Thai Beverage Public Company Limited
Thai Beverage Public Company Limited or “ThaiBev” was established in 2003 with an aim to consolidate its leading spirits and beer businesses in Thailand, which belonged to shareholders and other investors, into a group company. In 2006, ThaiBev listed its shares on the Singapore Exchange (“SGX”) and afterwards, expanded to the non-alcohol and food businesses in order to diversify its product portfolio, enhance the logistics efficiency, and mitigate business risks. Presently, ThaiBev is not only the leading beverage producer in Thailand, but also one of the largest beverage producers in Asia. Our business consists of 4 segments i.e. spirits, beer, non-alcohol beverages and food.
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Siam Kempinski Hotel BangkokSiam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is located in the heart of Bangkok’s premier shopping and entertainment district and within easy reach of the BTS Skytrain at the Siam Interchange Station (in front of Siam Paragon Shopping Centre). The hotel provides a direct access to Siam Paragon through the sky bridge located on Floor 2 of the Royal Wing. The property has been built in an important part of the city. The ground where the hotel stands today used to be part of the Lotus Pond Palace (Sra Pathum Palace), commissioned by King Mongkut or King Rama IV as a retreat palace outside the city. This was once the home of Prince Mahidol, grandfather of the present king, His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, and is now the royal residence of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, the King’s daughter and the crown princess of Thailand.
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