Vol. III No. 30 - Saturday July 24- July 30, 2004


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The Kingdom rejoices in HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn’s 52nd Royal Birthday Celebration

The Chiangmai Mail team joins the Kingdom of Thailand in humbly offering our best wishes to HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn on the occasion of His 52nd Royal Birthday Celebration, July 28, 2004.

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NEWS

Extend closing times if you want Chiang Mai to be tourism hub

 

 


FEATURES
SPORT

Tienchai and Friends, Music and Passion at Central Airport Plaza

To Be No. 1 Concert at the Lanna Hall

“Some people wait a lifetime for moments like this.” These were the words heard throughout the evening of ‘Tienchai and friends’ at the Lanna Hall in Central Airport Plaza as each of the performers finished their show.

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Stefan Effenberg Football Road Show

Young hopefuls showing much talent

The Stefan Effenberg Football Clinic, running a ‘One Year Football Talent Search’ is now two months and seven road shows into the quest.

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BUSINESS
TRAVEL & TOURISM

Consumer confidence index continues to drop

The consumer confidence index continued to drop for the sixth consecutive month in June upon concern over the fuel price rise and a spate of violence in the southern provinces, according to a top economic forecaster. Thanawat Polvichai, director of the University of Chamber of Commerce’s Economic and Business Forecasting Center, disclosed that the confidence indices on the overall economy, employment opportunities, and future incomes declined to 98, 93.5, and 110 respectively from the previous month. It resulted in the consumer confidence index falling to 100.6 in June from 102.5 in May.

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Potential home-stay participants receive training

Homeowners in Thailand who open up their homes for tourist accommodation have been given help to set up, improve and standardize their businesses.

The Faculty of Social Science and Humanities at Mahidol University and the Ministry of Tourism and Sport’s Office of Tourism Development held a training course on Thai home-stays at the Park Hotel, Chiang Mai on July 14-15.

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