The Theosophical
Society in Australia

Launceston Lodge

Indo-Pacific Triennial Conference

Enquiries

don't miss this once in a three-year opportunity!

Your gracious hosts, the Theosophical Society in the Philippines,  invite you to the 2019 Info-Pacific Conference. 9-12 November 2019


Venue

Microtel Wyndham Hotel, UP Ayala Techno Hub, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Conference Fee

US $600 single occupancy; US $400 per person double occupancy
This covers the convention fee, accommodation for 5 nights (8-12 November), all meals and snacks, the convention kit, the city tour, a visit to the Golden Link College, and of course access to all conference activities.
Estimated cost of airport transfer is $US 20-25
Check in from 2 pm, check out by noon

For extended stays or any other arrangements please email ipcmanila2019@gmail.com 
Click DOWNLOAD above for the registration form and email it to ipcmanila2019@gmail.com
All enquiries to Dr Roselmo Doval Santos (click on ENQUIRIES above)

Payments (in US dollars) by direct credit

Account Name: The Theosophical Society in the Philippines
Account Number:    014-201401064-0
Address: Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company (Metro Bank)
               Plaza Cervantes Binondo, Metro Manila, Philippines
Swift-Code: MBTC-PHMM

Payments by PayPal (also in US dollars)

Account: philtheos1@gmail.com
Account name: Philippine Theosophical Foundation, Inc



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