The Gem and Jewelry Institute of Thailand (Public Organization) or GIT, under the supervision of the Ministry of Commerce, collaborated with private sectors to organize the World Ruby Forum 2017 on November 4, 2017 at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, to promote, raise awareness and create accurate understanding about ruby to worldwide audiences. “The Gem and Jewelry…
The Thai government has set the target of making the country the world’s gem and jewelry hub by the year 2020, said a leading industry player in an exclusive interview with ASEAN Forum.
A new website targeting the 40something traveller launched this September in London. The site – www.TravelBeginsAt40.com – offers a range of experiences, adventures, opinions, special offers and travel-related news from all corners of the globe specifically aimed at the over-40 traveller.
Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce is organising a series of offline and online events to promote the country’s T Mark, especially in the neighbouring CLMV (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam) countries, announced officials. This coincided with an awards ceremony by the ministry’s Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) to certify 67 Thai companies that have received…
Reliable sources within the Cambodia People’s Party (CPP) have confirmed that Cambodia’s deputy prime minister, Samdech Sok An has died.
The mastermind behind Kep’s Knai Bang Chatt resort and a pioneer of the country’s burgeoning luxury tourism market talks to ASEAN Forum about what luxury tourism signifies to him.
Nearly 300 of the Kingdom’s top real estate professionals gathered to celebrate the best of the best in the Cambodia property sector at Sofitel Phokeethra Phnom Penh on February 25.
After the US Federal Reserve Bank started to raise interest rates questions arise whether the region is well prepared to face resulting headwinds – BY CHRISTIAN VITS
Thai resort, The Residences, lives up to its tagline of “An island oasis of pure indulgence”, with luxury lurking in every nook and cranny. By Marissa Carruthers
The ancient art of shadow puppetry’s roots stretch back centuries. Today the Cambodian art form is being reinvented for the modern world. By Marissa Carruthers