Wednesday, 28 December 2011

New Year Celebration at only THB 2012.- nett included breakfast

For celebrating New Year 2012, Ramada D'MA Bangkok is delighted to offer the special limited deal for our guest, only at THB 2,012.-including breakfast. Only 12 rooms per day from now until 10 January 2012. BOOK NOW! at http://www.ramada-bkk.com/ and e-mail at rsvn2@ramada-bkk.com



Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Year End Reward 2011 at Ramada D'MA Bangkok

Year End Reward 2011 & New Year Celebration 2012 @ Ramada D'MA Bangkok

Year End Reward 2011 at THB 2,011.- nett per room per night for Superior Room inclusive with International Buffet Breakfast . Available from now until 30 December 2011.

New Year Celebration 2012 at THB 2,012.- nett per room per night for Superior Room inclusive with International Buffet Breakfast. Booking from now until 10 January 2012 and staying on 1st until12 January 2012.

Book Now! at http://www.ramada-bkk.com/ and via e-mail at rsvn2@ramada-bkk.com and corpsales01@ramada-bkk.com

Bangkok Countdown at Ramada D'MA Bangkok

Thursday, 22 December 2011

Shareholder Meeting for Mahanakorn Management Company Limited at Ramada D'MA Bangkok on December 22, 2011

Mr. Kitti  Srisawat was addressed the meeting


Hai Phong City, Vietnam and Tourism Authority of Thailand at Ramada D'MA Bangkok on December 20, 2012

Mr. Ngo Ngoc Tan, Manager of Tourism Operations Department Administration of Culture, Sport and Tourism was given the opening speech



Mr. Lai Cut Nam, Vice Chairman of Haiphong People’s Committee was addressing the speech

Mr. Phakorn  Kaributra, Executive Director of Tourism Authority of Thailand was given the speech for welcoming all attendees



Mr. Martin  Landolt, General Manager of Ramada D'MA Bangkok was greeting Mr. Lai Cut Nam and gathering with Ms. Saranchana  Suphirun, Director of Sales and Marketing


Group of repretatives from hotels during the dinner hosted by Ramada D'MA Bangkok



Dinner reception


Celebrate your Christmas Eve at Ramada D'MA Bangkok

Friday, 16 December 2011

Sip Me! @ Ramada D'MA Bangkok

Freshy Brewed Coffee & Selection of Fresh Fruit Juice are now available to serve you at Galleria Restaurant, Ramada D'MA Bangkok.

Freshy Brewed Coffee is starting from THB 80++ and Fresh Fruit Juice is starting from THB 100++

Tasting is waiting for chilling your relaxing day at Ramada D'MA Bangkok.

Thursday, 8 December 2011

WELCOME BACK! SHOPAHOLIC FESTIVE SEASON IS READY!

No Flood! it was the definition for Pratunam area, the great shopping area for all fashionistas.

Shopaholic Festive Season Shopping is ready to welcome back all shopaholic boys and girls to explore the selected gifts for the special occasion.

Ramada D'MA Bangkok is also granted for this festive celebration time. And our offered deal is starting from THB 2,100.-nett /room / night
for 2 persons. Check and book with your favorite choice at http://www.ramada-bkk.com/ or our valued online business partners. Leave the rest to us..

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Ramada D'MA Bangkok: Annual Fire Evacuation on 29/11/2011

Executive Office gathering with Sales and Marketing Team

Kitchen, Food & Beverages and Housekeeping Teams

Khun Vilas, Resident Manager was controlling the process

Engineering Team gathering with Front Office Team

Accounting Team also participated for fire safety plan

Friday, 25 November 2011

Final Flooding Updated: 25/11/2011




Bangkok is coming back to normal life. Flooding severe is getting relief, especially in the north and west of Bangkok. All main shopping malls are already resume for fully service for all Bangkokians and visitors.

This post is going to be the last update for flooding situation in Bangkok after a month consecutive report.

Thank you all followers and email for keeping in touch with us through our Facebook and Twitter.
We are going to promote our hotel with events and special offer deals. Any further inquiries can be posted here for our two-ways communications.

Thank you again for your kind support to Ramada D'MA Bangkok

Best regards,

Ramada D'MA Bangkok Team

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Situation Update: Flooding in Thailand by Tourism Authority of Thailand : 23/11/2011

Situation Update: Flooding in Thailand
Issued at Bangkok at 14:00 (GMT+7) on 23 November 2011


Flood waters are receding in most of the affected areas of Thailand’s central provinces and several districts of greater Bangkok.  Central Bangkok was not affected by the flood. No provinces in the south, north, and northeast of Thailand are affected by the flood. Almost all key tourist destinations and attractions throughout Thailand were not affected by the flood.

As the flooding situation has become more stable, the TAT will provide further situation updates as needed to reflect changing conditions.


Situation in Bangkok

In the Bangkok Metropolitan Area, the central part of the city where most tourists go was not affected by the flood.  It is expected to remain dry.  Flood water is receding in many districts of Bangkok.  This includes the Chatuchak District, where Chatuchak Weekend Market is located.  The market itself is not flooded.  Central Plaza Lad Phrao, which is also in the Chatuchak District, has reopened.

Areas still flooded in the Bangkok Metropolitan Area include suburbs in the east and west, the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, and districts in the northern part of the city.

In central Bangkok, businesses, hotels, shops and tourist attractions are open as per normal in areas including:

·         Khao San Road
·         Ratchaprasong (Central World area)
·         Phetchaburi Road
·         Sathorn
·         Ploenchit/ Chidlom
·         Siam Square/ MBK/ Siam Paragon
·         Pratunam
·         Silom/ Surawongse
·         Rama I Road
·         Sukhumvit Road/ The Emporium
·         Rama IV Road
·         Yaowarat (Chinatown)


Tourists who want to check the latest conditions can call the TAT Information Line at 1672 or visit TAT’s official Web site for flood information: www.thailandtourismupdate.com.  Service operators can also provide additional information.

The BTS Skytrain and MRT subway are operating normally. Taxis and tuk tuks are available as per normal.  Some BMTA bus routes are still rerouted or suspended due to the flooding.  Some express boat services on the Chao Phraya River have resumed.




Transportation

Suvarnabhumi Airport:
Suvarnabhumi Airport, the main international gateway to Thailand, remains open and will not be affected by the flood.  Suvarnabhumi Airport is the main connector for international arrivals to domestic flights serving tourist destinations throughout Thailand such as Phuket, Chiang Mai and Surat Thani.  Domestic flights are operating as per normal between Suvarnabhumi Airport and other airports in Thailand.

Transportation to and from the airport into central Bangkok including taxis, buses and the Airport Rail Link are operating normally. Highways from the airport to tourist destinations southeast of Bangkok such as Pattaya, Rayong and Ko Chang are open.

The two domestic airlines normally based at Don Mueang Airport, which is still closed due to flooding, continue operating from Suvarnabhumi Airport.


State Railway of Thailand and inter-provincial bus services:
State Railway of Thailand (SRT) and inter-provincial bus services are operating as per usual in areas that are not affected by the floods. In Bangkok and other areas affected by the floods, the SRT and inter-provincial bus service operators have adjusted their routes to best serve passengers given local conditions.  Inter-provincial buses from Bangkok to southern provinces are leaving from the Southern Bus Terminal, also known as Sai Tai Mai.

Train services to north and northeastern Thailand are operating as per normal from       Hua Lamphong Station, with some delays due to rerouting. Train services to the southern provinces are operating from Hua Lamphong Station and Nakhon Pathom due to flooding in some areas of Bangkok’s western suburbs. The SRT is providing shuttle bus services between Hua Lamphong Station and Nakhon Pathom.  Travelers are advised to check in advance with these operators and may want to consider flying to their destinations within Thailand.


Situation in Ayutthaya

Flood waters have also subsided in most areas of the island of Ayutthaya.  Cleanup operations have been underway since the second week of November. Tourist attractions in Ayutthaya including the World Heritage Site will reopen officially once a detailed inspection by the Fine Arts Department is complete. 

Attractions in Ayutthaya that are now open and welcoming visitors are:
·         Ayutthaya Royal Elephant Kraal
·         Chao Sam Phraya National Museum
·         Wat Phanan Choeng Ayutthaya
·         Wat Yai Chai Mongkol and the Temple of the Reclining Buddha
·         Chankasem National Museum
·         Wat Ratchaburana (Ayutthaya)
·         Wat Phra Si Sanphet
·         Wat Phra Mahathat
·         Wat Phra Ram


Other Provinces in Thailand

Most provinces in Thailand were not affected by the flood. No provinces in the south, north, and northeast of Thailand are affected by the flood. The flooding has subsided in most of the central provinces including Ang Thong, and Chai Nat.  Cleanup operations are underway. 


Provinces in the central area not affected by the floods:

·         Chanthaburi
·         Ratchaburi
·         Chachoengsao
·         Rayong
·         Chon Buri (Pattaya)
·         Samut Prakan
·         Kanchanaburi
·         Samut Songkhram
·         Lop Buri
·         Sa Kaeo
·         Nakhon Nayok
·         Saraburi
·         Phetchaburi (Cha Am)
·         Suphanburi
·         Prachuap Khiri Khan (Hua Hin)
·         Singburi
·         Prachin Buri
·         Trat (Ko Chang)



Information sources:

TAT’s official Web site for flood information: www.thailandtourismupdate.com

English-language sources:
The Government Public Relations Department:            http://thailand.prd.go.th/
BMA Announcement on Flooding Situation in Bangkok:

Thai- language sources:
Flood Relief Operation Center (FROC): http://www.floodthailand.net/
BMA Announcement on Flooding Situation in Bangkok:
State Railway of Thailand: http://www.railway.co.th/home/Default.asp

English-language newspapers offering continuous updates on the flooding situation:
Bangkok Post: http://www.bangkokpost.com
The Nation: http://www.nationmultimedia.com

Useful Contact Numbers:
TAT Call Center:                                                      1672 (8:00 – 20:00 hrs, everyday)
Tourist Assistance Center:                                    02-283-1500 and 02-356-0655
Tourist Police:                                                          1155
Suvarnabhumi Airport Call Center:                     02-132-1888
Thai Airways:                                                           02-356-1111
Bangkok Airways:                                                   02-265-8777
Air Asia:                                                                    02-515-9999  
Nok Air:                                                                     1318 or 02-900-9955
Orient Thai Airlines:                                               1126
Airport Rail Link Call Center:                                1690
State Railway of Thailand (SRT) Call Center:   1690
Transport Co.,Ltd. Hotline:                                    1490
(Inter-provincial bus service)
BTS Call Center                                                      02-617-6000
MRT Call Center                                                     02-624-5200

Flooding updated: 23/11/2011

Street to Ramada D'MA Bangkok

Street in front of Ramada D'MA Bangkok

Road from Makkasan Railway Station

Letter from General Manager of Suvarnabhumi Airport

No. 1019        
                                                                        17  November  2011


Thai Hotel Association
294/1 Asia Building Floor 2
Phayathai Road
, Rajthevee
Bangkok 10400


To Whom It May Concern,
      

As several provinces of Thailand have been affected by a severe flood which has become the cause of a massive flooding to Thailand’s capital and has created uncertainty among travellers in Suvarnabhumi Airport’s operation.     

On behalf of Suvarnabhumi Airport by Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited, we would like to take this opportunity to reaffirm you that Suvarnabhumi Airport has been fully functioning for all airlines, passengers and cargo as usual (please find the details attached). We are full of confidence that Suvarnabhumi Airport will definitely be safe from this flood because of its efficient flood protection system consisting of a clay dyke and a high standard drainage system. The base of the mentioned clay dyke surrounding the airport is 37 meters wide, 23.5 kilometers long, 3.5 meters high above mean sea level. The clay dyke construction started in the year 1995 and completed in the year 2000, which has made them very stable           and strong for preventing the penetration of water. While our high standard        drainage system consists of reservoirs which has capacity to store 4 million cubic meters (m3) of water and 2 pumping stations with ability to drain water out at a rate of 1 million m3 per day.

Besides our flood protection system, Suvarnabhumi Airport has been designed with utilities systems, for example, the waste water treatment system which is a closed circulation system, therefore no water from the outside area of Suvarnabhumi airport can penetrate through these systems.

Lastly, we would like to inform you that all passengers may use Suvarnabhumi Airport conveniently as well as travelling to other tourist destinations within Thailand that do not affected by flood. Should you require further information, please contact our call center at +66-2132-1888 at any time or visiting our website www.suvarnabhumiairport.com.

Your kind support in releasing the above-mentioned information to the involved parties would be highly appreciated.


                                                                        Yours sincerely,

                                                                                                                        
SOMCHAI SAWASDEEPON
                                                                        General Manager of Suvarnabhumi Airport



Please find attached a link to our VDO Presentation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNUqd8OI7Lo

Alternatively, please visit our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/SuvarnabhumiAirport

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Situation Update: Flooding in Thailand by Tourism Authority of Thailand

Situation Update: Flooding in Thailand
Issued at Bangkok at 16:00 (GMT+7) on 21 November 2011


Flood waters are receding in most of the affected areas of Thailand’s central provinces and several districts of greater Bangkok.  Central Bangkok was not affected by the flood. No provinces in the south, north, and northeast of Thailand are affected by the flood. Almost all key tourist destinations and attractions throughout Thailand were not affected by the flood.

As the flooding situation has become more stable, the TAT will provide further situation updates as needed to reflect changing conditions.


Situation in Bangkok

In the Bangkok Metropolitan Area, the central part of the city where most tourists go was not affected by the flood.  It is expected to remain dry.  Flood water is receding in many districts of Bangkok.  This includes the Chatuchak District, where Chatuchak Weekend Market is located.  The market itself is not flooded.  Central Plaza Lad Phrao, which is also in the Chatuchak District, has reopened.

Areas still flooded in the Bangkok Metropolitan Area include suburbs in the east and west, the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, and districts in the northern part of the city.

In central Bangkok, businesses, hotels, shops and tourist attractions are open as per normal in areas including:

·         Khao San Road
·         Ratchaprasong (Central World area)
·         Phetchaburi Road
·         Sathorn
·         Ploenchit/ Chidlom
·         Siam Square/ MBK/ Siam Paragon
·         Pratunam
·         Silom/ Surawongse
·         Rama I Road
·         Sukhumvit Road/ The Emporium
·         Rama IV Road
·         Yaowarat (Chinatown)


Tourists who want to check the latest conditions can call the TAT Information Line at 1672 or visit TAT’s official Web site for flood information: www.thailandtourismupdate.com.  Service operators can also provide additional information.

The BTS Skytrain and MRT subway are operating normally. Taxis and tuk tuks are available as per normal.  Some BMTA bus routes are still rerouted or suspended due to the flooding.  Some express boat services on the Chao Phraya River have resumed.




Transportation

Suvarnabhumi Airport:
Suvarnabhumi Airport, the main international gateway to Thailand, remains open and will not be affected by the flood.  Suvarnabhumi Airport is the main connector for international arrivals to domestic flights serving tourist destinations throughout Thailand such as Phuket, Chiang Mai and Surat Thani.  Domestic flights are operating as per normal between Suvarnabhumi Airport and other airports in Thailand.

Transportation to and from the airport into central Bangkok including taxis, buses and the Airport Rail Link are operating normally. Highways from the airport to tourist destinations southeast of Bangkok such as Pattaya, Rayong and Ko Chang are open.

The two domestic airlines normally based at Don Mueang Airport, which is still closed due to flooding, continue operating from Suvarnabhumi Airport.


State Railway of Thailand and inter-provincial bus services:
State Railway of Thailand (SRT) and inter-provincial bus services are operating as per usual in areas that are not affected by the floods. In Bangkok and other areas affected by the floods, the SRT and inter-provincial bus service operators have adjusted their routes to best serve passengers given local conditions.  Inter-provincial buses from Bangkok to southern provinces are leaving from a temporary station at the car park of the Holland Beer House on Rama II Road in the southwest part of Bangkok.

Train services to north and northeastern Thailand are operating as per normal from Hua Lamphong Station, with some delays due to rerouting. Train services to the southern provinces are operating mainly from Nakhon Pathom due to flooding in Bangkok’s western suburbs.  The SRT is providing shuttle bus services between Hua Lamphong Station and Nakhon Pathom.  Travelers are advised to check in advance with these operators and may want to consider flying to their destinations within Thailand.


Situation in Ayutthaya

Flood waters have also subsided in most areas of the island of Ayutthaya.  Cleanup operations have been underway since the second week of November. Tourist attractions in Ayutthaya including the World Heritage Site will reopen officially once a detailed inspection by the Fine Arts Department is complete. 

Attractions in Ayutthaya that are now open and welcoming visitors are:
·         Ayutthaya Royal Elephant Kraal
·         Chao Sam Phraya National Museum
·         Wat Phanan Choeng Ayutthaya
·         Wat Yai Chai Mongkol and the Temple of the Reclining Buddha




Other Provinces in Thailand

Most provinces in Thailand were not affected by the flood. No provinces in the south, north, and northeast of Thailand are affected by the flood. The flooding has subsided in most of the central provinces including Ang Thong, and Chai Nat.  Cleanup operations are underway. 

Manufacturers and distributors have re-established stable supply lines for consumer products.  Local brands of bottled water and beer are available in most locations, as are imported brands of bottled water and beer.

Highway 35, a major route to the south also known as Rama II Road, will remain open to destinations to the south such as Hua Hin, Cha-Am and Chumphon, as well as to the west such as Kanchanaburi and Ratchaburi.

Provinces in the central area not affected by the floods:

·         Chanthaburi
·         Ratchaburi
·         Chachoengsao
·         Rayong
·         Chon Buri (Pattaya)
·         Samut Prakan
·         Kanchanaburi
·         Samut Songkhram
·         Lop Buri
·         Sa Kaeo
·         Nakhon Nayok
·         Saraburi
·         Phetchaburi (Cha Am)
·         Suphanburi
·         Prachuap Khiri Khan (Hua Hin)
·         Singburi
·         Prachin Buri
·         Trat (Ko Chang)



Information sources:

TAT’s official Web site for flood information: www.thailandtourismupdate.com

English-language sources:
The Government Public Relations Department:            http://thailand.prd.go.th/
BMA Announcement on Flooding Situation in Bangkok:

Thai- language sources:
Flood Relief Operation Center (FROC): http://www.floodthailand.net/
BMA Announcement on Flooding Situation in Bangkok:
State Railway of Thailand: http://www.railway.co.th/home/Default.asp



English-language newspapers offering continuous updates on the flooding situation:
Bangkok Post: http://www.bangkokpost.com
The Nation: http://www.nationmultimedia.com

Useful Contact Numbers:
TAT Call Center:                                                      1672 (8:00 – 20:00 hrs, everyday)
Tourist Assistance Center:                                    02-283-1500 and 02-356-0655
Tourist Police:                                                          1155
Suvarnabhumi Airport Call Center:                     02-132-1888
Thai Airways:                                                           02-356-1111
Bangkok Airways:                                                   02-265-8777
Air Asia:                                                                    02-515-9999  
Nok Air:                                                                     1318 or 02-900-9955
Orient Thai Airlines:                                               1126
Airport Rail Link Call Center:                                1690
State Railway of Thailand (SRT) Call Center:   1690
Transport Co.,Ltd. Hotline:                                    1490
(Inter-provincial bus service)
BTS Call Center                                                      02-617-6000
MRT Call Center                                                     02-624-5200
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