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Living in Bangkok Fair

The British Club Bangkok in partnership with Bumrungrad Hospital is hosting the 21st annual Living in Bangkok event in the newly re-sculptured grounds of the British Club Bangkok. The event is set to feature over 120 exhibitor vendors and organizations all looking to help make expat living as enjoyable as possible.

 

This year, Living in Bangkok will be focusing on health, lifestyle and kids, showcasing the best companies and organizations from each sector. Living in Bangkok is an event that is more than just about bringing expats together once a year, it’s about building a community and empowering people to connect with their new city.

 

The objective of Living in Bangkok remains as straightforward as the day it started: to connect with, and to support our local community. Originally inspired by expats who first came together to help each other survive in their new home, the event today focuses on introducing newcomers to the best of what the modern and cosmopolitan Bangkok has to offer. Living in Bangkok introduces lifestyle, travel and hospitality services; educational establishments; specialized retailers; and more to the people who come to spend their Saturday mingling with other international residents at the historical grounds of the British Club Bangkok.

 

Part of the fair’s aim is to help promote services and products and as such all potential sponsors and exhibitors digital advertisements are displayed on the British Club’s online platforms prior the event. For the event itself, there are opportunities for each vendor to its present services and products directly to event guests, but the deadline for these much sought-after slots closes on 31st August.

 

So, make a date in your diary for Saturday 5th October from 11am – 6pm at The Front & Back Lawns of the British Club Club, Silom Soi 18. Dress code is casual and entrance is free.

 

For more details, check out the British Club Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/thebritishclubbkk/

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