Dusit Fudu Hotels and Resorts will manage Everfashion Group’s castle-style hotel in Fushun, a city of Liaoning province near Shenyang.
The 450-room Dusit Thani Castle Fushun is at Hot Go Park, which is being developed into one of the largest entertainment destinations in China, covering more than 3.5 square kilometres.
The park will house a Dream World theme park, Balinese-style Water World, ski resort, 18-hole golf course, mixed-use commercial complex, hot-springs centre and luxury residential villas. When it is completed in 2017, daily visitors are expected to peak at 80,000.
Scheduled to open in January 2017, the deluxe hotel with its castle architectural design will be the first internationally branded hotel in the city. It will be reachable in about 45 minutes from Shenyang Taoxian International Airport and 40 minutes from Shenyang city centre by car.
SET launches second ‘Your First Stock’ project after success last year
The Stock Exchange of Thailand has launched the second year of the “Your First Stock” project after having successfully increased new investors by more than 100,000 last year.
This year’s project is under the “Begin stock trading? Invest with quality” concept focusing on new investors categorised by career and aims to boost the new investor base to ensure their sustainable investment.
The SET is also cooperating with the Thai Financial Planners Association to develop content for all investor needs.
SET president Charamporn Jotikasthira said the “first stock” project was expected to add about 80,000 new investors this year.
Pinterest now availablein Thai, more translations due
Pinterest has been translated into Thai.
Thais can now access the translated version via the Pinterest website and iOS and Android applications.
“We’re excited to help Pinterest fans explore the things they love to do in Thai,” Matt Crystal, head of international, said yesterday.
Last year, Pinterest launched more than 20 languages and this year will continue with more translations.
People use Pinterest for such activities as creating wish lists, planning decor for their home, getting inspired about places to visit and discovering recipes.
20% of farmers to get paid soon
Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittirat Na Ranong believes the government can by the end of next month pay at least 20 per cent of the farmers still owed money from rice pledged during the current fiscal year, which began last October.
He made the remark as the Finance and Commerce ministries continue their efforts to find funds from the sale of rice via every possible channel, said a source from yesterday’s meeting of the caretaker Cabinet.
Turmoil dents MICE prospects
MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions) revenue this year is now projected to miss the growth projection of 10 per cent, due to the prolonged political turmoil, Nopparat Maythaveekulchai, president of the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau, said yesterday.
Last year, the MICE market generated revenue of Bt88 billion. This year, income is now forecast to grow by at least 6 per cent.
The bureau’s current financial year began in October.
Nopparat said the state of emergency introduced in January had clearly led a drop of around 20,000 MICE travellers visiting the Kingdom in the current quarter, resulting in a revenue loss of Bt1.8 billion.