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Novotel Rim Pae Rayong Hotel Thailand

Novotel Rim Pae Rayong

The Novotel Rim Pae Rayong Hotel is a 4 star beachfront resort hotel in beautiful Thailand. Set amongst exotic gardens complete with private beach, the hotel is the perfect holiday destination, a place to relax and unwind.

Enjoy music and drinks at our beachfront bar or a delicious meal in one of the two restaurants. Whether relaxing by the pool, at Novotel Rim Pae Rayong AQUAS health spa, or making the most of our extensive range of leisure facilities, guests are spoilt for choice in the friendly atmosphere of this hotel.




Archive for March, 2009

Global trade slump hits Asian labor – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor
Global trade slump hits Asian labor
Christian Science Monitor, MA
With agricultural demand also down, farming has become a less reliable Plan B. By Simon Montlake | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor Rayong, Thailand – When Visut Charoenchai lost his job in January in a French-owned glass factory,
THAILAND: Stalled engine plant starts again just-auto.com (subscription)
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Sandy is racing his way to the top – ScandAsia.com


ScandAsia.com
Sandy is racing his way to the top
ScandAsia.com, Thailand
The adoration of the small four-wheeled vehicles quickly turned into a huge passion and soon he started to win first races, and by the age of seven he was ranked number ten at the national championship of Thailand. Ever since then there has not been a

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Thai stainless pipe producer restarts after labour turmoil – Steel Business Briefing (subscription)

Thai stainless pipe producer restarts after labour turmoil
Steel Business Briefing (subscription), UK
Thailand stainless pipe producer, Thai-German Products (TGP), has restarted production after labour disputes forced the company to temporarily suspend production at its Rayong works on the east coast of Thailand. TGP resumed operations on 23 March

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Thai stainless pipe producer restarts after labour turmoil – Steel Business Briefing (subscription)

Thai stainless pipe producer restarts after labour turmoil
Steel Business Briefing (subscription), UK
Thailand stainless pipe producer, Thai-German Products (TGP), has restarted production after labour disputes forced the company to temporarily suspend production at its Rayong works on the east coast of Thailand. TGP resumed operations on 23 March

Add comment March 31st, 2009

Sandy is racing his way to the top – ScandAsia.com


ScandAsia.com
Sandy is racing his way to the top
ScandAsia.com, Thailand
The adoration of the small four-wheeled vehicles quickly turned into a huge passion and soon he started to win first races, and by the age of seven he was ranked number ten at the national championship of Thailand. Ever since then there has not been a

Add comment March 31st, 2009

Global trade slump hits Asian labor – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor
Global trade slump hits Asian labor
Christian Science Monitor, MA
With agricultural demand also down, farming has become a less reliable Plan B. By Simon Montlake | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor Rayong, Thailand – When Visut Charoenchai lost his job in January in a French-owned glass factory,
THAILAND: Stalled engine plant starts again just-auto.com (subscription)
all 2 news articles

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Map Ta Phut ruling inspires wider ‘green factory’ movement (The Nation – Thailand’s English news)

The Rayong Administrative Court’s March 3 declaration of Map Ta Phut industrial estate as a pollution control area has left its mark already – spurring the Ministry of Industry to launch

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Thai stainless pipe producer restarts after labour turmoil – Steel Business Briefing (subscription)

Thai stainless pipe producer restarts after labour turmoil
Steel Business Briefing (subscription), UK
Thailand stainless pipe producer, Thai-German Products (TGP), has restarted production after labour disputes forced the company to temporarily suspend production at its Rayong works on the east coast of Thailand. TGP resumed operations on 23 March

Add comment March 30th, 2009

Chances for GM loan improving – Bangkok Post

Chances for GM loan improving
Bangkok Post, Thailand
The loans would be used to finance GM's diesel engine factory and production of pickup trucks in Rayong. The project's construction has been suspended due to the severe financial trouble faced by the company's US parent. The carmaker has asked the

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Global trade slump hits Asian labor – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor
Global trade slump hits Asian labor
Christian Science Monitor, MA
With agricultural demand also down, farming has become a less reliable Plan B. By Simon Montlake | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor Rayong, Thailand – When Visut Charoenchai lost his job in January in a French-owned glass factory,
THAILAND: Stalled engine plant starts again just-auto.com (subscription)
all 2 news articles

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