Thirty-five boats, sailing in five classes, flying the flags of thirteen nations, set sail in the Bay Regatta, affectionately known as the “Fun Regatta” to all participants. Countries represented included Thailand, Malaysia, the USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Denmark, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, the Netherlands…

Bryan Blair took this photo of a Yamaha R6 during a motorcycle trip from Bangkok to Phuket.  This was a stop in Krabi province next to the Andaman Sea, just before heading to Phuket.  After a windy road in to a small fishing village, a pit stop was made on…

By John Stevens The Thai Stix invite all newcomers to play ball hockey as well as any seasoned veterans who haven’t been out in a while. For the uninitiated, ball hockey is modeled on North American ice hockey, rather than field or grass hockey. A…

Courtesy: www.smilingalbino.com With Thailand being well established on the SE travel scene and Vietnam growing quickly, it’s natural the neighbor in the middle, Cambodia, will only continue to gain popularity in coming years too. Cambodia’s been firmly on the travel scene now for about a…

By Scott Coates (smcoates.com) In just a century we’ve seen travel change from something people did to flee a country, head to work in a new land, or vacation – generally only for the elite, to something most middle class people are now doing semi-regularly….

On the morning of Saturday January 19th, a small but influential team of TCCC members visited Bang Nong Pai village. The purpose of the trip was to observe the progress of the village after its one-year partnership with the TCCC, established under the auspices of…

Team Canada defeated the World Team 6-4 in a charity hockey game held in early January at “The Rink”, located on the 7th floor of the Central Grand Rama IX shopping centre. Team Canada was composed of Canadian expats based in Thailand, plus three visiting…

Bangkok’s British Club has long been called a green oasis in the heart of the city. It’s also been a favourite haunt for many TCCC members over the years as everything from Canada Day to TCCC networking nights have been staged there. And it’s the…

Today’s turbulent global economy has left many investors unsure where to turn. Most residential real estate market has flat-lined, while many stock exchanges are experiencing their worst performance in years, bond yields and bank interest at record lows. However, some parts of the world continue…

  Every business has processes. Most, if not all, of these processes could be improved. This has never been more important in Thailand than it is now. With the rise in the minimum wage, onset of the Asean Economic Community, long-lasting fallout from a protracted…

Call for Sponsors & Prize Donors… The Great Canadian BBQ 2013   Dear TCCC Member Companies and Friends, The Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to serve as a sponsor or prize donor for The Great Canadian BBQ, which is scheduled for…

Living and traveling can be two entirely different things, even in an adopted country you call home. Learning about the history, culture and social challenges of a country you’ll be visiting is key to a fully enriching travel experience. Soaking it all in while actually…

While we love traveling and hosting guests on life-changing adventures, it’s also quite fun to see spots we’ve explored on the big screen. Since the 1920’s, western film scouts have been traipsing through jungles, over rivers and around islands in Southeast Asia to find the…

There’s a new kid in town and she’s quickly carved a niche for herself as one of the top 5-star hotels in Bangkok. Location-wise, the Grand Millennium Sukumvit on Sukhumvit Soi 21 (Asoke) is within walking distance of both the Asok Skytrain stop and the…