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Khiri DMC Builds New Bangkok Office

October 18, 2010 by Khiri Travel |

Khiri Travel Destination Management, head-quartered in a quiet side street of Tiwanon Road in Nonthaburi, a northern suburb of Bangkok, is building a stylish new office. The modern design of the building will complement the more traditional Lanna architecture of the existing adjacent office. The old and new building will be linked by a walking bridge.

None of the large trees in the garden had to be cut down during construction. The new office design is designed to save power by a more natural air-flow system. It also makes the most of natural light.

The new Khiri DMC office will double existing work space. Staff should be happy with the extensive recreation area, both indoor and outdoor. The garden offers pleasant and relaxing shade under an Alexandrian Laurel tree which produces fragrant white flowers. Construction will be completed before Songkran in April 2011.

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