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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 September 4th, 2017

Australian man, son killed in Thailand after being electrocuted – The Australian


The Australian
Australian man, son killed in Thailand after being electrocuted
The Australian
Retired Austrailan construction director, Andrew Fenwick, 66, had been using a metal wrench to fix a pool pump at their family home in Rayong, Thailand, when he was electrocuted. Australian construction director, Andrew Fenwick. Picture: LinkedIn.
Australian Andrew Fenwick and son, Jason electrocuted in ThailandNEWS.com.au
Australian father, son, electrocuted in ThailandThe West Australian
Wife Pays Tribute After Australian Husband And Son Electrocuted Fixing Pool In ThailandHuffington Post Australia
Mirror.co.uk -Channel NewsAsia -Now To Love
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Thailand embarks on a journey to clean the Kingdoms oceans – eTurboNews


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Thailand embarks on a journey to clean the Kingdoms oceans
eTurboNews
… Authority of Thailand (TAT) today officially kicked off the “Upcycling the Oceans, Thailand” project during an opening ceremony held on the Khao Laem Ya Mu Ko Samet Marine National Park, a unique, pristine environment off the coast of Rayong province.

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Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023 – Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post
Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023
Bangkok Post
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) aims to open services for the 193-kilometre long Bangkok-Rayong high-speed Thai-Japanese railway by 2023, with ticket prices starting at 20 baht and adding 1.80 baht per kilometre. The railway project, valued at 215 …

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Australian man, son killed in Thailand after being electrocuted – The Australian


The Australian
Australian man, son killed in Thailand after being electrocuted
The Australian
Retired Austrailan construction director, Andrew Fenwick, 66, had been using a metal wrench to fix a pool pump at their family home in Rayong, Thailand, when he was electrocuted. Australian construction director, Andrew Fenwick. Picture: LinkedIn.
Australian Andrew Fenwick and son, Jason electrocuted in ThailandNEWS.com.au
Australian father, son, electrocuted in ThailandThe West Australian
Wife Pays Tribute After Australian Husband And Son Electrocuted Fixing Pool In ThailandHuffington Post Australia
Mirror.co.uk -Channel NewsAsia -Now To Love
all 19 news articles »

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Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023 | Bangkok Post: news – Bangkok Post


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Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023 | Bangkok Post: news
Bangkok Post
Latest news, politics, business and sport from Thailand and Asean, plus features, opinion and multimedia from across Southeast Asia.

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Thailand embarks on a journey to clean the Kingdoms oceans – eTurboNews


eTurboNews
Thailand embarks on a journey to clean the Kingdoms oceans
eTurboNews
… Authority of Thailand (TAT) today officially kicked off the “Upcycling the Oceans, Thailand” project during an opening ceremony held on the Khao Laem Ya Mu Ko Samet Marine National Park, a unique, pristine environment off the coast of Rayong province.

Add comment September 4th, 2017

Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023 – Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post
Rapid rail link to Rayong set for 2023
Bangkok Post
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) aims to open services for the 193-kilometre long Bangkok-Rayong high-speed Thai-Japanese railway by 2023, with ticket prices starting at 20 baht and adding 1.80 baht per kilometre. The railway project, valued at 215 …

and more »

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Source: Suntory in talks with Pepsi in Thailand – Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post
Source: Suntory in talks with Pepsi in Thailand
Bangkok Post
Recent media reports said Suntory Group had decided to buy two carbonated soft drink factories under a subsidiary company of Pepsi-Cola Thai Trading in Saraburi and Rayong. With Suntory handling the production and marketing, Pepsi-Cola will put more …

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Australian man, son killed in Thailand after being electrocuted – The Australian


The Australian
Australian man, son killed in Thailand after being electrocuted
The Australian
Retired Austrailan construction director, Andrew Fenwick, 66, had been using a metal wrench to fix a pool pump at their family home in Rayong, Thailand, when he was electrocuted. Australian construction director, Andrew Fenwick. Picture: LinkedIn.
Australian Andrew Fenwick and son, Jason electrocuted in ThailandNEWS.com.au
Australian father, son, electrocuted in ThailandThe West Australian
Wife Pays Tribute After Australian Husband And Son Electrocuted Fixing Pool In ThailandHuffington Post Australia
Mirror.co.uk -Channel NewsAsia -Now To Love
all 19 news articles »

Add comment September 4th, 2017

Source: Suntory in talks with Pepsi in Thailand – Bangkok Post


Bangkok Post
Source: Suntory in talks with Pepsi in Thailand
Bangkok Post
Recent media reports said Suntory Group had decided to buy two carbonated soft drink factories under a subsidiary company of Pepsi-Cola Thai Trading in Saraburi and Rayong. With Suntory handling the production and marketing, Pepsi-Cola will put more …

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