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Club Unique offers endless possibilities and limitless luxuries. A true vacation experience like no other. A membership at Club Unique affords direct access to an ever-growing portfolio of resorts and destinations with over 3000 fantastic locations worldwide.

Headquartered in the company’s flagship resort, Patong Bay Hill Resort & Spa, Club Unique serves as a private members club for its guests from all over the world. The club offers a truly unique service to today’s savvy travelers, with the lifestyle experiences they deserve.

Are you ready to experience some of the most luxurious holiday destinations around the world? A membership at Club Unique allows access to some of the most sought after locations across the globe, thanks to a lucrative global partner exchange with Interval International, the vacation ownership industry leader for the last 40 years. The Marriottgroup recently purchased Interval for a reported US$ 4.7 Billion, so the future is in safe hands.

A membership at Club Unique grants access to an unmatched range of benefits and discounts; from getaways and cruises to theme park shows and entertainment venues. We open the doors to endless possibilities, which makes it possible for members to enjoy their best holiday yet.

Club Unique is designed to meet all of your needs and looks after even the smallest requirement that you may have. Club Unique is constantly expanding, which especially for returning members means that the club will open the doors to a completely new experience every time they plan a visit.

It’s our firm belief that a vacation concept needs a long-term vision, and that’s why Club Unique has decided to combine flexibility, quality and a high standard of service, so our members will want to come back time after time – and long for their next vacation.

From a single, bold concept back in 2015, today, Club Unique is the result of the shared vision of local developers and real estate and hotel specialists alike. A combined vision of revolutionizing the vacation ownership industry by creating a home resort that sets the benchmark for vacation club value and excellence.

The home resort is Patong Bay Hill Resort & Spa. Located in the natural environment of Hasib Pee Hill, the luxurious, modern cottage and suite development, many with personalized pools facing the ocean, will leave its members proud and eager to return to their home resort year after year.

The resort as it stands now is still being developed, and once completed will boast a fantastic main communal pool, another adjoining 199 room hotel, health center & clinic, kids club, gymnasium, 500 seat convention center and three restaurants.

Interested in learning more about the outstanding membership opportunities at Club Unique? Drop by our office at Patong Bay Hill Resort & Spa or contact us directly. Learn for yourself how we do it. Whether it’s the first greeting of the day, the wonderful service you receive at meal times or personalized help from our knowledgeable front desk and concierge staff. Come and experience the pride that is at the heart of everything Club Unique strives for.

At Club Unique, we offer you an endless choice of possibilities and an almost limitless array of luxuries across our global platform. You’ll love where we take you.

For more information, email: clubunique@clubunique.com

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Chiang Rai quarantines 26 returnees from Phuket

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26 returnees from Phuket back to Chiang Rai arrived home on 2 passenger coaches today and were immediately placed in 14 day quarantine. The 26 arrived at the Wiang Indra Riverside Resort in Chiang Rai province (by the way, it looks VERY nice!).

The Deputy provincial governor of Chiang Rai welcomed them and asked them to adhere to the precautionary measures set by the health department. Thorough screening was reportedly conducted by Chiang Rai health officials and they were also reminded to eat only well cooked food, use a personal serving spoon when eating, wash their hands regularly, practice social distancing and most importantly wear face masks at all times.

Meanwhile a group of 400 Thais returnees from foreign countries were placed in state quarantine facilities in Chonburi province yesterday. 7 hotels in Pattaya City have been designated state quarantine facilities. The hotels have been approved by the health department for Thais returning from abroad. Around 2,000 returnees are now being quarantined there. Yesterday’s 400 returnees, that had been stranded in Italy, Malaysia, Japan and Taiwan, arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport before travelling to the quarantine facilities in Chon Buri.

Health officials today reported 11 returnees from overseas tested positive for Covid-19. The 11, 5 of them masseurs, raised Thailand’s total cases to 3,065 since the outbreak began.

“We can say that there are no new locally infected Covid-19 cases as far as official reports are concerned. Even more, all the new cases reported daily were infected in other countries.”

Of the 3,065 accumulated cases, 2,945 (96%) have recovered, with 14 more patients released over the previous 24 hours. Just 63 patients remained in hospital. The death toll remains at 57.

SOURCE: Chiang Rai Times

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Mayor’s statement sparks hope Chonburi beaches may reopen soon

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A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.)

Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as authorities enacted strict lockdown measures to control the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Chonburi has now had no new reported cases of the virus for more than 30 days and residents are getting antsy over the ongoing beach closures.

Authorities continue to state that the closures are to prevent unlawful gatherings and the risk of people travelling from nearby provinces, such as Bangkok, thereby causing a second wave of infections. Bangkok has the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the country. Despite this, local expats and Thais are demanding that Chonburi’s beaches be reopened, particularly in light of this happening in other resort areas such as Hua Hin.

The Pattaya News reports that Bangsaen beach reopening does not necessarily mean Pattaya’s beaches could also reopen as that decision lies with Pattaya’s civic officials. Despite Pattaya not having any new reported cases of the virus for over 40 days now, Pattaya City Hall authorities remain concerned about mass gatherings, the consumption of alcohol and the risk that social distancing measures would not be adhered to were they to reopen the city’s beaches.

SOURCE: The Pattaya News

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Bangkok mother, daughter swindled out of 1.8 million baht, suspect arrested

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Authorities in the southern province of Phuket have arrested a man wanted in Bangkok for swindling a woman and her mother out of nearly 2 million baht. Police in the island’s party town of Patong report that officers received a request from police in Bangkok to arrest 23 year old Narathip Sukprasert, originally from Lop Buri province, about 150 kilometres to Bangkok’s northeast.

Narathip was wanted for fraud on an arrest warrant issued back on January 6. Patong Police managed to track him down, and together with officers from Bangkok, arrested him on Monday. Authorities say he used the names “Nook Tha Prachan” or “Wayu Tha Prachan” and dealt in Buddha amulets.

“He deceived his female victim by pretending to be romantically attracted to her. When the woman said she wanted things, he would buy them and pay by using his credit card. He later told the woman that he had problems with his credit card because he had spent too much, so his victim gave him cash to pay for his alleged credit card bill,” according to the report in Phuket News.

The woman transferred money to Narathip’s account many times, totalling nearly 250,000 baht. After swindling money out of the woman, Narathip deceived her mother as well, claiming that she too would be held legally responsible for the debt and that the bank would sue her.

“The victim’s mother believed this, and gave him money several times. Altogether he deceived the women out of more than 1.8 million baht.”

Narathip was taken to Bang Na Police Station in Bangkok.

SOURCE: Phuket News

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