Aisawan Resort and Spa is the first hotel in Chonburi to support the Bangsai
Arts and Crafts Center in a project that displays products from the center
for sale to visitors.
Tanin Kraiwichian, privy councilor and vice president of the Arts and Crafts
Foundation, who is heading the organizing committee for the Bangsai Arts and
Crafts Center project, officially opened the display of products at the
Aisawan Resort and Spa on December 25.
Kraiwichian, privy councilor, visits the exhibition and studies the
Souvenirs were presented to supporters including Rerngsak
Mahavinitchaimontri, deputy governor of Chonburi, Pol Lt Col Wutichat
Luansukhan, superintendent of Pattaya Tourist Police, Pol Col Suthin
Srappuang, superintendent of Pattaya Police Station, Mayor Niran
Wattanasartsathorn, and Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh.
The Bangsai Arts and Crafts Center, which is under the patronage of Her
Majesty the Queen, has developed a strategy of marketing produce to Thai and
overseas visitors during the high season by setting up display centers in
Aisawan is the first, and will feature the product display for one month.
Following this will be Long Beach Resort and Spa, the Mountain Beach Hotel,
and the Sun Beam Hotel, each of which will showcase the products for one
The Bangsai Arts and Crafts Center was officially opened on December 7, 1984
and is located at Changyai Sub-district, Bangsai District, in Ayutthaya
Province. The center occupies a large area of some 750 rai of land, and has
30 departments for training diverse arts and crafts skills, providing
employment for rural people and preserving Thai arts, cultural heritage and
Tanin Kraiwichian, privy councilor and vice
president of the Arts and Crafts Foundation, gives his official opening
speech for the “Bangsai Arts and Crafts Centre of HM Queen Sirikit of
Thailand Distribution Project”.
Dignitaries at the opening ceremony inspect the
beautiful products on display.
Privy Councilor Tanin Kraiwichian poses for a
photo with local personalities at the opening.
Tanin Kraiwichian, privy councilor, cuts the
ribbon at the official opening.
Local politicians, police, wives and dignitaries
pose for a photo with Privy Councilor Tanin Kraiwichian at the opening.