Money never hurts! Wanna earn some easy pocket money…?

Favour friends by introducing this “One in a lifetime – easy, affordable, instant, online, overseas money transfer service”; at the same time make some good money 🤑
Refer three friends by December 31st, 2018 and earn 500 Baht every time you bring someone in. Your friend gets a 500 Baht Voucher too! 💰
Participate and share the joy in 3 simple steps:

STEP1: Bring your friend to register at any DeeMoney branch
Click to see branches

STEP2: Your friend just have just only one form of valid ID
(e.g., your passport, driving license, national ID card)
and do a minimum transfer of 10,000 Baht

STEP3: Both of you receive 500 Baht Voucher
for your next DeeMoney Transfer

You are eligible to invite 3 friends for the above promotion
until December 31st, 2018

 

For more information:
Call Center 02 821 5555


Terms and Conditions:

  • Referrer must be a current DeeMoney Member
  • The referee must be a brand new DeeMoney client with no previous account on file
  • The referrer and referee must both go to a DeeMoney branch in person to register in accordance with voucher conditions
  • Up to 3 referrals maximum per DeeMoney Member during the promotional campaign
  • Referees must complete the registration in person at a DeeMoney Outlet between today 31st December 2018
  • Referees from this campaign must accumulate more than 10,000 THB in transfer transactions to qualify referee and referrer for 500 THB money voucher
  • Referrer and referee can receive the 500 THB voucher at a DeeMoney Branch
  • If the registration or 10,000 THB transaction amount is not completed, DeeMoney retains the right not to issue a voucher
  • Upon referee’s registration approval and 10,000 THB completed transaction within the promotional period, then both the referrer and referee will both receive a 500 THB voucher to top-up their next DeeMoney transfer transaction
  • This promotion can apply only customer who sends money to Australia, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Langa, United Kingdom, United States of America and Vietnam during the Promotion Period
  • In case there are multiple referrers for the same referee, DeeMoney reserves the right to accord the referral 500 THB voucher to the first referrer
  • Referrer and referees who receive a reward and share on Facebook or any similar social media network allow DeeMoney the right to use such posts for advertising
  • DeeMoney reserves the right at its discretion to terminate this program or to vary, delete or add to any of these terms and conditions as appropriate without prior notice
  • In the case of any dispute, DeeMoney’s judgment is deemed absolute and final

Are you tired of being at the mercy of banks when you move money? You may live in Thailand, but no doubt you want to send funds for bills, expenses, and your family all over the world. So, why does it feel like your money is shackled to your bank account? And why is the cost of releasing it so high?

In today’s society where we can live and work practically anywhere, moving money should be frictionless. But so often it isn’t.

High exchange rates, exorbitant bank/transaction fees, and hidden charges all work to cripple our hard-accumulated funds the minute we even consider sending money abroad. Sending money out of Thailand is both challenging and expensive—everyone’s least favorite combination of factors. Repeat an exchange transaction more than once, and you may as well gift wrap your money for the bank with a bow.

We know you’re not alone with these frustrations too. Members of expat forums for cities all over Thailand see the oft-repeated question time and again, “What’s the best way to send my money abroad?” Because to date, there hasn’t been a cost-effective, transparent solution available.

SWIFT transactions—which are anything but—are expensive, just like Western Union. Thai Bank transfers for foreigners involve tedious forms and multiple document verification followed by a three-day wait just to attach an international account to your personal one. That’s before you then suffer the high exchange rates and processing fees of up to, and beyond, 1300 THB. Attaching a business account—don’t bother trying.

Sure, it’s free to send money through PayPal, but your recipient loses out on a significant chunk at the other end thanks to the company’s high commission charges which take some finding on their website. Payoneer’s ‘Global Payment Service’ is yet to include THB. So first, you need to exchange your money before you can ACH it across to another country. And TransferWise doesn’t offer the capability to upload THB. (Yes, you can trade THB, but you can’t add it to your balance—even with the new borderless account.)

But what am I telling you this for? You know all this already and have chalked up the frustrations to “This Is Thailand.”

There is, however, a new solution. At the top of Soi 8 on Sukhumvit Road is the headquarters for DeeMoney. With just one form of ID, you can register to become a member in a matter of moments. DeeMoney is the ONLY non-bank in Thailand to hold the required special international money transfer and money exchange licenses, issued by the Bank of Thailand, for moving THB abroad. We cater to 5000+ customers already.

 

Launched in July 2018, DeeMoney is partnered with Moneygram for global distribution. We also leverage direct partnerships for countries outside of the Moneygram network to ensure customers can send money to 16 countries as swiftly and easily as possible. For these 16 countries, we charge a single FLAT fee of 150 baht for ALL transfer amounts. Which means you can send up to 800,000 THB and still only pay 150 THB for the opportunity.

Compare this with other companies and banks mentioned above which stagger rates the more you wish to send, and the savings become astronomical.

In addition to ease of registration, there’s also a DeeMoney app available on Android and from the App Store. The app works with KPlus linking quickly and easily to your Thai bank account or you have the option to pay for your transfer through a QR Code too. Now you can send money abroad anytime, anywhere all from your phone. There’s no need to log on to a laptop to make an international bank transfer—consider that a thing of the past.

The 150THB FLAT rate is for transfers to Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, the UK, the US, and Vietnam.

No hidden charges. No high exchange rates. No additional transaction fees. Everything is as clear as Dee.

DeeMoney, what are you waiting for?

 

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Women’s Cricket World Cup: Mithali Raj-led India ready for final vs England

India captain Mithali Raj has warned England not to expect an easy contest when they come up against her side in the Women’s World Cup final on Sunday.
Harmanpreet Kaur struck an astonishing unbeaten 171 — the highest score by an Indian player, male or female, in a World Cup knockout match — to set the platform for a thrilling 36-run semi-final victory over defending champions Australia at Derby on Thursday.

That set-up a rematch of the opening fixture of the tournament, where India beat England by 35 runs, to decide who lifts the World Cup trophy in front of a sell-out Lord’s crowd.
“As a team we are all very excited to be part of the final,” said Raj, reflecting on India reaching their first World Cup final since 2005.

 

“We knew that this tournament wasn’t going to be easy but the way the girls have turned up at every situation when the team needed, whether it was the batters or bowlers, this win has definitely changed the scenario in terms of how the girls will look up to the final.

“It definitely isn’t going to be easy for England. But it will come down to how we perform on that day. We really have to work on our planning and strategy because England have also peaked after being defeated by us in the first game.

 

“They have performed well in the run up to the final, so playing a host in their own country is going to be a challenge. But saying that this unit is up for it.”

Player-of-the-match Harmanpreet Kaur hit an unbeaten 171 off 115 balls, the second highest score of the tournament.

Only her third ODI century, Harmanpreet Kaur produced an innings of destructive batting, smashing 20 fours and seven sixes, as India set six-time champions Australia 282 to win.

Elyse Villani’s 75 kept Australia above the required run rate but their dreams of making it to a ninth final was lost when she was dismissed, despite the best efforts of Alex Blackwell (90) late on.

For pre-tournament favourites Australia, it meant a second international tournament in a row without silverware despite reaching the knockout rounds in both.

A defeated Meg Lanning cut a solemn figure and the captain believes there’s a lot for Australia to improve on if they’re to achieve more silverware, although they are still waiting on their future with contract discussions on-going between Cricket Australia and Australian Cricketers’ Association.

“It’s definitely a very disappointing finish to the tournament, we came here to win,” said Lanning who was out for nought.

“We’re going to have to look at a few things and see what we’re going to need to do, because all of the teams around the world are improving.

“We’ve got a fair bit of work to do to make sure we keep getting better to make sure we beat sides like England and India.”

TravPax 5 fuels new business model

TravPax customers were given a peep preview of the company’s newest product, TravPax Project 5, that is due to launch across the region in mid-2017.

More than 80 of the company’s customers and suppliers attended the TravPax Academy 6 event, in Pattaya over the weekend when TravPax CEO Laurent Maytal officially announced the roll out the new system.

 

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TravPax offers travel companies a complete booking and dynamic travel packaging platform that links them to the inventory of more than 60 global travel suppliers.

Established six years ago the company has grown to become the largest travel IT company in Southeast Asia based on IT staff on its payroll.

Its operational base is in Bangkok where a team of developers have just competed the Beta edition of TravPax 5.

“We have 73 IT staff who have been working on TravPax 5, which will transform our business model from that of a travel IT company to that of a land content GDS,” he told guests attending the event.

Built from scratch  and including data collection and feedback from agents, TravPax 5 has a development bill in the region of USD2 million.

“90% of all our profits has gone into R&D, Maytal said, TravPax 5 a new concept with an all-new mobile platform, fast, stable, state-of-the-art tech that supports DMCs and outbound travel firms and just about everyone in travel.”

The company claims a customer base of close to 80 companies that pay a monthly fee to run the in-cloud  booking system and travel packaging platform.

The list includes companies in the US, Europe, the Middle East, but the bulk of travel firms using TravPax are in Asia, where the company sees the biggest potential for growth.

They can tap an inventory of online packages and travel services offered by 60 wholesalers and suppliers as well as three major global distribution systems (Amadeus, Sabre and Travelport).

Speed and stability were the two topics the CEO hammered home in his 30-minute presentation that relied heavily on a real-time demo of TravPax 5.

It was impressively fast to watch. In less than a second the system displayed 1,200 hotel rates and availability in Paris, “faster than Agoda,” the CEO claimed. “We can process 20,000 requests in 0.8 seconds flat.”

“We have invested heavily in new cache technology that allows our customers to access the cheapest possible options for their clients in less than a second.”

Another key feature for customers is the ability to set up a network of sub-agents who then have immediate access to create their own website that taps the inventory of their principal. It extends the sales footprint of the TravPax customer allowing them to appoint and supply their sub-agents with an inventory of travel products globally.

TravPax currently offers airline, hotel, attractions, land travel packages, transfers and transport services on a single platform.

But the all-new TravPax 5 fills the product gaps delivering a full range of travel products including insurance, visas, attraction, sports and show bookings car rental, train and fleet management through GPS.

A travel company can identify when a guest has been picked up by limousine and the PNR is updated when the transfer has been completed in real-time.

As TravPax 5 rolls out in 2017, the company’s business model will evolve adding a new revenue stream based on segment booking fees.

Currently it relies entirely on monthly fees from 80 member companies, but as the company migrates from the role of an IT company to that of a land GDS, revenue from segment booking fees will increase.

The migration to distribution fees begins in the Philippines where the company has opened an office with six staff and a country manager recruited from Amadeus.

The priority is to recruit 400 small agents who will use TravPax 5 and pay USD1 per booking segment.

“Collectively small agents have huge buying power, but it is difficult to secure supplier-by-supplier agreements… with our system they have access to the inventory of 60 suppliers and three airline GDS and leading low-cost airlines.”

The Philippines is the test-bed. If the experiment works then it will be replicated in Hong Kong and other markets in Asia with a recruiting target of 3,000 travel agents by 2018.

If that sounds on the low side, TravPax’s CEO points out there are systems that say they have up to 60,000 agents, but he argues that booking data shows 60% are “sleeping agents.”

“Having a network of 3,000 active agents in Asia is huge, the potential is enormous based on segments fees.”

He noted that a single PNR could have 10 segment bookings.

TravPax taps the inventory of 60 suppliers, but day-to-day the system’s biggest clients are using a maximum of 22 suppliers.

“We are covering the world twice offer, in fact 10 suppliers would cover the travel market’s global inventory adequately.”

Commenting on challenges he identifies language.

“In China where we have an office, the system is in Chinese but the content sourced from suppliers worldwide is in English. It has to change… the content has to be translated into many different languages in Asia to tap the full potential online bookings.”

TravPax 5 fuels new business model

TravPax customers were given a peep preview of the company’s newest product, TravPax Project 5, that is due to launch across the region in mid-2017.

More than 80 of the company’s customers and suppliers attended the TravPax Academy 6 event, in Pattaya over the weekend when TravPax CEO Laurent Maytal officially announced the roll out the new system.

 

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TravPax offers travel companies a complete booking and dynamic travel packaging platform that links them to the inventory of more than 60 global travel suppliers.

Established six years ago the company has grown to become the largest travel IT company in Southeast Asia based on IT staff on its payroll.

Its operational base is in Bangkok where a team of developers have just competed the Beta edition of TravPax 5.

“We have 73 IT staff who have been working on TravPax 5, which will transform our business model from that of a travel IT company to that of a land content GDS,” he told guests attending the event.

Built from scratch  and including data collection and feedback from agents, TravPax 5 has a development bill in the region of USD2 million.

“90% of all our profits has gone into R&D, Maytal said, TravPax 5 a new concept with an all-new mobile platform, fast, stable, state-of-the-art tech that supports DMCs and outbound travel firms and just about everyone in travel.”

The company claims a customer base of close to 80 companies that pay a monthly fee to run the in-cloud  booking system and travel packaging platform.

The list includes companies in the US, Europe, the Middle East, but the bulk of travel firms using TravPax are in Asia, where the company sees the biggest potential for growth.

They can tap an inventory of online packages and travel services offered by 60 wholesalers and suppliers as well as three major global distribution systems (Amadeus, Sabre and Travelport).

Speed and stability were the two topics the CEO hammered home in his 30-minute presentation that relied heavily on a real-time demo of TravPax 5.

It was impressively fast to watch. In less than a second the system displayed 1,200 hotel rates and availability in Paris, “faster than Agoda,” the CEO claimed. “We can process 20,000 requests in 0.8 seconds flat.”

“We have invested heavily in new cache technology that allows our customers to access the cheapest possible options for their clients in less than a second.”

Another key feature for customers is the ability to set up a network of sub-agents who then have immediate access to create their own website that taps the inventory of their principal. It extends the sales footprint of the TravPax customer allowing them to appoint and supply their sub-agents with an inventory of travel products globally.

TravPax currently offers airline, hotel, attractions, land travel packages, transfers and transport services on a single platform.

But the all-new TravPax 5 fills the product gaps delivering a full range of travel products including insurance, visas, attraction, sports and show bookings car rental, train and fleet management through GPS.

A travel company can identify when a guest has been picked up by limousine and the PNR is updated when the transfer has been completed in real-time.

As TravPax 5 rolls out in 2017, the company’s business model will evolve adding a new revenue stream based on segment booking fees.

Currently it relies entirely on monthly fees from 80 member companies, but as the company migrates from the role of an IT company to that of a land GDS, revenue from segment booking fees will increase.

The migration to distribution fees begins in the Philippines where the company has opened an office with six staff and a country manager recruited from Amadeus.

The priority is to recruit 400 small agents who will use TravPax 5 and pay USD1 per booking segment.

“Collectively small agents have huge buying power, but it is difficult to secure supplier-by-supplier agreements… with our system they have access to the inventory of 60 suppliers and three airline GDS and leading low-cost airlines.”

The Philippines is the test-bed. If the experiment works then it will be replicated in Hong Kong and other markets in Asia with a recruiting target of 3,000 travel agents by 2018.

If that sounds on the low side, TravPax’s CEO points out there are systems that say they have up to 60,000 agents, but he argues that booking data shows 60% are “sleeping agents.”

“Having a network of 3,000 active agents in Asia is huge, the potential is enormous based on segments fees.”

He noted that a single PNR could have 10 segment bookings.

TravPax taps the inventory of 60 suppliers, but day-to-day the system’s biggest clients are using a maximum of 22 suppliers.

“We are covering the world twice offer, in fact 10 suppliers would cover the travel market’s global inventory adequately.”

Commenting on challenges he identifies language.

“In China where we have an office, the system is in Chinese but the content sourced from suppliers worldwide is in English. It has to change… the content has to be translated into many different languages in Asia to tap the full potential online bookings.”

‘Contemporary World Film Series’ at TK Park Second film, in October

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After the resounding success of the Opening Film of our new, monthly film-series, we are delighted to announce our next film, in October.

‘WHITE GOD’ (Hungary), 2014, 2 hrs 1 min, directed by Kornél Mundruczó ,on SATURDAY, 22 OCTOBER, 4 pm.

Movie trailer

 

White God’, set in the beautiful Hungarian capital-city of Budapest, is a strong and inspiring tale of the love between a 13-year -old girl, Lili, and her half-breed ‘mongrel’ dog, Hagen. Lili brings him when she comes to live with her estranged father. But her father refuses to keep him at home, and abandons him on the streets. Lili is heartbroken, but cannot find him. Being a half-breed mongrel, the law is against him. Hagen is caught and sold to a dog-fighter, who teaches him how to fight and kill. After that, Hagen becomes a killer dog, and soon gangs up with 250 dogs in the city, to wreak revenge on the humans who had treated them badly.

Like our Opening Film ‘Fair Play’, this film asks many questions, especially about inequalities, not just between men and animals, but between men of different race and breeding.

The Opening and Closing scenes, of 250 dogs running across the streets of the city, have stunned film critics and audiences. While Lili is partaking in a beautiful concert, the angry dogs of the city growl outside the music-hall. The audience watches with baited breath, to see who will win- the dogs, humans, or the Love between the two?

The movie is as symbolic as its emotional, and has moved audiences around the world.

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New York Times: ‘A fierce and beautiful parable.’

Variety: ‘Moving, technically masterful film.’

Hollywood Reporter: ‘Under its furry skin, an angry allegory for political and cultural tensions in contemporary Europe.’

 

White God won the Prize Un Certain Regard at the prestigious Cannes Festival, where Hagen, the dog, also won an unprecedented  Palm Dog Award. The film was screened at various festivals around the world, and was Hungary’s entry for the Oscars in 2014.

 

‘WHITE GOD’ (with English and THAI sub-titles), will be screened at TK park, on Saturday, 22 OCTOBER, at 4 pm.

  (Thailand Knowledge Park- 8th Floor, Central World, Dazzle Zone, Ph.- 02 2574300)

The screening of White God is supported by the Embassy of Hungary, and is the Opening Event of the Hungarian Arts & Culture Week in Bangkok.

Hungarian Ambassador HE Dr Peter Jakab will introduce the film.

Snacks and refreshments will be served by the Hungarian Embassy, after the screening. 

*** (The film is suitable for age-group 15+) ****

 

Entry Fee: 20 B Entry-Fee (for One-Day Pass.)

 www.tkpark.or.th

Film Auditorium will open at 3:00 pm

For Reservations – yuttinai@tkpark.or.th , https://goo.gl/trhBHp or scan this >>

Pl Reserve Early, to ensure seats.

 

Mackinnons American Express Travel chose TravPax

Mackinnons American Express Travel (MAET)  one of the leading Sri Lankan travel agents specialize in business travel and leisure travel products, chose TravPax system to power their Online and front office reservations. 

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Singapore,

TravPax Solutions (Singapore) today announced that they have signed an agreement with Mackinnons American Express Travel to implement TravPax 4.4 with its fully automated reservation system including “cheapest available rate” selection connected to an unlimited number of non-air wholesalers, multiple GDS and low cost airlines.

TravPax will allow Mackinnons American Express Travel   to increase its non-air products inventory to a worldwide scale, optimise hotels and package costs by instantly comparing the best price among multiple suppliers and inclusive with the best deal offering to its corporate and B2C customers online & offline. Mackinnons American Express, will be able to offer instant dynamic packages of Air + Land with instant searches of the most optimized combination.

TravPax Automated reservation system with its B2C & B2B platform for online and counter for offline will support Mackinnons American Express optimization strategy for accelerating time to market allowing its vast clients to receive instant confirmations at best possible rates.

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About  Mackinnons American Express Travel

Mackinnons American Express Travel (MAET) is one of Sri Lanka’s leading travel agents operating a range of specialized business and leisure travel products. Whether you are looking to book a short weekend break, a business trip or a family holiday tours to Disneyland MAET can cater to all your requirements. From air tickets to hotels to travel insurance we have it all and are committed to providing the best quality travel products and travel services to our customers. Mackinnons Travels (Pvt) Ltd was established in 1971 and gained International Air Transportation Association (IATA) status in 1976. In 1979 they became the sole representative for American Express Travel in Sri Lanka and entered into a joint venture with American Express Travels in October 2002 thus becoming Mackinnons American Express Travel. “Experience Matters” is the tag line associated with American Express…. This is exactly what we aim to give you when you travel through Mackinnons Holidays…the experience of your life!! and an unforgettable one at that! Join us Now!!

http://www.mackinnonstravels.com


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About TravPax Solutions

The TravPax system is industry wide recognized as the most technologically advanced, low cost yet high yield Travel Management solution available. It is cloud based and already working with some of the biggest Travel Agents and Tour Operators in Asia as well as GDS & Airline operators. TravPax fully covers every business aspect in the travel industry. With a powerful FIT & Group Reservation System, Operation Management System, Accounting Modules for AR/AP along with Product Management Modules for Hotels, Flights, Tours, Transfers, Sightseeing, Car Rentals in single and multi, dynamic packages.  www.travpax.com

Mass Participation is Expected at the Largest Gaensha Festival in Thailand

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Vishwa Hindu Parishad Association Thailand and Partners are set to host the Largest Ganesh Festival 2016 events in Bangkok and Nakhorn Nayok at eight locations in Thailand during 5th to 11th Sep 2016. 

The purpose of these events is to celebrate the annual Ganesh Chaturthi (Birthday of Lord Ganesha = Phra Phi Kanesh) festival and promote historical social and cultural relations between India and Thailand. 

This year, the festival activities are also aimed to celebrate the 70th anniversary of His Majesty the King’s accession to the throne and pray for the good health and wellness of the Royal Family and prosperity in Thailand.

The Ganesha Festival @ Bangkok on Saturday, 10th Sep 2016 at National Stadium BTS Station (Near MBK Shopping Mall) is being organized by VHP Association Thailand and partners and supported by Hindu Temples and Associations of Thai & Indian community. It is expected more than 10,000 devotees of Shri Ganesha will join this largest celebration in the heart of Bangkok. Devotees of Ganesha will enjoy variety of activities throughout the day such as Ganehsa Sthapna Pujan, Dahi Handi Celebration, Vegetarian Food and Souvenir Stalls, Ganesha Maha Bhog, We Love Ganesha Painting Competition and the spectacular cultural program to promote local talent in Thailand. 

7th Ganesha Festival @ Nakhorn Nayok on Sunday, 11th Sep 2016 will be jointly organized by VHP Association Thailand and Utthyan Ganesh Temple, Nakhorn Nayok during 5-11 Sep 2016. Visarjan of idols of Shri Ganesha in a ceremonial procession is scheduled on Sunday 11th Sep 2016 from Bangkok to Nakhorn Nayok. Similar to previous years, thousands of devotees will join the Ganesha festival at Nakhorn Nayok and about 1,500 devotees will travel from Bangkok. Visarjan ceremony will be jointly organized by Ganesha festival partners at Nakhorn Nayok. 

Lai Haraoba, a talented female group led by Ms. Devlina Kumar, India will also perform live at above festival location supported by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) and Embassy of India in Thailand. 

H.E. Shri Bhagwant S. Bishnoi, Ambassdor of India to Thailand will join the Ganesha Festival celebration as Chief Guest of Honor. 

“We believe that this Largest Ganesha festival in Thailand will further develop people-to-people interactions and strengthen socio-economic and cultural relations between India and Thailand. said Susheel Kumar Saraff, President, VHP Association Thailand”.

All are welcome to join the Ganesha’s divine blessings events.

For further information, please contact:

Shri Ganesha Festival Events Secretariat

Call: 081 890 6227

Email: vhp@vhpthailand.org 

Website: www.vhpthailand.org

“The global face of Indian stand-up” Forbes Magazine

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“One of the most influential comedians around the world.” Toastmaster International
“The energy and attitude of an Indian Chris Rock.” Manchester Comedy

The Comedy Club Bangkok is proud to be presenting Papa CJ, one of the most globally recognised Indian stand-up comedians. He has won awards for both Asia’s and India’s Best Stand-up Comedian. He is also the only Indian stand-up comedian to have performed in the hugely popular American TV Show-Last Comic Standing.

Papa CJ has performed over 2000 shows across five continents. His work has been broadcast on NBC, BBC, Comedy Central, Showtime, MTV, Paramount, The Comedy Channel, ITV and a host of other international networks. He taped a Showtime USA Stand-up Comedy Special with Russell Peters in Amsterdam and in the American TV show Last Comic Standing, he was adjudged one of the top ten acts from over 3000 contestants across the world.

฿600 in advance with a FREE DRINK and drinks specials including ฿85 beers @ComedyClubBangkok.com and The Royal Oak pub! ฿800 on the door.

Tickets on sale NOW. Any inquries/group booking please email Chris@ComedyClubBangkok.com

The Style Souk