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The club established for networking amongst people who passionate about luxurious things, and Asia’s professionals.
We aimed at promoting and strengthening business relationships among sophisticated and affluent professionals in Thailand & Asia, through our mutual interest in all things luxurious.
Today, The Club attracts professionals from diverse business backgrounds including the financial and banking sector, company owners, executives, senior management, celebrities, local influencers, journalists, and bloggers.
Our members also includes representatives from many local and national companies who meet to exchange views, opinions, we also do refer business to our members, and business partners
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Thailand has always been a destination of choice; there is a myriad of attractions from its islands and beaches to the cuisine and big city vibe of Bangkok. The Kingdom also has a long tradition of catering to luxury travellers. In recent years, Thailand has seen the emergence of spectacular health and wellness resorts, and intimate boutique pool villas located in some of the most scenic parts of the Kingdom.
Today, wealthy travellers are seeking new “Discover Thainess” experiences. It is not just about friendly people, but what Thailand does really well is luxury with the emerging of Thainess that can be found throughout the Kingdom. From six-star super-deluxe resorts to restaurants fronted by Michelin-star chefs, from laid-back beachside holidays to high adventure, and from shopping breaks to romantic cruises, it has it all.
The Amazing Thailand Luxury Travel guides is part of our continuing effort to help make Thailand the first-choice destination. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is proud to have teamed up with Luxury Society Asia and its team of distinguished writers to come up with several lists and ideas to help you enjoy Thailand’s take on the luxury lifestyle.
It puts the best experiences in the Kingdom all in one place. From the finest luxury hotels and travel experiences to exclusive destinations, from resorts, spas and luxury cruises for a family vacation to a romantic getaway… plus the finest restaurants and shopping malls that Thailand has to offer.
We look forward to welcoming you, along with your family and friends for what could be the holiday of a lifetime.
Wanida Tardivel, Founder of Luxury Society Asia, THAILAND LUXURY and Thailand Professionals Club. Her travel & hospitality experiences also include leadership positions with luxury brands.
Originally from the Netherlands, Marciano Birjmohun regularly speaks at industry related events. He manages Siam Capital Group, a pioneering consultancy firm in Bangkok, and prominent M&A advisors that project market high-end branded luxury residences on a global scale.
Marciano moderated the Retail panel discussion at the first Property Report Congress Thailand 2016 and is a member of the central panel of judges of the Thailand Property Awards.
Ezra Kyrill Erker is a freelance author, editor, reporter and photographer dividing time between Thailand and Europe. He has recently launched his third book, Embers, a novel of Japan
Paul Myers is an Australian writer, editor and publisher, with a long history in media and tourism, having worked in print, electronic and digital media in Australia, New Zealand, Britain and the United States for 35 years. Paul is based in Bangkok and travels frequently throughout Asia/Pacific.
Laurence Civil left the airline industry in 1997 and relocated to Thailand to pursue a successful career as a food, wine, and travel and lifestyle writer. He believes that luxury travel is about the wealth of the experiences encountered and not the brand; a journey that engages all the senses, and that good taste should never be compromised.
Scott Murray is a Canadian journalist who has been based in Southeast Asia for the past 25 years. He is currently the Managing Editor of SEA Yachting magazine and the longtime manager/player/coach of Bangkok’s expat ice hockey team, the Flying Farangs.
Manta Klangboonkrong a Bangkok-based avid lifestyle writer with vast interests in food, drinking culture and travel. For 13 years she has traveled extensively both in Thailand and overseas, looking for stories, insights and unique experiences to share with her readers.
Barbara Woolsey is a freelance journalist, writer and television presenter from Canada. She spends her time between Bangkok and Berlin, writing for various publications across Southeast Asia and anchoring business news for Germany’s international broadcaster DW Deutsche Welle.
Gaby Doman is a writer who arrived in Thailand for the sunshine and stayed for the incredible dining scene and bars and the relaxed way of life. She has a penchant for Thai design, interviewing upfront people and spending evenings tying herself in knots at yoga. She spends her free time in the gym, sipping on strong cocktails or daydreaming about holidays.