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Chi Chang Expo 2014 brings great offers to Promenada

Chiang Mai – Experience the latest innovations in computers, electronics and home appliances at Chi Chang Expo 2014, with hot promotional offers running from March 20-31 on all must-have IT brands. The Expo is hosted by Chi Chang Multimedia Experience Store, Building A, on the 2nd floor of Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai.

Customers can also gain useful knowledge from gurus presenting at a special seminar by leading brands such as Canon, Sony, Intel, Epson, Belkin and Intel. Some interesting topics include; “How to build a brand during an economic crisis” organized by Intel and presented by Sorn Jongsrichan, the author of renowned book “Breaking SME rule” on Saturday, March 22, 2014, from 13:00 – 17:00 hrs; and Canon’s seminar with exciting EOS photography training on Sunday, March 23, 2014, from 13:00-16:00 hrs - try Canon EOS 60Da, the perfect digital camera for “shooting stars!”

For more information about Chi Chang, please call +66 (0) 53 142 699, or visit and visit the Facebook page at

For more information and details of available activities, please call +66 (0) 53 107 888, or visit and follow exciting promotions at

About Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai

Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai opened on 7th June 2013. The 2.9-billion Baht project is built on 58 rai of land, located on the new Chiangmai - Sankamphaeng Rd., 150 metres from Super Highway, only 15 minutes’ drive from the Airport and downtown Chiang Mai.

Promenada is the first “resort”-style air-conditioned shopping mall in Thailand. It is combined with an open-air tropical park, connecting wooden bridge and terraces, with the entire space designed to blend in with the vibrant city lifestyle and surrounding “close-to-nature” feel of Chiang Mai. The mall also reflects local arts in every corner, blending Western and local cultures; throughout, “Cow” models represent Dutch culture and lend a different personality to each zone; interior and exterior areas contribute to the aesthetic of being close to local people, such as with the ‘garden of rice’ and the design of pillars and ceilings which mimic the characteristic “Bo-sang umbrella” – the symbol of Chiang Mai.

Promenada also presents leading international and local lifestyle offerings by brands such as Rimping, Kaiyang Korat, The Duke’s, Le Gourmet Macaron, CHI CHANG, SF Cinema, Kids@Play, Toys R us Sportsworld and Uniqlo. The brands represent the retail element of Promenada’s “More than just shopping” concept, ensuring there is something exciting happening both indoors and out, all year round.

About ECC International Real Estate

ECC International (ROH) Limited, a company under the ECC Group, is Thailand’s Board of Investment (BOI) licensed manager of Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai.

About ECC Group

ECC group, founded in 1991 in the Netherlands, is a Dutch retail developer that has a proven record of success in developing shopping centres in Central Europe. Since 2005, the company has expanded its expertise to the vibrant and fast-growing Southeast Asia region, including places such as Thailand and Vietnam.

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