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KTC, Novotel and China Airlines offer chance to win a Tokyo package

With Dine & Fly…Sabai Sabai to Tokyo

when dining at great value at three top outlets.

            Mrs. Pittaya Vorapanyasakul, Executive Vice President-Credit Card Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, and, Mr. David Baldwin, General Manager of Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square, and, Mr. Franke S. J. Chen, General Manager for Thailand, China Airlines, jointly introduced the “Dine & Fly … Sabai Sabai to Tokyo” campaign. KTC credit card members can enjoy the dim sum lunch at Lok Wah Hin of Novotel Bangkok Siam Square in a group of four for the price of three (regular price of 730 Baht per person) on any day except for Saturdays and Sundays. Alternatively, members can choose to have an international buffet dinner in a group of four for the price of two at The Square (regular price of 1,119 Baht per person) on any day except for Thursdays. Special! For every 1,000 Baht spent at Lok Wah Hin, The Square or La Brioche from now until October 31st, 2013, members will instantly earn coupons with three eligibilities to win roundtrip Bangkok-Tokyo flight tickets for two plus 4-night accommodation at Mercure Tokyo Ginza Hotel. The package is worth 130,000 Baht.


            For more information, please call KTC Phone at 0-2665-5530 or visit

Public and Corporate Affairs Department

Krungthai Card Public Company Limited

Kandtharat  Chermchitphong       Tel.  0-2828-5057

Suchada      Weerasakulrak         Tel.  0-2828-5732

Keeta          Vongkittipat             Tel.  0-2828-5402

                                                Fax. 0-2828-5046


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