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Secrets in the covid era; the future of Thailand hospitality | VIDEO

Secrets in the covid era – the future of Thailand hospitality | VIDEO

Banyan Tree founder KP Ho speaks to Bill Barnett. With a sudden lack of tourists and customers, many Thai hotels had to quickly review their business models and come up with new ways to pay their bills and retain staff. Some succeeded, many didn’t. In fact some hotels have thrived in the face of a seismic change to the hospitality landscape. In the case of Banyan Tree, KP Ho recalls the sudden impact of the pandemic and the many changes to attitudes and business units that is keeping their brand alive. He speaks to Bill Barnett from c9hotelworks.com

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November 11, 2020 at 1:31 pm

Interesting how positive KP Ho is, unlike some Westerners(no point naming names!), and how he also sees “STVs” and “bubbles” as pointless and that the loss of international tourism has a “flip side”.

November 11, 2020 at 8:01 pm

Do you even live in Thailand? It seems to me that you just find a way to bash expats that DO LIVE in Thailand. It also seems to me that if the nonsens you are spouting would be true then shouldnt you leave Thailand and let Thailand be only for thais? I think you need to check yourself. Take your blindfoldes off please.

November 11, 2020 at 2:10 pm

Of course KP Ho is positive.
If he stated our hotels are doomed we are losing millions every week, Banyan stock and share holders would gallop to sell their stock.
I quite liked him though, very well dressed, especially in comparison to Mr Hotel.
Rule one Mr Hotel, if you have a big gut, do not tuck your shirt into your pants.
And trainers – for you. Do you ever train? .

November 11, 2020 at 7:14 pm

No international travel, plant based foods.. share wealth and experiences with those who can’t afford them.

^^^ that’s your new narrative. All wrapped up in a cute covid present.

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Apple’s operating system has a long-standing rivalry with the Android operating system. Some believe that iOS is better, some believe Android is better. We all know this is a never-ending discussion and everything comes with merits and demerits so does these two.

The 3 Key attributes Apple focuses on:
1. They must be easy to use, from the initial setup to the way back you interact with it every day.
2. They are designed to work together, seamlessly and intuitively.
3. They are also designed to protect your privacy.

Did you make the right choice? or are you considering switching to the other OS, to know better refer to this article:

Apple is the product of a genius and it is none other than the mighty Steve Jobs. At the very start of the company, there were a total of 3 founders named Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne. But as of now only 2 of them are famous because Ronald didn’t believe in the company and bailed out by selling his 10% share for $800. If by some miracle if he wouldn’t have sold those shares it would be around $200 Billion in today’s money.

Theses 3 products have been sold the most on the planet, one being the Rubics Cube, other being the Harry Potter books and last being the iPhone.

Apple always seems to respect Steve Jobs instead of some instances where they fired him from his own company and later Apple bought “NeXT” (the company Steve started after getting fired) which bought Steve back into Apple. Steve was bought after the problems that arose in the company when they were down on sales and were not in a good position generally. After coming to Apple Steve Jobs introduced the original iPhone to the world and everything in the technological world changed from that moment.

Steve Jobs was a perfectionist as all the products that he launched were nothing short of a masterpiece, every product from iPod to iPhone to iMac. He was a genius in the marketing department as every product his company made was the most sold product in that category. Only one shortcoming he had was that he was not very good with the knowledge of technology as it is said he never wrote a single line of code himself rather Steve Wozniak was the brains of the company at the very start.
On 5th October 2011, Steve Jobs died from pancreatic cancer.
This date will always be remembered as a bad day in the tech world.

The actual reason which leads to the death of the Genius, watch the video to know more:

Earlier the name of the Apple was ‘Apple Computer Inc.’ but after the launch of the original iPhone in 2007, the name was officially changed to just ‘Apple Inc.’

Thailand News Today | Protests to escalate, Domestic violence, Tourist visa exemptions? | Nov 19

November 19, 2020

Just a reminder that it is still safe to travel to Thailand. The protests are in very small pockets around Bangkok and well publicised in advance. If you can, and are prepared to go through all the hoops and paperwork, it’s still a great place to visit.

Bangkok police blame insufficient manpower for failure to control Parliament road clashes

Police in Bangkok have admitted they had insufficient manpower to handle clashes that erupted at protests on Tuesday.

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Anti-government activists clashed with pro-establishment groups at the Kiakkai intersection outside the new Thai Parliament, leading to at least 55 people being injured, including 6 who were shot, according to medical officials at the Erawan Medical Centre who attended to the wounded.

The police have come in for heavy criticism for their failure to prevent violence breaking out between rival protest groups.

Anti-government activists condemn rejection of iLaw draft, vow to fight on

Meanwhile, protests look set to continue following Parliament’s decision yesterday to reject a draft charter amendment submitted by human rights non-profit group iLaw, with the backing of over 100,000 signatures.

Protest leaders say the decision has left activists with no choice other than to continue with more, and larger, protests. The Free Youth group accuses parliamentarians of serving a “dictator”, and ignoring the demands of the Thai people.

Last night, protesters ended their rally in central Bangkok just before 9pm. There was quite a lot of graffiti damage around the area as slogans were written on footpaths and BTS train pylons. The front gate of the adjacent police HQ was covered in paint.

Domestic violence on the rise amid falling incomes and rising alcohol consumption

The Thai Health Promotion Foundation says the Covid-19 pandemic may be causing a spike in domestic violence, as incomes fall, debt rises, and more people turn to alcohol.

The foundation claims incidents of domestic abuse have risen by 66% since March, when Covid restrictions were introduced. The biggest rises are in the south of the country, with cases jumping by 48%. Bangkok recorded the lowest rise in incidents, at 26%.

Some Thai embassies dropping 500,000 baht requirement for 60 day tourist visa

Reports are circulating on social media that some Thai embassies are no longer insisting on proof of funds of 500,000 baht for a 60 day tourist visa (not to be confused with the Special Tourist Visa).

Posts in various media groups about the 60 day tourist visa, including some emails to The Thaiger, indicate that some embassies and consulates are no longer listing the requirement for proof of the equivalent of 500,000 baht in an applicants bank account for at least 6 months.

But any applicants on any visa still have to get all the required paperwork together… multiple Covid tests, a fit-to-fly certificate, a certificate of entry from your local embassy, and insurance cover of at least US$100,000. You also have a 14 day quarantine awaiting you when you arrive, at your expense.

Government aims to offer work permits to foreigners who invest at least US$1 million

Probably the most expensive Work Permit in the world. The Thai government is considering offering work permits to foreigners who invest at least US$1 million in Thai property or businesses.

The Centre for Economic Situation Administration has approved a proposal to grant work permits to eligible Thailand Elite Card holders. In order to qualify, they must have the top-tier Thailand Elite membership. They must also be prepared to invest their funds for at least 5 years.

Just another ‘proposal’ we have to keep track of as the visa situation in Thailand becomes increasingly complex.

Apirat Kongsompong appointed deputy director of Crown Property Bureau

His Majesty King Vajiralongkorn has appointed former army chief Apirat, an ardent royalist, as deputy director of the Crown Property Bureau.

Apirat Kongsompong‘s appointment has been announced in the Royal Gazette and is effective immediately.

The Crown Property Bureau is the quasi-government agency responsible for managing the property of the Monarchy of Thailand. The bureau is legally defined as a separate juristic agency and not a government agency.

Apirat has caused some controversy in the past by stating his belief that military intervention is necessary when political unrest gets out of control. He has also in the past denounced politicians and academics he considers, “communist” or “extreme left”.

He’s also expressed his devotion to the Thai monarchy and describes himself as a hard-line royalist.

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Thailand News Today | Protests to escalate, Domestic violence, Tourist visa exemptions? | Nov 19

November 19, 2020

Just a reminder that it is still safe to travel to Thailand. The protests are in very small pockets around Bangkok and well publicised in advance. If you can, and are prepared to go through all the hoops and paperwork, it’s still a great place to visit.

Bangkok police blame insufficient manpower for failure to control Parliament road clashes

Police in Bangkok have admitted they had insufficient manpower to handle clashes that erupted at protests on Tuesday.

Anti-government activists clashed with pro-establishment groups at the Kiakkai intersection outside the new Thai Parliament, leading to at least 55 people being injured, including 6 who were shot, according to medical officials at the Erawan Medical Centre who attended to the wounded.

The police have come in for heavy criticism for their failure to prevent violence breaking out between rival protest groups.

Anti-government activists condemn rejection of iLaw draft, vow to fight on

Meanwhile, protests look set to continue following Parliament’s decision yesterday to reject a draft charter amendment submitted by human rights non-profit group iLaw, with the backing of over 100,000 signatures.

Protest leaders say the decision has left activists with no choice other than to continue with more, and larger, protests. The Free Youth group accuses parliamentarians of serving a “dictator”, and ignoring the demands of the Thai people.

Last night, protesters ended their rally in central Bangkok just before 9pm. There was quite a lot of graffiti damage around the area as slogans were written on footpaths and BTS train pylons. The front gate of the adjacent police HQ was covered in paint.

Domestic violence on the rise amid falling incomes and rising alcohol consumption

The Thai Health Promotion Foundation says the Covid-19 pandemic may be causing a spike in domestic violence, as incomes fall, debt rises, and more people turn to alcohol.

The foundation claims incidents of domestic abuse have risen by 66% since March, when Covid restrictions were introduced. The biggest rises are in the south of the country, with cases jumping by 48%. Bangkok recorded the lowest rise in incidents, at 26%.

Some Thai embassies dropping 500,000 baht requirement for 60 day tourist visa

Reports are circulating on social media that some Thai embassies are no longer insisting on proof of funds of 500,000 baht for a 60 day tourist visa (not to be confused with the Special Tourist Visa).

Posts in various media groups about the 60 day tourist visa, including some emails to The Thaiger, indicate that some embassies and consulates are no longer listing the requirement for proof of the equivalent of 500,000 baht in an applicants bank account for at least 6 months.

But any applicants on any visa still have to get all the required paperwork together… multiple Covid tests, a fit-to-fly certificate, a certificate of entry from your local embassy, and insurance cover of at least US$100,000. You also have a 14 day quarantine awaiting you when you arrive, at your expense.

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Government aims to offer work permits to foreigners who invest at least US$1 million

Probably the most expensive Work Permit in the world. The Thai government is considering offering work permits to foreigners who invest at least US$1 million in Thai property or businesses.

The Centre for Economic Situation Administration has approved a proposal to grant work permits to eligible Thailand Elite Card holders. In order to qualify, they must have the top-tier Thailand Elite membership. They must also be prepared to invest their funds for at least 5 years.

Just another ‘proposal’ we have to keep track of as the visa situation in Thailand becomes increasingly complex.

Apirat Kongsompong appointed deputy director of Crown Property Bureau

His Majesty King Vajiralongkorn has appointed former army chief Apirat, an ardent royalist, as deputy director of the Crown Property Bureau.

Apirat Kongsompong‘s appointment has been announced in the Royal Gazette and is effective immediately.

The Crown Property Bureau is the quasi-government agency responsible for managing the property of the Monarchy of Thailand. The bureau is legally defined as a separate juristic agency and not a government agency.

Apirat has caused some controversy in the past by stating his belief that military intervention is necessary when political unrest gets out of control. He has also in the past denounced politicians and academics he considers, “communist” or “extreme left”.

He’s also expressed his devotion to the Thai monarchy and describes himself as a hard-line royalist.

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Other Way Around:-

Apple tests everything rigorously before releasing it to the public. It is so intense that Apple users have to wait for a few years to be implemented in their phones. No doubt Apple puts Billions of Dollars in R&D but it waits for the reaction of people to a particular new addition to phones until it provides the users with their version, which sometimes is even better than what is out there. In the early days of smartphones, it was the other way around Apple used to be the company that was first to something but nowadays Android is ahead in that department.

In my opinion, considering the fact that I have a decent experience using their products, Apple is a company that is self constrained and puts themselves first before their customer and I don’t blame them because as a business they are allowed to do so but recently they have grown so much that they should change it a bit.
For example, each tech company sends its products to journalists to be examined beforehand but Apple you guessed it, never does it. And considering the fact that their products are over-engineered but they are also highly overpriced, they were the ones to start the $1,000 price range of phones as a result, companies started making their phones to be priced similarly, and sometimes it gets even higher. The basic version Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra would cost you a cool $1,400.

Apple is a beautiful company in the way it is operated and maintained in the industry that’s why they have surpassed the $2 Trillion mark in the NASDAQ , making it the first company to do so in modern history. Mind that there have been many companies that have done such a feat in the past but in recent years Apple is the first. It has made such a good impression on people’s minds that they are running to buy Apple stocks and they don’t hesitate to put down their deposits in the name of Apple.

Apple stock is currently trading at $116 per share (under the intial AAPL) with total outstanding share of 17.103 billion at the time of writing this article.
Multiplying them will give us the market capitalization.

Thailand News Today | Protests to escalate, Domestic violence, Tourist visa exemptions? | Nov 19

November 19, 2020

Just a reminder that it is still safe to travel to Thailand. The protests are in very small pockets around Bangkok and well publicised in advance. If you can, and are prepared to go through all the hoops and paperwork, it’s still a great place to visit.

Bangkok police blame insufficient manpower for failure to control Parliament road clashes

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Anti-government activists clashed with pro-establishment groups at the Kiakkai intersection outside the new Thai Parliament, leading to at least 55 people being injured, including 6 who were shot, according to medical officials at the Erawan Medical Centre who attended to the wounded.

The police have come in for heavy criticism for their failure to prevent violence breaking out between rival protest groups.

Anti-government activists condemn rejection of iLaw draft, vow to fight on

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Protest leaders say the decision has left activists with no choice other than to continue with more, and larger, protests. The Free Youth group accuses parliamentarians of serving a “dictator”, and ignoring the demands of the Thai people.

Last night, protesters ended their rally in central Bangkok just before 9pm. There was quite a lot of graffiti damage around the area as slogans were written on footpaths and BTS train pylons. The front gate of the adjacent police HQ was covered in paint.

Domestic violence on the rise amid falling incomes and rising alcohol consumption

The Thai Health Promotion Foundation says the Covid-19 pandemic may be causing a spike in domestic violence, as incomes fall, debt rises, and more people turn to alcohol.

The foundation claims incidents of domestic abuse have risen by 66% since March, when Covid restrictions were introduced. The biggest rises are in the south of the country, with cases jumping by 48%. Bangkok recorded the lowest rise in incidents, at 26%.

Some Thai embassies dropping 500,000 baht requirement for 60 day tourist visa

Reports are circulating on social media that some Thai embassies are no longer insisting on proof of funds of 500,000 baht for a 60 day tourist visa (not to be confused with the Special Tourist Visa).

Posts in various media groups about the 60 day tourist visa, including some emails to The Thaiger, indicate that some embassies and consulates are no longer listing the requirement for proof of the equivalent of 500,000 baht in an applicants bank account for at least 6 months.

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Apirat Kongsompong appointed deputy director of Crown Property Bureau

His Majesty King Vajiralongkorn has appointed former army chief Apirat, an ardent royalist, as deputy director of the Crown Property Bureau.

Apirat Kongsompong‘s appointment has been announced in the Royal Gazette and is effective immediately.

The Crown Property Bureau is the quasi-government agency responsible for managing the property of the Monarchy of Thailand. The bureau is legally defined as a separate juristic agency and not a government agency.

Apirat has caused some controversy in the past by stating his belief that military intervention is necessary when political unrest gets out of control. He has also in the past denounced politicians and academics he considers, “communist” or “extreme left”.

He’s also expressed his devotion to the Thai monarchy and describes himself as a hard-line royalist.

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Killing Products:-

Apple has a history of launching breathtaking releases in the field of tech. It is also a type of company that can kill its products for the success of other products. Take the iPod for example, the launch of the original iPhone was published to integrate 3 products in it including the iPod and indeed everyone will agree what a great kill that was. When the original iPhone was launched, it changed people’s thinking of what a phone could do. To your surprise, it was launched on 19th June 2007 and it was the 1st screen touch phone on the planet . The OS at the launch was not called iOS but was called an extended version of Mac OS.

Thailand News Today | Protests to escalate, Domestic violence, Tourist visa exemptions? | Nov 19

November 19, 2020

Just a reminder that it is still safe to travel to Thailand. The protests are in very small pockets around Bangkok and well publicised in advance. If you can, and are prepared to go through all the hoops and paperwork, it’s still a great place to visit.

Bangkok police blame insufficient manpower for failure to control Parliament road clashes

Police in Bangkok have admitted they had insufficient manpower to handle clashes that erupted at protests on Tuesday.

Anti-government activists clashed with pro-establishment groups at the Kiakkai intersection outside the new Thai Parliament, leading to at least 55 people being injured, including 6 who were shot, according to medical officials at the Erawan Medical Centre who attended to the wounded.

The police have come in for heavy criticism for their failure to prevent violence breaking out between rival protest groups.

Anti-government activists condemn rejection of iLaw draft, vow to fight on

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Protest leaders say the decision has left activists with no choice other than to continue with more, and larger, protests. The Free Youth group accuses parliamentarians of serving a “dictator”, and ignoring the demands of the Thai people.

Last night, protesters ended their rally in central Bangkok just before 9pm. There was quite a lot of graffiti damage around the area as slogans were written on footpaths and BTS train pylons. The front gate of the adjacent police HQ was covered in paint.

Domestic violence on the rise amid falling incomes and rising alcohol consumption

The Thai Health Promotion Foundation says the Covid-19 pandemic may be causing a spike in domestic violence, as incomes fall, debt rises, and more people turn to alcohol.

The foundation claims incidents of domestic abuse have risen by 66% since March, when Covid restrictions were introduced. The biggest rises are in the south of the country, with cases jumping by 48%. Bangkok recorded the lowest rise in incidents, at 26%.

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Apirat Kongsompong appointed deputy director of Crown Property Bureau

His Majesty King Vajiralongkorn has appointed former army chief Apirat, an ardent royalist, as deputy director of the Crown Property Bureau.

Apirat Kongsompong‘s appointment has been announced in the Royal Gazette and is effective immediately.

The Crown Property Bureau is the quasi-government agency responsible for managing the property of the Monarchy of Thailand. The bureau is legally defined as a separate juristic agency and not a government agency.

Apirat has caused some controversy in the past by stating his belief that military intervention is necessary when political unrest gets out of control. He has also in the past denounced politicians and academics he considers, “communist” or “extreme left”.

He’s also expressed his devotion to the Thai monarchy and describes himself as a hard-line royalist.

Keep in contact with The Thaiger by following our Facebook page.
Never miss out on future posts by following The Thaiger.

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