SOCIAL SCENE

Governor of Chiang Mai, Suwat Tantipat (third from left) and his wife Ornadda Tantipat (second from left) visit the newly opened Jade museum at the Kad Dhara. They were welcomed by the owners Waranon (far right) and Preecha Pongcharoenkul (second left), and their sons Mai (left) and Pai.

US travel writer Terry Braverman (right) experiences Northern Thai hospitality at Ban Sabai Spa Village. Matthias E. Froelich (left) is shown here with Terry, as the bougainvillea sneaks into the photo uninvited.

Guests congratulate Thanit Choomsaeng (third left), the managing director of the Good View Bar and Restaurant, on the occasion of the 9th anniversary of the Good View. Chiang Mai was then treated to a three million baht fireworks display.

H.E. Sorakiat Satienthai, Foreign Affairs Minister, visited The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort and Spa, and was met by Asst. Managing Director Marc Dumur.

Anchalee Kalmapichit (right), Director of Operations of the Mae Sa Elephant Camp, spoke with host Mayura Sawettanun of the TV program “Sabai Style Mayura”, about the Guinness World record elephant paintings at Mae Sa Elephant Camp.

TT&T Public held a lucky draw at the Rydges Amora Tapae for its customers who pay their bill through its service counters.

Sam-ank Boonchuyimyaem, sales representative of Chiangmai Mail, presents flowers to Robert Villa, Chiang Mai’s Subway franchise owner, at the soft opening of the Subway outlet in the Chiang Mai Pavilion, Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.

Happy to meet at Fillmore East were Sam Stevens from the US, locals Ann and Peter Dawson, and Marion Vogt (Chiangmai Mail).