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National Museum staff get a refresher course

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National Museum staff get a refresher course

Bangkok Airways will resume its Phuket to U-Tapao and Samui to U-Tapao routes. Bangkok Airways

The National Museum Bangkok recently organised short training sessions for staff and volunteers so that they are ready to welcome back visitors following the country’s reopening last month.

The Covid-19 pandemic forced the National Museum Bangkok to temporarily close. During the closure, the museum made updates and new permanent exhibitions. Therefore, it is paramount to educate staff about the latest progress of the museum so they can guide visitors properly.

Visitors can now visit the National Museum Bangkok from Wednesday to Sunday, 8.30am to 4.30pm. The entrance fee is 30 baht for Thais and 200 baht for foreigners.

Call 02-224-1402, 02-224-1333 or visit facebook.com/eduNMB.

Bangkok Airways adds additional local routes

Bangkok Airways will resume two more domestic routes — Phuket to U-Tapao (starting from today) and Samui to U-Tapao (starting from Dec 15).

The resumed service between Phuket and U-Tapao will be operated by an ATR72-600 aircraft, starting with three flights per week (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday). The outbound flight, PG282, departs Phuket International Airport at 12.15pm and arrives at U-Tapao International Airport at 1.55pm. The inbound flight PG281 leaves U-Tapao International Airport at 2.25pm. and arrives at Phuket International Airport at 4.05pm.

While the resumed service between Samui and U-Tapao will be operated by an ATR72-600 aircraft with three flights per week (Wednesday, Friday and Sunday), the outbound flight, PG293, departs Samui Airport at 2.25pm and arrives at U-Tapao International Airport at 3.40pm. The inbound flight, PG294, leaves U-Tapao International Airport at 4.10pm and arrives in Samui at 5.20pm.

The resumed services between Phuket and U-Tapao and Samui to U-Tapao in December will make a total of 12 destinations the airline operates.

Visit bangkokair.com/flight/flightSchedule for more details about flight schedules.

New picnic concept restaurant to open in Chiang Mai

A new picnic concept restaurant known as Waiting For May will open on Dec 5 in ORI9IN, Thailand’s first gourmet organic farm in Chiang Mai. The date was chosen as it marks the birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

ORI9IN farm is a joint venture between Banyan Tree Group and chef-turned-sustainable farmer of The Boutique Farmers James Noble, who is established as a reputable grower. A partnership grounded on a passion for a sustainable future through food, this enterprise leverages the post-Covid quest for better health and wellbeing, welcoming visitors to enjoy fresh farm produce and nature in a safe socially-distanced setting of 500 rai.

This venture of agro-tourism aims to lead the curve in sustainable retained farming and cooperatives for living and eating well. ORI9IN is the only retained farming operation globally that partners with a network of top restaurants and hotels, focusing on import substitution and reducing carbon footprint without sacrificing flavour.

James Noble is personally behind these tantalising dishes using quality products locally sourced by his wife May. Meals served at Waiting For May are available for dine-in at the restaurant, or for takeaway for a picnic on the farmland.

Visit ori9infarm.com/eat.

Travel the world with local alternatives through Hilton

Hilton announces “Travel The World”, a new campaign inspiring consumers to explore the wonders of their home countries and discover local alternatives that match the experiences at some of their favourite international destinations.

At a time when many travel restrictions remain and international travel is complex to navigate, Hilton understands consumers are eager to explore something new, yet many feel more comfortable travelling closer to home. The new campaign aims to showcase how domestic travel offers a wealth of similarly wonderful experiences that are a lot more accessible.

Live until Jan 31, “Travel The World” is a predominately digital campaign running across Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. The campaign includes the use of hyper-personalised, passion-centric videos delivered to dozens of unique audiences in real-time through the power of Google’s digital marketing engine. The campaign creative features both social and digital content including videos and social media.

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