Day Trips from any of Chatrium’s fine central city properties don’t have to involve hours on the road. There are plenty of places to visit on the outskirts of Bangkok that will provide the opportunity to soak in more of Thailand’s amazing cultural diversity.
If you’re bored with the same old apples and oranges from your local supermarket then a trip to Thailand is simply a must with a superb selection of almost one hundred kinds of exotic and enticing varieties available. People throughout the world love the taste of the kingdom’s fruits and whether you prefer sweet or sour there’s bound to be something to tickle your taste buds, all at a smidgen of the prices you’ll find them at back home.
The management and staff at Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok were delighted to receive the news that the hotel has been ranked Number 2 in the list of “Top 10 Bangkok Hotels” for 2017 on the Bangkok.com by Hotels.com website, the indispensable source of information on the best places to stay, shop, eat and visit in the City of Angels.
The Thai Tiew Thai Travel Fair in the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center is back for a remarkable 44th time and Chatrium Hotels and Residences has some equally remarkable offers on superb stays and delicious dining available exclusively at the fair.
Som vores sidste stop på en rejse gennem først Dubai, herefter Koh Kood i Thailand, over grænsen til Cambodia, så skulle vi nu tilbage til Bangkok, og bruge de sidste 3 dage på lidt shopping.
Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon celebrated the “Under the Stars” Thank You Party at the property’s Grand Ballroom on the evening of Thursday 1st June 2017. Many VIP’s and honorable guests attended this very special event including representatives from Yangon-based embassies, airlines, corporate companies, travel agencies and the media, and the hotel was delighted to welcome distinguished persons such as (Philippine Ambassador H.E Eduardo Kapunan Jr. and Madam Elsa Kapunan, Mr Zaw Tun Oo (Mr Zaw Phyo Win (Deputy Director General, Ministry of Foreign Affair _MOFA), Mr Zaw Tun Oo (Deputy Director General, Ministry of Foreign Affair_MOFA, other diplomats and leaders from tourism industry).Read More >>