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WordCamp Asia 2023!

Excited? Excited to attend WordCamp Asia 2023? Yes, WordCamp Asia 2023 is going to be held in Thailand Bangkok at the TRUE ICON Hall in the ICONSIAM building. It is the first flagship WordCamp in Asia starting from 17th to 19th February 2023. This huge event of WordCamp is organized by volunteer members of Asian WordPress communities in 13 countries. More than 1,500 attendees are expected to attend the WordCamp conference coming from all over the world.

The Code of conduct of this event is to unite all WordPress enthusiasts and share their knowledge and experience in a healthy environment. Moreover, it is to increase open-source citizenship by encouraging participants to recognize and strengthen the relationships between what each person does and the community at large.

One needs to take a ticket to attend the event. The standard tickets are priced at  ฿800 (approx. US$22) which includes access to sessions, the afterparty, and swag items. But unfortunately, all the tickets are sold as the event is at its peak, and only 2 days to go. For WordPress users who want to participate online and those who won’t be able to attend WordCamp can go for a Livestream of the event. In addition to the live streams, all of the sessions will be published on after the event for those who may have missed any of the sessions or want to watch them again.

Schedule WordCamp Asia 2023

At WordCamp Asia 2023, there are going to be 53 talks and a panel discussion. There are three halls for the event – Track 1, Track 2, and Track 3. You can watch this day-wise schedule and go according to it.

Contributor Day

WordCamp Asia 2023 will last for 3 days. Contributor day is taking place on the first day of WordCamp Asia 2023, on 17 February 2023. Among the 21 different teams, you can join any of them and contribute. The contributor day session combines diverse teams working on areas ranging from core and community to design and polyglots. Besides this, they will have a group photo in between on the very first day.


The sessions and presentations will take place on the day second and day third. There are topics for every experience level – from starting a WordPress blog to advanced performance and scalability for PHP developers. Theme authors can learn to monetize blocks whereas website owners will get to know about AI translation. Moreover, attendees can explore FSE, a subscription business with no code SaaS. Expert WordPress intelligence will deliver a presentation on various topics which will be fruitful for the development of WordPress.

Centre of Attraction; Matt Mullenweg

WordCamp Asia invites Matt Mullenweg, co-founder of WordPress as WordCamp Asia 2023’s keynote speaker. Matt Mullenweg is also the founder & CEO of Automattic, the company behind, WooCommerce, Jetpack, and Tumblr. The keynote session — Ask Matt Anything (AMA) —  is organized as a Q&A with Nirav Mehta playing the role of emcee and host. Ask Matt Anything (AMA) will take place on 19 February 2023.

Wellness Session and Community Booth

Along with the conference, there will be a wellness Session that includes beginner-friendly yoga and meditation sessions. On the other hand, there will be a community booth where you can contribute to the code, design, documentation, support, and other aspects of the project. Whatever your skills and interests are, there is a way for you to contribute to WordPress and make a positive impact on the community. Community Booth offers opportunities to meet other WordPress enthusiasts and learn to shape the future of WordPress.

Job Board and Side Events

Similarly, The Side Events are also open and accessible to all WordCamp Asia participants. If you would like to promote your products or services, you can join and organize side events. WordCamp Asia 2023, is setting up a physical job board area open to all attendees in the Mingle Area. It will consist of whiteboards where companies and job seekers can post current job openings and contact information.

Swag Store

During Conference, a pop-up swag store is set up for you to purchase two limited-edition swag items. You can purchase a plush toy of Wapuu holding the WordCamp Asia logo serves as an excellent memento of the event which is worth  ฿350. You can purchase a Foldable fan at ฿200 where the design encompasses the themes and spirit of the event.

Sponsors( Siam, Silmon,Asok, Ari, Nana)

Well, It has only 2 days to go. Attendees, speakers, organizers, and sponsors are all set. The Conference only will be successful when all sponsors, volunteers, speakers, attendees, and other participants participate actively right? WordCamp Asia 2023 is supported and sponsored by popular national and international organizations. Cloudways, Jetpack, Yoast SEO, Google, and GodaddyPro are the siam Sponsors whereas Bluehost, Elementor, Hostinger, WpEngine, SiteGround, Gravity Forms, WooCommerce, and WebPros are Silom sponsors. Likewise, Weglot, WPDeveloper, Titan, Pantheon, All in One WP Migration, Tuitor LMS WP Manage Ninja are Asok Sponsors. There are eleven Ari Sponsors such as ThemesPark, Stackable, and Buddyboss. Similarly, there are 12 nana Sponsor companies that are financially supporting WordCamp Asia to run it successfully.

After Party

After party will take place at  Lhong 1919 on Sunday, 19 February 2023. It is located at 248 Chiang Mai Rd, Khlong San, Bangkok. The theme of this year’s after-party is “share your culture,” and attendees are requested to wear something that signifies their country or culture. You can enjoy having various local finger food stalls, food, soft drinks, beer, etc. There will be a local live band iHearBand and DJ Nana for your entertainment. You can hang out, chill and dance with your mates and enjoy the after-party.

Thus, we hope all the aforementioned details of WordCamp Asia 2023 might have definitely filled the hunger of your curiosity. Besides these, Thailand is where you can have plenty of opportunities to explore. You can visit the budget-friendly places of Bangkok. Lumphini Park, Wat Arun, Erawan Shrine, Wat Mahathat, Pak Klong Talad, Baan Silapin Artist’s House, The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, and Chinatown are some of the amazing places one shouldn’t miss visiting in Thailand.

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