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Print 🖨 PDF 📄 eBook 📱Thailand Event Guide: Fewer countries can boast such a diverse range of corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities as Thailand. Giving your brand the purpose and giving back to the less fortunate is a thrilling experience for your team members. Thailand is a great example of successful implementation of corporate social responsibility. Regular businesses allocate budget and schedule CSR activities throughout the year. Do you plan a CSR activity? We have listed some Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Examples. Thailand’s manifold of destinations goes hand in hand with the increasingly popular trend of giving back to communities or environment through CSR. Honorific and extremely gratifying, CSR is a truly feel-good and rewarding experience. Not only will your company be benefiting the less fortunate, you will broaden staff horizons sharing the basic principals of giving back to those who need the most. Government Hospitals and community buildings always need volunteers who newly paint, decorate or refurbish public spaces. Although the work is tough in many ways, you will find few tasks in life more rewarding. A slightly more challenging option is to consider working with Thailand’s uneducated street children. With over 30,000 street children currently dependent/living on the […] Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
Print 🖨 PDF 📄 eBook 📱Thailand Event Guide: It is no wonder that Bangkok is often referred to as one of the greatest cities on earth. Not only can Bangkok boast some of the world’s most beautiful temples, bustling markets and majestic rooftop views, it is a food lover paradise. From the moment you step foot upon the land of smiles, you will sense its people’s compelling passion for food. You will find it on every street corner, down every alley and in the most peculiar of forms. It is a passion so great that it has vastly become one of the world’s most beloved cuisines. Bangkokians in the know will often suggest that the best way to experience the cities gastronomic delights is through one of the highly regarded food tours. Packed with a diverse range of the cities local flavours, they are sure to shock even the most exercised of pallets. Awash with business people and backpackers alike, Bangkok is capable of catering for all budget types. If funds are tight, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll begin on Khaosan Road, the cities epicentre for backpackers. Aligned with all your western favourites for the less adventurous traveller, […] Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
Print 🖨 PDF 📄 eBook 📱Thailand Event Guide: The original Koh Phangan Full Moon Party is probably one of those Thailand party magnets that attract thousands of backpackers and curious travellers to Thailand’s white beach island Koh Phang Ngan in Southern Thailand. It is the perfect mix of the deep-blue Andaman Sea, white beaches, and great party music. Add onto this lots of travellers and locals who are dancing and relaxing on the beach and in the bars and your perfect festival picture is complete. The party has been copied several times around the world, but organisers have not been able to give attendees what Thailand offers best; surrounding, atmosphere and people. The original Full Moon Party in South Thailand is one of the deepest rooted music festivals. The Party perfectly mixed the deep-blue Andaman Sea, white beaches, a great cool breeze topped up with great party music. Picture travellers and locals dancing the night away, jumping on the bass, drinking then stretching out on the beach. Numerous times the Full Moon Party has been copied around the world, but to duplicate the perfect mix of surrounding, atmosphere and diverse cultures that are so typical for the Full Moon Party […] Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
Print 🖨 PDF 📄 eBook 📱Looking to try out some of the famously fun activities Thailand during your next visit? Then you’ve come to the right place. This section of Event Guide Thailand details all the best things to do in the way of shopping, travel, culture, art exhibitions, shows and more. If you are looking to discover individual sporting or music events, head over to those separate sections using the tabs above. Tours and day trip activities Thailand When it comes to discovering Thailand’s many world-famous attractions and destinations, you really have two main options: Either go it alone, or book a tour. While traveling from place to place on your own steam is certainly rewarding, many visitors love the convenience of booking a package – whether it is a guided tour around a temple for a few hours, or a whole day’s excursion to an island, historical city or floating market. Typically you’ll pay a cheap price which will include return travel, a guide and often food and drinks. For those in Bangkok, some activities we highly recommend would be visiting a temple (such as Wat Pho or the Grand Palace), taking an evening river cruise, learning some […] Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
Moby New Album On March 18
Electronic musician Moby plans to release his fifteenth album in March 2018. “Everything hurts, and nothing is beautiful” is the new album’s title which is the follow up for “More fast songs about the Acrolypse” released in June 2017.
The artist will return to his earlier works that include gospel and triphop styles according to Rolling Stones.
The 52-years old had a breakthrough with “Go” and scored unparallelled hits with the ones like “Porcelain”, “Why does my heart feel so bad” and “Feeling So Real.” The artist also has announced that he goes on tour again in 2018.
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