Vol. II No. 49 - Saturday December 6 - December 12, 2003
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Long Live His Majesty The King

On this most auspicious occasion, Chiangmai Mail would like to join the Kingdom of Thailand in celebration of December 5, the 76th Anniversary of the Birth of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the longest reigning monarch in the world today. Inside this issue is a very special 8 page color supplement, written by special correspondent Peter Cummins, in honor of this most beloved Monarch.

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NEWS

Fighting the cold season in North



FEATURES
SPORT

Chiang Mai treated to the Wonders of Three Cultures

November 28-30 saw the three day event, the Wonders of Three Cultures, Laos, Burma and Thailand, held in Chiang Mai. It was officially opened by Vasing Kittikul, Executive Vice President and Customer Service Department of Thai Airways International (THAI).

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Veterans’ tennis makes quite a racket

Largest veterans tournament in Thailand

The Veterans Tennis Association (Thailand) played host this year to the Asian Inter-City Veterans Team Tennis Tournament, which was held at the 700 Year Anniversary Stadium at Chiang Mai Sports Complex.

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BUSINESS
TRAVEL & TOURISM

Cambodian industrial estates expected to slash costs

The Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) is studying ways in which the Thai government can support the establishment of an industrial estate on Cambodia’s Kong Island as a mean of allowing Thai investors to shift their production bases to where costs are lower, according to IEAT Governor Anchalee Chavanich.

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Low cost airline will improve business, says tourist organizations

But have the low cost passengers money to spend?

Low cost flights to Chiang Mai will be a reality soon. Charoen Wangananon, from the Chiang Mai Tourist Business Association, said that the low cost airline project would help lift tourism and travel because the fare would be below 1,000 baht one way.

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