SOCIAL SCENE

The Rotary Club of Thin Thai Ngam would not ever miss a good party and people know it. Once again they held their annual “Dam Hua Ceremony” (paying respects) for their senior Rotary past district governor, their past presidents and the counselors of the club. It was once again a happy gathering as you can see, they all look pretty happy.

Recently, the management of Scandic Beauty and Thai Massage held its grand opening at the shop on the newly finished Chang Moi Tad Mai Road, Chiang Mai. Many guests joined the party and congratulated them. The spa brings over 10 years of international experience to Chiang Mai, holding a number of European quality certificates, including hair styling from Stockholm, Sweden. It opens daily for public services from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.

The Lady’s Lunch Bunch during the month of May was held at the very popular Imperial Mae Ping Hotel lunch buffet, with almost 30 ladies turning up. As always, it was a group of international women from all circles of life, living in Chiang Mai, who are always happy to welcome newcomers into their midst. The time and venue of the next get together can be checked at Chiangmai Mail’s Community Happenings section.

The SP Publishing Group on Saturday, May 29 hosted their 10th year anniversary celebrations at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, Chiang Mai. Toasting here are (front row from left): publisher Sawasdi Posolee; Dr Chao Doungduen na Chiangmai; the director of the TAT Northern Office, Region 1 Chalermsak Suranant, and marketing director, Supap Pluempreedee.

Rain outside, the air a little cooler (breathable), it’s a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday evening; there is always a reason to have Chilies and Margaritas with friends. Enjoying the moment and good home cooked food are from left: Susie von Boehm-Bezing, Mary-Kay from California, Daeng and Bud Velat, Marion, Sharon and Diether von Boehm-Bezing.

 

The Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel recently hosted a cocktail reception and dinner for a delegation of Russian media on an inspection trip to Thailand. Most impressed with Chiang Mai and its sightseeing possibilities, the journalists promised to promote this destination as much as they could, saying that it would be a welcomed alternative to the usual beach resort-holidays the Russian travelers are used to.

Miss Thailand 2000 Panadda Wongphudee (center), Chiang Mai S.P. Hotel President Suparuek Limlenglert (right), Vice President Suraphee Limlenglert (2nd right) and hotel management posed for a picture during a Thank You Party held at the hotel last weekend.

The new Toyota series “Avanza” was elegantly presented at its first grand opening at Niyom Panich building. People who are interested in this latest series of Toyota are invited to visit Toyota Avanza Promotion Booth at Niyom Panich and make a reservation at the head office of Niyom Panich Co. Nareerat Chantaramungkorn (left), executive vice president business and marketing of Niyom Panich Co. joins with the two lovely booth mistresses at the grand opening.