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NEWS ALERT Red Shirt Protest Planned for Suvarnabhumi Airport

Category: Tourism, Posted:20 Jan 2010 | 10:25 am

The news lines are ringing back of media reports that the pro-Thaksin 'red shirt' United Front For Democracy Against Dictatorship peaceful protest is being planned for next week at Bangkok's Surarnabhumi Airport. Organizers have been quoted as saying there will be no blockade or disruption of services. Financial markets have been fast to react with falls on the SET (stock exchange of Thailand). Domestic politics look to take center stage in the lead up to the Thaksin Supreme Court ruling due February 26.

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Asia’s Largest Hotel Investment Conference Next Week

Category: , Posted:16 Oct 2020 | 15:28 pm HICAP, Asia’s biggest hotel investment event of the year is set for next week in a 3-day virtual format. Scheduled for 21st to 23rd October, this is the first year the conference will be live online and not in person, in Hong Kong. C9 Hotelworks Bill Barnett will be moderating a special Thailand panel of […]
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Funkytown – Inside the Cultural Melting Pot

Category: Tourism, Posted:14 Oct 2020 | 09:24 am Join C9 Hotelworks and Delivering Asia Communications on Tuesday 20th October, 2:00 pm Bangkok | 3:00 pm Singapore/Hong Kong for a special one-hour virtual event about the latest trends  in urban Bangkok and the latest from Phuket Town. Registration is free here. Ready, steady, go, straight down the urban rabbit hole of funkytown. Tripping down […]
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Phuket International Reopening Next Week

Category: Tourism, Posted:30 Sep 2020 | 09:33 am The resort island of Phuket is preparing to welcome 120 Mainland Chinese overseas travelers from Guangzhou next week on October 8th. As per government guidelines, the visitors will stay in Alternative Local State Quarantine (ALSQ) hotels for 14 days. According to news sources and the Phuket public health office, there are presently nine hotels approved […]