TAT hosts Amazing Thailand “ASEAN Media Fam Trip from Bangkok to Siem Riep”


TAT hosts Amazing Thailand “ASEAN Media Fam Trip  from Bangkok to Siem Riep” on September 6 -11, 2013

Bangkok – September 5, 2013: A total of 21 prominent online foreign media from East and South Asia – Japan, China, Taiwan, India, and Thailand – have been invited to join the Amazing Thailand “ASEAN Media Fam Trip from Bangkok to Siem Reap” during September 6-11, 2013. The international media joining will be top bloggers and online journalists from Thailand’s main tourist markets in Asia. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is conducting this media trip to promote land and air connectivity with neighbouring countries such as Cambodia in advance of Thailand’s entry into the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015.

Mr.Suraphon Svetasreni, TAT Governor, said “TAT is proud to present this eastern route from Bangkok to Siem Reap via the diverse attractions of Nakhon Nayok, Prachin Buri, and Sa Kaeo.  We feel there are many unseen things in those provinces that tourists can enjoy before or after a cross-border visit of the splendors of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap.  We want to show that this route is not only a convenient passage to the Greater Mekong Subregion, but is also a fabulously unique tourist region in itself.

The trip will take the media to explore another side of Bangkok at Taling Chan Floating Market then change gears to the busy and world-renowned Chatuchak Weekend Market.

On the second day, the tour moves out from Bangkok to Nakhon Nayok Province, the scenic Khun Dan Prakarnchon Dam, the largest and longest roller compacted concrete dam in the world. Not far from the reservoir, the group will pay a visit to the Bhumirak Dhamachart Project, which is a multimedia museum displaying His Majesty’s concrete ideas and theories for the development of agriculture.

Next day, the group will visit a historical building as well as relax with a traditional Thai massage at the Chao Phraya Abhaibhubate Hospital. After that, moving on to Ban Dong Krathong Yam, the tour will explore the local culture of the Thai Puan people. Then, one last stop before crossing to Cambodia is the bustling Rong Kluea border market in Aranyaprathet.

The Cambodian portion of the trip will include visits to the majestic historical sites of

Prasat Ta Phrom, Prasat Bayon and conclude at the World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat.  Mr. Tith Chantha, Director General, Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia, hosts a dinner for the group in Siem Reap on September 10.

Lampang Historical Train and Horse Carriage Festival4

Lying about 600 kilometers north of Bangkok, Lampang is an old province that is well worth a visit. It is the only province in Thailand where horse-drawn carriages are still used as a means of public transport.

Lampang Historical Train and Horse Carriage Festival1

The province welcomes all visitors to its “Lampang Historical Train and Horse Carriage Festival,” to be held from 1 to 5 April 2013.

Lampang Historical Train and Horse Carriage Festival

The festival, the 14th of its kind, will take place in front of the Nakhon Lampang Railway Station in Mueang district. It will commemorate the history of Lampang’s train service and horse carriages.

“Lampang Historical Train and Horse Carriage Festival,” to be held from 1 to 5 April 2013

Among the activities during the five-day festival are cultural performances, a light and sound show, a bazaar of local products, a food festival, and an exhibition on the history of train service and horse carriages in Lampang. Visitors will experience an old-style market where participants dress in traditional costumes, and they may go on a city tour in horse-drawn carriages to visit the various attractions.


Lampang is located in the middle of the valley of the Wang River, and the province covers a vast area of forest. One of the natural resources found in this province is white clay, which is used to make high-quality ceramics. The ceramics industry has become an important industry in Lampang, which is noted for its excellent ceramics – souvenirs and other products crafted from ceramics have made a name for this province.

white elephant ceramics Lampang

The town of Lampang has a long history dating back to the Hariphunchai Kingdom, which is believed to have been founded in the seventh or early eighth century. During the reign of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V), the first horse carriage was brought from Bangkok for use in Lampang. Horse carriages were also introduced for use as public transport in other northern provinces, such as Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phrae, Nan, and Mae Hong Son, but they have not been used in those provinces for a number of years.

In 1952, an association, called the Horse Carriage in Lampang Province, was established to operate the horse-drawn cart business there. For most Thais, the symbol of Lampang is the horse-drawn carriage.

Lampang Historical Train and Horse Carriage Festival,” to be held from 1 to 5 April 2013.

During the reign of King Chulalongkorn, who ruled the Kingdom from 1868 to 1910, railway transport was introduced into Thailand. The first royal train arrived at the Nakhon Lampang Railway Station in Lampang on 1 April 1916 in the reign of King Vajiravudh (Rama VI). Passengers could ride in comfort from Nakhon Lampang Station to town in one of the many horse carriages available.

For nearly a century, trains and horse carriages have played a vital role as means of transportation in Lampang, for both business and pleasure.

Lampang Historical Train and Horse Carriage Festival,” to be held from 1 to 5 April 2013.

In the past, Lampang was regarded simply as a picturesque town where tourists could make a brief stop on their way to Chiang Mai, the largest city in northern Thailand. The province is now a focal point for elephant conservation in Thailand. It is the location of the Thai Elephant Conservation Center, which has become a major tourist attraction in the North and has helped promote eco-tourism in Thailand.

Thai Elephant Conservation Center Lampang


content source: http://thailand.prd.go.th/view_news.php?id=6698&a=2

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Welcome to the exclusive world of our Centre Point Hotel and Residence on Wireless Road. Luxurious elegance in Thai contemporary style on prestigious Wireless Road, the ultimate space in an ultimate place. Furnished with typically Thai motifs, you will find an excellent combination of Thai style and state-of-the-art-technology. Walking distance to Sukhumvit Road, Suan Lum Night Market and Lumpini Park, with easy access to the Central Shopping district and Silom Road, this beautiful residence has it all.

A number of major countdown festivals, new year celebrations, and travel-related events which are to be held in December 2011 and early 2012, will ensure a lively and vibrant calendar of activities over the holiday season. Here are some that have been confirmed:

Bangkok and Central Region
– Bangkok Countdown Ha Ha Ha 2012 on 31 December 2011 at CentralWorld Square, Ratchaprasong
– Make a Wish Countdown 2012 on 31 December 2011 at the Park Paragon, Siam Paragon
– Ploenchit Happiness on 18 December 2011 / 14.00-22.00 hrs between Ploenchit and Chidlom Roads
– 9 Sacred Places on 17-18 and 24-25 December 2011 and 1-2, 7-8 and 14-15 January 2012 at Rattanakosin Island and along the Chao Phraya River
– Miracle Smile@Thailand on 24-25 December 2011, at Khao San and Tanao Roads
– Annual Merit Making 2012 on 1 January 2012 at the urban area, BMA Office
– New Year Festival at Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market on 31 December 2011, Samut Prakan province
– Christmas@Chachoengsao on 24-25 December 2011, near Bang Pa Kong River, Chachoengsao province

Khon Kaen
– Amazing Fantasy World on 29-31 December 2011 at Si Chan Road, Khon Kaen province

Hat Yai
– Night Paradise Hat Yai Countdown 2012 on 30-31 December 2011 at the Odeon Fashion Mall, Hat Yai, Songkhla province

-Colorful Phuket Countdown 2012 on 29-31 December 2011 at the Sanamchai Ground
– Phuket Electronic Music and Dance Festival 2012 on 30-31 December 2011, Karon Beach

Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai
– Countdown 2012 on 31 December 2011 to 1 January 2012 at the Chalermprakiat Hall
– New Year’s Eve and Happy New Year 2012 on 30 December 2011 to 1 January 2012 in Chiang Saen district



Centre Point Silom is situated on the bank of the Chao Phraya River, “The River of Kings” in times gone by was the focal point of Thai lifestyle. As it was in the past, so it is today. Silom Road was originally a tree-lined canal, one of many in old Bangkok which once was called “The Venice of the East”. Thai riverside life is still celebrated and there’s nowhere better than the Centre Point Silom Executive Serviced Apartments.

“The Centre Point Silom is a great place to stay whether on holiday or business. It is in the central business district of Bangkok, with the BTS Sky Train only a two minute walk away. The River is also a 2 minute walk away with its water taxi services and tour boats. The hotel food is fantastic, with a wide variety of local and international foods.”

Room Tip: Go for the 1 bedroom apartment, they are good value and very spacious!

Sukhumvit Road is the location for the Rembrandt Hotel, offering convenient and easy access to numerous popular tourist attractions as well as a numerous shopping and dining opportunities in the downtown Bangkok area.

Airport transfers are offered to guests, making it easy to get to and from the international airport. Sky Train stations in the nearby vicinity also make it easy for guests to access the popular destinations in the district.

420 rooms at the Rembrandt Hotel are well appointed with security safes, cable/satellite television, mini-bars and air-conditioning of the comfort of guests. Larger suites with special privileges are also available and may include butler services, pre-dinner cocktails and daily personalized breakfasts.

The Rembrandt Hotel is located near a variety of popular Mexican restaurants and other entertainment venues. The hotel itself offers a host of meeting and conference facilities. Other facilities at the hotel include a fitness center and beauty salon.

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Holiday Inn Resort Regent Beach Cha-Am

The Cha-Am/Hua Hin area is famous for its kilometers of white sand beach along the sunrise side of the Gulf of Siam. Located only within two and a half hours drive from Bangkok or 10 minutes drive from Hua Hin International Airport. Hotel transportations are available between Bangkok International Airport and Hua Hin International Airport Holiday Inn Resort Regent Beach Cha-Am offers a diverse range of accommodation styles. The Main Wing comprises 367 rooms surrounded by the lush gardens. The Regency Wing and Anavana Villas offer a more up-scale accommodation and consist of 160 Regency Rooms and Suites and 33 units of Thai designed Anavana Villas in the gardens at the beachfront. It is located close to the Cha-Am and Hua Hin night markets, and has 6 Golf Courses located within 40 minutes drive from the Resort. The Resort has a 24-hour coffee shop, 2 specialty restaurants, a lobby bar and fun pub. 24-hour room service is available. Recreational facilities are available in the form of 2 swimming pools & kids pool, kids’ club, outdoor Jacuzzi, tennis courts, squash courts, table tennis, snooker room, bicycling, etc.. The Tea Tree Spa offers a range of therapies including reflexology. The Resort comprises one of the largest convention and meeting centre in Cha-Am/Hua Hin with 16 meeting rooms. The largest Ballroom with a capacity up to 2,00 people. The Lakeside Pavilion is an ideal location for exhibitions and banquets., We are pleased to inform you that as part of our beautification program, the Regency Wing which is separated from the Main Wing building will undergo refurbishment from 1st Ap

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Room Service, Restaurant, Pet Friendly, Bar / Lounge, Air Conditioned, Non-Smoking Rooms, Mini Bar, Refrigerator, Cable / Satellite TV, In Room Movies, Kitchenette, Coffee / Tea Maker, Hair Dryer, TV


Fitness Room/Gym, Swimming pool, Tour Desk, Tennis Courts, Sauna, Bath / Hot Tub, Spa bath / Jacuzzi, Garden, Steam Room, Massage, Barber/Beauty Shop


Business Center, Concierge, Elevator / Lift, 24 Hour Reception, Babysitting / Child Services, Banquet Facilities, Conference Room(s), Currency Exchange, Safe-Deposit Box, Security Guard, News Stand, ATM / Cash Machine, Porters, Laundry service, Direct dial phone, Ballroom


High-speed Internet is available at this hotel. Internet via modem/data port is available.


Parking is available. There is an airport shuttle that runs from the hotel.

Thai tourism entrepreneurs are avoiding from being impacted by the European economic slump by placing more emphasis on Asian markets, according to the Tourism Council of Thailand (TCT).

Although the overall number of foreign tourists coming to Thailand has been on the rise this year, TCT Chairman Kongkrit Hiranyakit indicated that the proportion of European visitors was expected to shrink in the fourth quarter with a growth rate of only 5 percent year-on-year, as opposed to the previous target of 10-15 percent. He then urged entrepreneurs to keep a close watch on the expansion of the tourist number next year as well as the strength of Thai tourism.

Amid the current volatility in European economies, the TCT Chairman pointed out that a number of tour operators had decided to shift their interest to Asian markets while many had already set up offices in Asian countries like China, India and South Korea. The move is aimed at avoiding risks from European markets and compensate for the lower number of European customers.


source: http://thainews.prd.go.th/en/news.php?id=255409210014

To feature seminars organised in cooperation with ITB Berlin
P Krishna Kumar | New Delhi

The Knowledge Sessions at the second edition of Goa International Travel Mart (GITM) this year will focus on the emerging niche segments in India. The high powered conference programme of the Mart, which will be held at the Grand Hyatt Bambolim from October 21-23, will be bolstered by two seminars organised in cooperation with ITB Berlin, world’s leading travel exhibition organiser. ITB Berlin will be hosting seminars on Responsible Tourism and LGBT Tourism. The other international tie-up of the Mart is Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) coming on board as Wellness Partner. Apart from showcasing Wellness offerings, TAT will also fly down an expert from Thailand to speak on Spa and Wellness in Thailand.

Other sessions are on niche segments like Adventure Tourism and Spa and Wellness Tourism besides important topics like Branding and Reinventing a Destination, Marketing and Innovation in Tourism and the Role of Public-Private-Partnerships in Tourism and Destination Development. An impressive line-up of speakers comprising of Ministers, top government officials, CEO’s, industry experts, association heads etc. is being put together by TravelBiz Monitor and will include names such as Subodh Kant Sahai, Union Minister for Tourism, Government of India; Rika Jean-François, Sales Director for South Asia & Pacific and Commissioner for Corporate Social Responsibility, ITB Berlin; Thomas Bomkes, Managing Director, Diversity Tourism UG based in Munich, Germany; Rajeev Duggal, MD, Kuoni India; Amitabh Kant, CEO, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation; Ashish Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister of Maharashtra and former MD of MTDC; Dilip Puri, MD of Starwood Hotels India; P Manoharan, Director-India, Tourism Malaysia; Neelu Singh, COO, ezeego1, etc. GITM is organised and promoted jointly by Department of Tourism, Government of Goa and Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC); Tourism Association of Goa (TAG) and Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI).

Announcing the tie-up with ITB Berlin at a press conference during the PATA Travel Mart which concluded in New Delhi earlier this month, Swapnil Naik, Director, Goa Tourism said that the support from ITB Berlin will help take the Mart to the next level. He added that Goa Tourism wants to build synergies with neighbouring states like Maharashtra and Karnataka on the Western coast to create wholesome tourist circuits.

Melwyn Vaz, who took charge recently as Managing Director of GTDC, said that although Goa has a unique place on the global travel map, there is always scope for improvement and GITM is a major step in that direction. “GITM will bring better and greater opportunities to the travel and tourism trade in Goa. We are confident that GITM 2011 will be bigger and better,” stated Vaz.

Francois said that as the leading travel and tourism exhibition organisers, ITB bestows lot of importance to regional and local travel and tourism fairs. “We look at the destination and the seriousness of the organisers before supporting any of the local fairs. GITM fits in on both the counts,” stated Francois when quizzed about the decision to partner with GITM. She informed that ITB will bring in eminent panelists for both the seminars at GITM. Commenting on the LGBT market, Francois said that it is a niche market and if handled sensibly, can reap rich dividends to destinations and businesses.

Giving a brief preview of the Knowledge Sessions, Sheldon Santwan, Editor and COO, TravelBiz Monitor, said that “two out of the box” seminars by ITB will add value to all the deliberations at this year’s GITM. “There are plans to put together knowledge sessions around new and emerging sales segments and how these segments can be tapped through innovative marketing,” he added.

The theme of the Mart this year is ‘Unearth the Hidden Treasures of Goa’. Goa Tourism will be hosting around 450 buyers this year compared to 130 last year. In terms of the sellers at the exhibition, GITM organisers are expecting around 150 sellers against 80 last year. Leading travel companies like Kuoni, LPTI, TBI, etc. have already signed up as partners for the annual event. Air India will be the official carrier of GITM. Moreover, all the industry associations TAFI, IATO, TAAI, ADTOI, ATOAI, IAAI etc. are supporting the Mart and will be sending delegations to participate in the Mart.

Source: http://www.travelbizmonitor.com/gitm-2011-knowledge-sessions-to-focus-on-emerging-niche-segments-in-india-14490

The Ministry of Tourism and Sports has launched the Food & Hotel Thailand 2011, which will run until 16 September, with an aim to help promote Thailand as an economic leader of Asia.

While presiding over the opening ceremony of the 19th Food & Hotel Thailand, Permanent Secretary for Tourism and Sports Sombat Kuruphan stated that the event was a great opportunity for international businesses related to hotels, food and services to exhibit their products. It is also expected to facilitate Thailand’s emergence as the center of product displays in the ASEAN region and as an economic leader of Asia amid volatility in the global economy.

This year, there are a total of 16,000 exhibitors from 59 countries participating in the event. The top five countries with the most participants are Malaysia, Singapore, India, the Philippines and Vietnam respectively while more new faces have come from many countries, including China, Italy, Japan and South Africa.

The Food & Hotel Thailand 2011 is taking place from today until 16 September at the Royal Paragon Hall, Siam Paragon Shopping Center.

Held in Conjunction with The Food & Hotel Thailand 2011
13 – 14 September 2011
Function Room, Royal Paragon Hall, 5th Floor, Siam Paragon

13 SEP 2011 – DAY 1
09.15 – 09.45 Arrival of Special Guests and VIPs
09.45 – 10.00 Arrival of the Guests of Honour
10.00 – 10.10 Introductory Address by Mr. Patrapee Chinachoti
Chairman of Bangkok Exhibition Services Ltd.
10.10 – 10.20 Welcome Address by Ms. Supawan Teerarat
Exhibition Director of Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB)
10.20 – 10.30 Welcome Address by Mr. Jamnong Nirungsan
President of Thai Chefs Association
10.30 – 10.40 Welcome Address by Ms. Panivan Koonmongkon
President of Thai Restaurant Association
10.40 – 10.50 Welcome Address by Mr. Prakit Chinamourphong
President of Thai Hotels Association and Chairman of International Affairs
10.50 – 11.00 Opening Address by Mr. Sombat Kurupan
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism and Sports
11.00 – 12.00 Ribbon Cutting and Official Tour of the Exhibition
12.00 – 14.00 THA Lunch Talk
Mr. Suraphon Svetasreni
Governor, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)

13 SEP 2011 – DAY 1
Theme: Attracting High-Yield Tourists “จับตาหาตลาด High-Yield”
Session 1
13.30 – 14.00 Registration
14.00 – 16.30

Attracting High-Yield Tourists “จับตาหาตลาด High-Yield”

แม้การท่องเที่ยวไทยจะประสบกับวิกฤตการณ์ต่างๆ ติดต่อกันมาหลายปี หากมนต์ขลังของแหล่งท่องเที่ยวต่างๆ ก็ยังคงดึงดูดใจนักท่องเที่ยวทั่วโลกให้เข้ามาท่องเที่ยวในไทยอย่างต่อ เนื่อง และคงถึงเวลาที่การท่องเที่ยวไทย จะต้องปรับตัวเปลี่ยนแปลงวางตำแหน่งตัวเองในตลาดการท่องเที่ยวของโลกใหม่ ให้เข้าถึงตลาดนักท่องเที่ยวคุณภาพมากขึ้น วิทยากรผู้มีบทบาทนำในการท่องเที่ยวของประเทศจะได้รับทราบแนวความคิดในการ “รีแบรนด์” ประเทศไทย ตลอดจนปรับแนวทาง มองหา และมุ่งสู่กลุ่มนักท่องเที่ยวคุณภาพที่มีกำลังซื้ออย่างประสบความสำเร็จ

Despite a political unrest and a fair amount of instability in the past few years, one thing that never changes is the Thailand’s resilience in its ability to attract oversea tourists. However, a shift in the type of tourists visiting Thailand has forced this country to capture the new market in which high-yield tourists are. In this session, senior industry stakeholders and government bodies will discuss ways in which the tourism can be re-branded, welcoming EU tourists back to Thailand and successfully targeting new high-end market segments.

Rebranding Thailand “รีแบรนด์ประเทศไทย”
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)

Reaching Out to New Markets “เจาะตลาดใหม่”
Miss Supawan Tanomkietipume
Chairperson of Marketing, Thai Hotels Association

Health and Wellness “ก้าวสู่กลุ่มสุขภาพ และเวลล์เนส”
Mr. Sumatarat Sitabut
Senior Consultant, Institute for Small and Medium Enterprises Development

MICE Marketing for Hotel “การตลาด MICE สำหรับโรงแรม”
Mr. Sumate Sudasana
President, Thailand Incentive and Convention Association (TICA)

Mr. Sakkarin Chorsawai
Director, Thai Hotels Association

(Conducted in Bilingual)
14 SEP 2011 – DAY 2
Theme: Attracting High-Yield Tourists “จับตาหาตลาด High-Yield”
Session 2
08.00 – 09.30 Registration
09.30 – 12.00

Hoteliers Discussion for Thai Tourism Future

เชิญรับฟังความคิดเห็นและมุมมองจากผู้ประกอบการโรงแรมที่มีความโดดเด่น ผ่านอุปสรรค ปัญหาจนถึงความสำเร็จ อะไรคือเป้าหมาย แผนงาน แนวความคิดที่วางไว้กับอนาคตการท่องเที่ยวไทย และข้อคิดเห็นท่องเที่ยวไทยจะต้องทำอย่างไรให้ถึงฝั่งฝัน

Acclaimed Hotel Entrepreneurs and hoteliers, who have experienced many obstacles in the tourism industry, will share their perspectives and distinct ideas about how to survive in the current competitive tourism industry, how to globally set visions, missions, smart goals and action plans, how to gain sustainable achievement in the international markets, and the future of Thailand’s tourism.

“From Zero to 90++”

From Quality to Quality “จากคุณภาพสู่คุณภาพ”
Mr. Paul Linder
General Manager, Chivasom

Thai Brand to World Class Elegance “แบรนด์ไทยสู่ความหรูหราระดับโลก”
Mr. Dillip Rajakarier
Chief Operating Officer, Minor Hotel Group Ltd.

Strong Growth in Foreign Country “การเติบโตอย่างแข็งแกร่งในต่างแดน”
Mr. Chanin Donavanik
Director and Chief Executive Officer, Dusit Thani Public Company Limited

Back to Back Revolution in Pattaya “ผู้พลิกโฉมโรงแรมพัทยาอย่างต่อเนื่อง”
The Zign Group

10.00 – 10.30

Refreshment Break

Mr. Sakkarin Chorsawai
Director, Thai Hotels Association

(Conducted in Bilingual)
14 Sep 2011 – DAY 2
Theme: Attracting High-Yield Tourists “จับตาหาตลาด High-Yield”
Session 3
13.30 – 14.00 Registration and Refreshment
14.00 – 16.30

Raising the Bar (panel discussion)

หากโรงแรมไทยต้องการปรับตัวเพื่อให้ได้ราคา ผลประกอบการณ์ที่ดีขึ้น ในมุมมองต่างๆทั้งในแง่การตลาด ภาพลักษณ์ คุณภาพโรงแรม การพัฒนาคน การบริหารจัดการทั้งจากภาครัฐและผู้ประกอบการ ต้องทำอย่างไร และทุกภาคส่วนคงต้องร่วมมือกันอย่างจริงจัง เพื่อให้การท่องเที่ยวไทยเป็นไปในทิศทางที่ไร้ผู้แพ้อย่างแท้จริง

From marketing, brand image, quality, and human resource development perspectives, the guest speakers will demonstrate the practical ways for both government sectors and entrepreneurs to enthusiastically cooperate and successfully bring the financial and sustainable success to Thailand’s tourism industry.

Mr.Imtiaz Muqbil
Executive Director
Travel IMPACT Newswire.

Hotel Owner
Dusit Thani Public Company Limited

Mr. Apichart Sankary
Managing Director, A.E.D. Asia Travel Co., Ltd.

Online Agency
Mr. Chalermpon Punnotok
Chief Executive Officer, Software Industry Promotion Agency (SIPA)

Bank / Financial
Mr. Kheeseng Anansiriprapha
Executive Vice President, Corporate Banking Group Bank of Ayudhya PCL.

Mr. Sakkarin Chorsawai
Director, Thai Hotels Association

Source: http://bangkokscoop.com/2011/09/13/food-hotel-thailand-2011-being-held-until-16-sep/

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