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MQDC, Tourism Authority of Thailand and RSTA Jointly Organise “Beautiful Bangkok 2020: A Blossom of Happiness”

Amazing light and sound spectacular on Magnolias Ratchadamri Boulevard to light up Bangkok's skyline and Create a New City-Center Countdown Destination

 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - Media
OutReach - 5 December 2019 - Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited (MQDC),
one of Thailand's leading property developers, together with the Tourism
Authority of Thailand (TAT)
and Ratchaprasong Square Trade Association
(RSTA)
,  today announced that they
are jointly organizing 'Beautiful Bangkok 2020: A Blossom of Happiness'.
The dazzling light and sound spectacular will turn the landmark Magnolias
Ratchadamri Boulevard tower into a stunning attraction - lighting up Bangkok's skyline during the
festive season and culminating in a New Year Countdown display.

 

The
'Beautiful Bangkok' annual display is now in its third year. This year the
event has grown with 'The Wonder Flower Land', featuring a wide range of
activities on the square in front of Magnolias Ratchadamri Boulevard.

 

'Beautiful Bangkok 2020: A Blossom of Happiness' will start
on Monday 16 December 2019 between 6pm and 9pm. The light-up continues through
to the New Year Countdown on 31 December. Activities in front of Magnolias
Ratchadamri Boulevard are open to the public
from
17 to 31 December 2019 between 6pm and 11pm.

 

The
event aims to enrich the Holiday Season in Ratchaprasong for Thais as well as
international visitors, reinforcing Bangkok as an exciting destination and capturing
the hearts of people from around the world.

 

Mr. Visit Malaisirirat, CEO of Magnolia Quality Development
Corporation Limited (MQDC), said: "Beautiful Bangkok 2020
is designed to spread happiness and goodwill to all and to strengthen the
tourism industry of Bangkok and Thailand. We are investing heavily to make this
year's edition even bigger and more spectacular than ever before and are also
creating 'The Wonder Flower Land' on the square in front of Magnolias Ratchadamri
Boulevard."

 

"Advanced
AI technology and a highly creative team from Japan have enabled us to design and
execute a sensational light and sound show. We will project images onto Magnolias
Ratchadamri Boulevard, which is a 60-storey super-luxury residential complex and
a striking Ratchaprasong landmark with a distinctive design inspired by
magnolia petals."

 

The
event's highlights include an interactive feature to personalize the light show
with the heartbeats of individual spectators.

 

MQDC
has organized a 'Beautiful Bangkok Free Shuttle' service running along
Ratchadamri, Rama IV, and Siam Square to provide additional convenience
throughout the Festive Season.

 

A
photography contest will also help to pick the best images of 'Beautiful
Bangkok 2020: A Blossom of Happiness'. The overall winner will receive a Leica
camera. Other prize winners will have their images reproduced by TAT as
postcards to promote tourism. The winning photos will be chosen by TAT and MQDC
for their composition, beauty and creativity.

 

Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, Governor of the Tourism
Authority of Thailand
, said: "Bangkok and Thailand have been
the preferred destinations globally thanks to our diversity of tourist attractions
that appeal to all types of tourists, whatever their lifestyle and interests. 'Beautiful
Bangkok 2020: A Blossom of Happiness' is another major event with universal
appeal and visual richness to further enhance our city's appeal."

 

Mr. Chai Srivikorn, President of RSTA,
said: "Ratchaparasong Square is an important tourist city center, business and
commercial district visited daily by over 600,000 people, rising to 900,000 in
high season. The previous two editions of Beautiful Bangkok were major magnets for
Thai and foreign visitors. Business owners in the area have prepared a wide range of activities this year in a joint effort to delight
and entertain everyone, reinforcing Ratchaprasong's status as the region's top shopping
and lifestyle destination."

 

For
show times of 'Beautiful Bangkok 2020: A Blossom of Happiness' and photo
contest rules, go to www.mqdc.com
or
https://www.facebook.com/mqdcforallwellbeing/

Notes to Editor

Magnolia Quality Development Corporation
(MQDC) develops, invests in, and manages residential, mixed-use, and 'theme'
developments, including retail and hotels, to premium international standards
under brands such as Magnolias, Whizdom, The Aspen Tree, Mulberry Grove, and
The Forestias. The company operates under the concept of 'For All Well-Being',
and has a strong commitment to sustainability and social responsibility. For
more information, please visit www.mqdc.com

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) works to make Thailand a
preferred destination in a sustainable way, helping to lead the way in setting
a direction for all stakeholders in promoting Thailand's tourism. Making Thailand
a preferred destination in a sustainable way means making Thailand one of the
world's top destinations chosen by tourists while promoting practices that
balance economic, social, and environmental responsibilities. TAT conducts marketing
and public relations activities that highlight the attractiveness of Thailand's
tourism offerings and promote sustainable income distribution in the tourism
value chain.

Ratchaprasong Square Trade Association
(RSTA)
is
an association of business owners in the Ratchaprasong Square area currently
led by Mr. Chai Srivikorn, its president. The association aims to reinforce the
Ratchaprasong Square area as one of the world's preeminent business, shopping,
and tourism destinations. The area spans 1,020,000 sq m and is connected by the
elevated Ratchaprasong Walk, linking 23 buildings in the Ratchaprasong Square
area and covering a distance of over 1 km.

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