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Andrew Wood wins Skål Merit award

Veteran hotelier and writer Andrew Wood was awarded a certificate of merit at the recent Skål International Congress hosted for the first time on...

Leading Thailand hotelier receives prestigious Skål award

One of Thailand’s most knowledgeable and experienced hoteliers, Eric Hallin, has been presented with the Malai Sakolviphak Award by the President of Skål International...

Skål posthumously awards Malai Sakolviphak

The Asia Area committee of Skål International, the world’s largest and oldest travel industry networking organisation, has recognised the outstanding achievements of the...

Malai Sakolviphak

Malai Sakolviphak was a man who consistently represented Thailand in the international tourism arena.  He was also involved with the local airline industry for...

Malai Sakolviphak – ‘Father’ of Skål Thailand – passes away

It was with profound shock that we learnt of the passing of Malai Sakolviphak - a Membre d’Honneur and former Skål International (SI) Thailand...

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