6. Lumpini Park
    Lumpini Park is an inner-city haven of tranquility, fresh air and shade – offering city dwellers the perfect connection to nature. Named after the birthplace of the Lord Buddha in Nepal, the park is more than half a million square metres big, and the habitat of various flora and fauna. Historically, it dates back to the 1920s and was set to be an exhibition centre for Thai crafts and flower displays. Although this original vision was never fulfilled, Lumpini Park has over the years grown into the endearing centre for outdoor leisure activities for Bangkokians, who would convene before and after sunset to enjoy a round of jog, light workout, aerobics and a host of other recreational activities.



DAY 1, NOVEMBER 3rd 2018

11.00 AM – 02.00 PMAirport Assistance

– DMK (Don Mueang International Airport)
– Suvarnabhumi Airport

12.00 PM – 03.00 PMDepart to hotel
01.00 P.M – 04.00 P.MRegistration for full accommodation delegates Hotel check-in
05.30 P.MRe-registration for Opening Ceremony
06.00 P.M – 06.10 P.MOpening remarks
06.10 P.M – 06.30 P.MKeynote Speaker
06.30 P.M – 07.20 P.MGrand Symposium
07.20 P.M – 08.00 P.MSpecial Session for Ambassador
08.00 P.M – 08.30 P.MDinner
08.30 P.M – 08.40 P.MIntroduction to Chair-Co Chair
08.40 P.M – 09.40 P.MMUN 101
09.40 P.M – 09.50 P.MAdditional information Announcement
09.50 P.M – 10.00 P.MClosing

DAY 2, NOVEMBER 4th 2018

07.30 A.M – 08.00 A.MRegistration per council
08.00 AM – 10.00 AM
Meeting Session 1
10.00 A.M – 10.15 A.MCoffee Break
10.15 A.M – 12.00 P.MMeeting Session 2
12.00 P.M – 01.00 P.MLunch
01.00 P.M – 03.00 P.M
Meeting Session 3
03.30 P.M – 06.00 P.M
Meeting Session 4
04.45 P.M – 05.00 P.M
Coffee Break
06.00 P.M – 08.00 P.M
Meeting Session 5

DAY 3, NOVEMBER 5th 2018

07.00 A.M – 07.30 A.MPreparation
07.00 A.M – 07.30 A.MDeparture Time – Bangkok City Tour
08.00 A.M – 03.00 P.MBangkok City Tour*:

Wat Benchamabophit, Erawan Museum, Wat Saket
Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Khaosan Road or Lumpini Park
*Each delegate will be put into groups and going to 3 different places

03.00 P.M – 03.30 P.M
Back to Hotel
03.30 P.M – 05.00 P.M
Rehearsal for Cultural Performers Preparation
05.30 P.M
Registration for Closing Ceremony/Cultural Performance
06.00 P.M – 06.10 P.M
Closing Remarks
06.10 P.M – 07.10 P.M
Cultural Performance
07.10 P.M – 08.00 P.M
08.00 P.M – 09.00 P.M
Awarding Session
09.00 P.M – 09.10 P.M
After Movie
09.10 P.M – 09.30 P.M

DAY 4, NOVEMBER 6th 2018

09.00 AM – 11.00 AMCheck Out
09.00 A.M – 11.00 A.MAirport Assistance


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