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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.




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Myanmar army chief asks Thailand for death sentence review – Channel News Asia


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Myanmar army chief asks Thailand for death sentence review
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Myanmar migrants Win Zaw Htun (R) and Zaw Lin (L) are escorted by officials after their guilty verdict at court in Thailand on Dec 24, 2015. A Thai court sentenced the two Myanmar migrants to death for killing British backpackers David Miller and
Burmese migrants accused of murdering on Thai island are found GUILTYDaily Mail
Thailand backpacker murders: Burmese workers sentenced to deathThe Guardian

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Ex-public servant starts recycling business to reduce landfill in Thailand – Channel News Asia


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Ex-public servant starts recycling business to reduce landfill in Thailand
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RAYONG, Thailand: In Thailand, waste recycling is usually a government-led process. Each day, 51 tonnes of rubbish is dumped into a landfill in Thailand's Rayong province which is now 13 years old and almost full. Most of that waste comes from 12

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Too Much Rubber, Too Few Tires Leaves Tappers in a Sticky Place – Bloomberg


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Too Much Rubber, Too Few Tires Leaves Tappers in a Sticky Place
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“We face so many challenges from all sides,” Winai said on his 600-rai plantation in Rayong, about 180 kilometers (110 miles) southeast of Bangkok. Rubber traded in Tokyo, a global benchmark, has tumbled 70 percent from a … “I try to cut costs, save
Too much rubber, too few tyres leaves tappers in sticky place | Bangkok Post: newsBangkok Post
Too much rubber, too few tyres leaves tappers in a sticky placeMalay Mail Online

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Too Much Rubber, Too Few Tires Leaves Tappers in a Sticky Place – Bloomberg


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Too Much Rubber, Too Few Tires Leaves Tappers in a Sticky Place
Bloomberg
“We face so many challenges from all sides,” Winai said on his 600-rai plantation in Rayong, about 180 kilometers (110 miles) southeast of Bangkok. Rubber traded in Tokyo, a global benchmark, has tumbled 70 percent from a … “I try to cut costs, save
Too much rubber, too few tyres leaves tappers in a sticky placeMalay Mail Online
Too much rubber, too few tyres leaves tappers in sticky place | Bangkok Post: newsBangkok Post

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Myanmar army chief asks Thailand for death sentence review – Channel News Asia


Channel News Asia
Myanmar army chief asks Thailand for death sentence review
Channel News Asia
Myanmar migrants Win Zaw Htun (R) and Zaw Lin (L) are escorted by officials after their guilty verdict at court in Thailand on Dec 24, 2015. A Thai court sentenced the two Myanmar migrants to death for killing British backpackers David Miller and
Burmese migrants accused of murdering on Thai island are found GUILTYDaily Mail
Thailand backpacker murders: Burmese workers sentenced to deathThe Guardian

all 561 news articles »

Add comment December 31st, 2015

Ex-public servant starts recycling business to reduce landfill in Thailand – Channel News Asia


Channel News Asia
Ex-public servant starts recycling business to reduce landfill in Thailand
Channel News Asia
RAYONG, Thailand: In Thailand, waste recycling is usually a government-led process. Each day, 51 tonnes of rubbish is dumped into a landfill in Thailand's Rayong province which is now 13 years old and almost full. Most of that waste comes from 12

Add comment December 31st, 2015

Too Much Rubber, Too Few Tires Leaves Tappers in a Sticky Place – Bloomberg


Bloomberg
Too Much Rubber, Too Few Tires Leaves Tappers in a Sticky Place
Bloomberg
“We face so many challenges from all sides,” Winai said on his 600-rai plantation in Rayong, about 180 kilometers (110 miles) southeast of Bangkok. Rubber traded in Tokyo, a global benchmark, has tumbled 70 percent from a … “I try to cut costs, save
Too much rubber, too few tyres leaves tappers in a sticky placeMalay Mail Online
Too much rubber, too few tyres leaves tappers in sticky place | Bangkok Post: newsBangkok Post

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Ford Thailand to invest US$186 million in Rayong factory – Thailand Business News


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Ford Thailand to invest US$186 million in Rayong factory
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Ford Motor Company today announced an additional investment of US$186 million (THB 6,269 million) in its existing Ford Thailand Manufacturing (FTM) facility in Rayong province to help meet customer demand for its popular Ranger pickup truck.
Ford beefs up Rayong factoryBangkok Post

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Ex-public servant starts recycling business to reduce landfill in Thailand – Channel News Asia


Channel News Asia
Ex-public servant starts recycling business to reduce landfill in Thailand
Channel News Asia
RAYONG, Thailand: In Thailand, waste recycling is usually a government-led process. Each day, 51 tonnes of rubbish is dumped into a landfill in Thailand's Rayong province which is now 13 years old and almost full. Most of that waste comes from 12

Add comment December 31st, 2015

Ex-public servant starts recycling business to reduce landfill in Thailand – Channel News Asia


Channel News Asia
Ex-public servant starts recycling business to reduce landfill in Thailand
Channel News Asia
RAYONG, Thailand: In Thailand, waste recycling is usually a government-led process. Each day, 51 tonnes of rubbish is dumped into a landfill in Thailand's Rayong province which is now 13 years old and almost full. Most of that waste comes from 12

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