Merry Christmas 2023 from 101 Premier
Merry Christmas from 101 Premier
With love from Bangkok
The period from the end of 2019 to 2022 was a painful few years as the world was forced to impose strict behavioral restrictions due to the spread of the COVID-19 infection.
Thanks to the efforts of many people, almost all COVID-19 regulations were completely lifted one year ago on Christmas Day, December 25, 2022, and a free and enjoyable life in Thailand returned to us. 2023 was a year of revival, especially for the tourism and entertainment industries.
We, 101 Premier, received the patronage of many customers throughout 2023. We would like to express our deepest gratitude to all the customers who have visited 101 Premier in 2023. Also, for those of you who are thinking of visiting us in the future, please come visit us and we promise that you will have a wonderful time. We look forward to your visit.
101 Premier would like to wish this Christmas that Thailand and the people who love Thailand, as well as people all over the world, have a happy Christmas on December 25, 2023.
Also, at the end of 2023, I sincerely hope that people around the world will have a wonderful 2024.
Thai Vietjet Air is holding a 24 baht fare sale
Low-cost airline Thai Vietjet Air is holding a sale on domestic and international flights in Thailand.
The outline of the sale is as follows.
Sale period: December 21st to 25th
Eligible boarding period: February 1, 2024 to August 31, 2024 (excluding days such as holidays)
Sale routes: All domestic in Thailand and international flights from/to Thailand
Sale fare: from 24 baht
📍Suvarnabhumi - Singapore. Start from 1,555 Baht/trip.
📍Suvarnabhumi - Danang/ Phu Kwok/ Phanom Penh. Starting from 1,680 Baht/trip.
📍Suvarnabhumi - Taipei. Start from 1,770 Baht/trip.
📍Suvarnabhumi - Shanghai. Start from 2,720 Baht/trip.
📍Suvarnabhumi - Hangzhou. Price starts at 2,720 Baht/trip.
📍Suvarnabhumi - Fukuoka. Start from 2,750 Baht/trip.
📍Chiang Mai - Osaka. Start from 2,750 Baht/trip.
For details and reservations, please refer to the official website of Thai Vietjet Air.
Dialogue focused on the automobile industry at Japan-Thailand summit meeting
A summit meeting commemorating the 50th anniversary of Japan-ASEAN cooperation was held in Tokyo, and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin held a meeting in Tokyo.
The two Prime Ministers agreed to align efforts and policies on energy and climate change challenges between the two countries, and to consider starting a dialogue focused on the next generation automotive industry.
At the meeting, Mr. Kishida proposed a framework to discuss ways to maintain Thailand's industrial competitiveness as a manufacturing base for Japanese automakers, focusing on the production and export of next-generation vehicles, including electric vehicles.
Mr. Srettha conveyed to Mr. Kishida Thailand's continued support for the business operations of Japanese automobile companies in Thailand.
At the Japan-ASEAN Summit, the leaders of the participating countries adopted a joint vision statement. The joint statement includes commitments to establish a new framework for Southeast Asia's automotive industry and strengthen cooperation in promoting energy transition and low-carbon technologies.
Thai Navy will hold “Navy Music Festival” at BMA Bangkok City Hall on December 22, 2023 from 5:00 p.m.
The Royal Thai Navy, in collaboration with the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), will host the "Navy Music Festival" on Friday, December 22, 2023 from 5:00 pm at the BMA Bangkok City Hall.
The Naval Music Festival features music and a variety of performances by the Royal Naval Symphony Orchestra at the Bangkok Naval Base. There will also be music and performances by the following Thai singers.
Gam The Star, Eed Fly, Boat PlengEak, Kafair Danunan
Toyota to participate in the Thailand 10-hour endurance race with a Prius
Toyota Motor Corporation will compete as ROOKIE Racing vehicles in the 10-hour endurance race "IDEMITSU SUPER ENDURANCE SOURTHEAST ASIA TROPHY 2023" to be held at the Chang International Circuit in Thailand on December 22nd and 23rd, 2023, with 3 Vehicles which are the GR86 "ORC ROOKIE GR86 CNF concept" that uses carbon neutral fuel”, the hydrogen engine Corolla “ORC ROOKIE GR Corolla H2 concept” and the newly added Prius (HEV = hybrid vehicle) “CP ROOKIE PRIUS CNF-HEV GR concept”.
The Prius participating in the race was developed based on a commercially available vehicle, and this is the first time for Toyota to participate in a race with a commercially available Prius (HEV).
Toyota Gazoo Racing team Thailand will also be participating in the race with three cars: Corolla, 86, and Yaris. These three vehicles are also scheduled to run on carbon-neutral fuel.
Toyota is accelerating its multi-pathway efforts toward realizing a carbon-neutral society by participating in the Super Taikyu Series with the hydrogen engine Corolla and the GR86, which uses carbon-neutral fuel. These two vehicles will also participate in the 2022 Thailand 25 Hour Endurance Race, taking the challenge of training the cars in an environment different from Japan. This time, too, is part of our efforts to further expand our multipathway efforts.
One of the highlights in this race is that he is an executive officer of Thailand's largest conglomerate, CP Group, which is collaborating to realize a carbon-neutral society in Thailand, and is the president of True Leasing, which is in charge of CP's transportation services business. Mr. Kachorn Chiaravanont will be participating as the driver of the Prius.
The fuel used in this race was generated from biogas produced from chicken manure at CP's poultry farm and from waste food generated at Toyota's base Toyota Daihatsu Engineering & Manufacturing (TDEM). Biogas is used. Locally produced gaseous hydrogen produced by TDEM's hydrogen production machine will be used as part of the fuel for the hydrogen engine Corolla.