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  • Tom 7:52 pm on January 26, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: brand, , , Europe, , , , , , , quality, , Thai leather, , , ,   

    Thai leather industry likely to recover next year 

    Thai leather industry

    The Thai leather industry is very likely to recover next year as exporters manage to shift their markets from the United States to Europe and Japan, according to an industry executive.

    Sakul Sikkasamat, president of the Thai Leather Association, said both new markets have begun to accept Thai leather products although their prices are higher than those of China and Vietnam because the Thai products are of higher quality. (More …)

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  • Tom 8:30 pm on December 1, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , democratic, , , , Europe, , , , , , , , , solidity   

    Solidarity important to AEC 

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    In order to have strong economic ties like the European Union (EU), ASEAN requires solidity among member states to overcome disparities and to build a single market and production base, according to a former member of the European Parliament.

    Dr Christoph Konrad, former Member of the European Parliament and designated Secretary-General to the SME Union of the European’s People Party, said that solidarity was the headline of the integration process in the EU.

    Solidarity was a good investment for the future of both the country itself and the region. “No matter how big a country is, richer countries always pay for poorer countries. We all know that if our neighbor country is successful, then we are too”, Dr Konrad said.

    However, before lending a hand to other countries, each country should check their own strengths and weaknesses to ensure sustainable development.

    Dr Konrad said that the ASEAN could take the EU as an example for its patience. The EU has taken over 50 years to build a single market and community. (More …)

     
  • Tom 3:55 pm on September 20, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: AMEE, AMEE awards, certificates, doctors, Europe, Hatyai, , , Kiatsak Rajborirug, Maharaj, Málaga, , Medical doctors, medical education, membership, Nakhonsithammarat, Phaphan Musikawat, , Surapon Ariyanukitja, , , works   

    Thai physicians win AMEE awards 

    AMEE awards

    AMEE awards

    Thai medical doctors have won 3 outstanding awards from the 2009 Association for Medical Education of Europe Conference (AMEE) in Málaga, Spain, according to Permanent Secretary for Public Health Prat Boonyavongvirot. (More …)

     
  • Tom 3:28 pm on September 20, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , cheap, , , , , , economic crisis, Europe, , European hotel, Exchange rate, , , hotel booking, hotel booking website, Hotel Price Index, hotel rates, , , , prices, , room prices, , , , , , , , year   

    Book that holiday: survey shows hotel prices have sunk 

    tourists checking in at the airport. Average room prices across the globe fell 17 percent in the six months to June compared to the same 2008 period. Reuters photo.

    tourists checking in at the airport. Average room prices across the globe fell 17 percent in the six months to June compared to the same 2008 period. Reuters photo.

    Don’t put off those plans to travel around the world much longer — a new survey shows hotel prices are at their lowest in over five years, thanks, in part, to the economic downturn.

    The latest Hotel Price Index (HPI), by hotel booking website Hotels.com, found average room prices across the globe fell 17 percent in the six months to June compared to the same 2008 period, and to the same levels as 2003, as the economic crisis kept away guests. (More …)

     
  • Tom 11:04 am on September 6, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , Associate, ASTW, , Australian, , Bangkok Convention Center, beach resorts, British Airways, , , , , , cruising, , , , , , Emirates, Europe, , Jetstar Airways, , Koh Lanta, Koh Samet, Koh Tao, , , , , night, photographers, , Qantas, , , soft-adventure, , , THAI Airways International, Thai cooking, Thai musical, , , , , , ,   

    AUSTRALIAN TRAVEL WRITERS TO CONVENE IN THAILAND FOR AGM AND AWARDS NIGHT 

    Australian Society of Travel Writers

    Australian Society of Travel Writers

    Up to 250 of Australia’s leading travel writers will descend upon Thailand between 21-23 August, 2009, for their annual general meeting and awards night, expected to be the largest off-shore event for the Australian Society of Travel Writers (ASTW) since its inception in 1975.

    The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is hosting the ASTW’s AGM, which will include three days in Bangkok, and a series of six post-conference tours to different parts of Thailand.

    TAT will host a Gala Dinner for the ASTW members on 22 August, 2009, at the Centara Grand and Bangkok Convention Center @ Central World. The event will include a Thai musical and classical dance show as well as the presentation of awards for outstanding Australian travel writers, photographers, travel media organizations, and industry communicators.

    Thailand last hosted the Society’s AGM in 1999. (More …)

     
  • Tom 6:48 pm on September 3, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: Aquaminium, boat trip, Britain, , , Easter, Easter holiday, Europe, , James Bond Island, , , , luxury lifestyle resort, luxury resort, marina, marina resort, penthouse, Phang Nga Bay, Phi Phi Island, , Princess Eugenie, Queen Elizabeth II, , Roger Moore, Royal Phuket Marina, , , top marina resort   

    Britain’s Princess Eugenie Visits Thailand’s Royal Phuket Marina 

    HRH Princess Eugenie ( second from left)

    HRH Princess Eugenie ( second from left)

    Britain’s Princess Eugenie, daughter of the Duke & Duchess of York and granddaughter of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, was the latest in a line-up of high profile guests visiting Thailand’s premier ‘luxury lifestyle resort community’ the Royal Phuket Marina over the recent Easter holiday weekend.

    Pictured (second from left), the young princess was accompanied by four friends for lunch and a boat trip around Phuket’s famous Phang Nga Bay which is renowned for its iconic James Bond Island which featured in the ‘Man with the Golden Gun’ with Roger Moore, as well as Phi Phi Island which appeared in the film The Beach, starring Leonardo DiCaprio. (More …)

     
  • Tom 6:03 pm on September 3, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , boutique hotels, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, , , , City Hotels, Devarana Spa, , Dusit International, Dusit Thani hotels, Dusit Thani hotels Bangkok, dusitD2, dusitD2 chiang mai, Europe, Florence, , , , Lifestyle + Travel Magazine, , luxury hotel, , , SALVIATINO, South Asia, , , , Top City Hotels, top ranked cities, , , , Udaipur, Urban Spa, world class resorts, world top hotels   

    Dusit the only Thai Group listed in Asia’s Top 40 – TWICE! 

    Dusit Thani hotels Bangkok

    Dusit Thani hotels Bangkok

    Dusit International celebrates the success of its two distinguished hotels, dusitD2 chiang mai and Dusit Thani Bangkok, as they have been listed in the Asia’s Top 40 City Hotels by Travel + Leisure Magazine, one of the world’s leading publications for elite travellers.

    The award is bestowed to the most outstanding Asia’s Top 40 City Hotel. This marks the first time that the award has been repeated by the name of Dusit. Among the top hotels in Asia, dusitD2 chiang mai ranked number 18 on the scale following by number 34 for Dusit Thani Bangkok. (More …)

     
  • Tom 7:14 am on August 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , biologist, Europe, exhibitions, exploring, , , , , harmony, inhabitants, Laurent Ballesta, , photographer, Pierre Descamp, PLANET OCEAN, , , Voyage, water world, world beneath the waves   

    Planet Ocean exhibition in Bangkok carries important message 

    Planet Ocean exhibition in Bangkok carries important message

    2009 marks the 6th consecutive year for the annual French Cultural Festival ‘La Fête 2009’ in Bangkok. As part of the festival which runs until October, various exhibitions and shows are on offer. One of these, ‘Planet Ocean: Voyage to the Heart of the Marine Realm’ was launched on Friday to coincide with World Environment Day. It’s one of the festival’s highlights, in which the mysterious beauty of marine life is unveiled.

    Occupying over 75% of the earth, the undersea world’s natural richness is still very much a secret, despite scientists having confirmed the oceans as having been the source of all living creatures. (More …)

     
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