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Happy anniversary Four Seasons Resort
Non-stop flights to Chiang Rai takes off
SKAL members gather for monthly meet
Four Seasons Resort
Monks and novices from the local temples arriving at the Four Seasons Resort.
On April 1 the Four Seasons Resort in Chiang Mai
celebrated its 12th anniversary as one of the premier hotels in Southeast
The anniversary events began at 7:00 am as employees,
guests and friends offered alms to the 99 monks who represented the local
temples in nearby Mae Rim.
Non-stop flights to
Chiang Rai takes off
SGA Airlines executives and staff at the inaugural flight
departing from Chiang Mai airport.
SGA Airlines which already flies from Chiang Mai to Pai
and Phrae has added another destination. It has launched a non-stop flight
to Chiang Rai as it expands its commuting presence in the Northern
SGA Airlines uses two Cessna 208B Grand Caravan planes
with room for 12 passengers and according to SGA President Dr. Jain
Charnnarong, this type of aircraft is ideal for enjoying the views from its
large sized windows.
Flight 5E911 will operate daily from Chiang Mai departing
at 8:00am and arrive in Chiang Rai at 8:55am. The return flight 5E912
departs Chiang Rai at 9:15am and arrives in Chiang Mai at 10:10am.
According to their website the roundtrip promotional fare
valid until May 31 is 3800 baht or 1900 baht each way for the 55 minute
Reservations can be made through www.sga.co.th or www.nokair.com or by
phoning 02-664-6099 from 08.30 - 17.30 Monday thru Friday.
SKAL members gather
for monthly meet
Dr. Duongchan, guest speaker (second from left) receives
a thank you gift from Chiang Mai and North Thai SKAL President Anchalee
Kalmapijit. Armin Schoch, SKAL secretary (left) and Mohamad Jesr, SKAL
Public Relations Director (right) join in.
The obligatory group photo at the end of every meeting brings members,
friends and guests together.
Members, friends and guests gathered at the Imperial Mae
Ping Hotel recently to listen to guest speaker Dr. Duongchan Apavatjrut
Charoenmuang, a researcher and expert on environmental issues at Chiang Mai
Dr. Duongchan enlightened the attendees with her
discussion about the causes and effects of pollution in Chiang Mai.
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