Vol. II No. 43 - Saturday October 25 - October 31, 2003
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Chiangmai Mail celebrates 1st Anniversary

Sometimes it seems like just yesterday that the first issue of Chiangmai Mail hit the stands. At other times it seems like a lifetime ago. In reality, though, it has been one year. Much has happened in Chiang Mai during the past year, some of which has even made it onto the pages of this humble little publication. As we strive to improve, one thing will never change – we are your newspaper, created to hopefully bring some pleasure and insight to you, our readers. The entire Chiangmai Mail team would like to take this opportunity to say Thank You for letting us become a part of your lives. We hope to continue serving you for many years to come.

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Chief of Chiang Mai Provincial Agricultural Office launches Agricultural Development Plan


Phuket Airline successfully launched in Chiang Mai

National Travel receives a kick

Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai in 45 minutes, it seems almost too good to be true. But Phuket Air made it possible on Monday, October 20, 2003 with the first official flight from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai and return.

The need is there, with Chiang Mai becoming more and more a business destination, and the post SARS development is seeing positive indications of the tourism recovery. Phuket Air grabbed that niche which existed in Chiang Mai and launched their new destination with a sell-out inaugural flight.

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International badminton comes to Chiang Mai

Kason Chiangmai Bangkok Open 2003

Chiang Mai provincial authorities, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, and the Chiang Mai Badminton Sport Association once again jointly hosted the Kason Chiangmai-Bangkok Open 2003. This year it was held from October 15-22 at the Chiang Mai 700 years sport complex. In this year’s event, the winners of the competition received the much-coveted and most prestigious His Majesty The King’s cup and HRH Princess Somsawalee’s cup.

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Regent 4 Seasons Chiang Mai announces new general manager

The Regent 4 Seasons Resort in Chiang Mai has a new general manager, Patrick Ghielmetti. Four Seasons currently manages hotels and resorts in 27 countries, and each and every one is a jewel of its own.

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Emirates starts flights to Brisbane

Brisbane, state capital of Queensland, is the airline’s fourth destination in Australia after Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Emirates’ new service will boost tourism and trade ties. Initially, the flights will be operated with an Airbus A330-200 in three-class configuration, offering 18 First class seats, 42 in Business and 183 in Economy.

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