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Thailand Privilege Card joins forces with Worldbridge International (Cambodia) to create a brand new offer

On Friday, Thailand Elite Membership card announced it was joining forces with with Worldbridge International (Cambodia) to introduce the Thailand Elite Membership card to the upper echelons of Cambodian society. The signing of this contract is only the first important step in introducing the Thailand Elite Card as the key to unlocking the doors of Thailand by providing exclusive benefits throughout the country and will further encourage investment and contribute to a strong economy in both countries.
 
Benefits of Thailand Elite Membership card will include special visa privileges, special services when arriving and departing Thailand vis Suvanabhumi International Airport, benefits at golf courses, spas, hotels, health check-ups, discounts at selected restaurants and other businesses with in Thailand. Photo by Chhim Sreyneang

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