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Magnolias Ratchadamri Boulevard partners SCB to offer half-million Baht discount on selected units

 Bangkok, 12 February 2014 – Magnolias Ratchadamri Boulevard, the Finest Residence at the Heart of Bangkok and luxury collection of inspired homes along Ratchadamri Boulevard, is continuing its popular series of promotions held in conjunction with leading banks with an exclusive offer for SCB cardholders. Nine selected 2-bedroom units are offered with a 500,000 Baht discount on booking fee and contract fee and 0% terms for 4 months. Terms and conditions are valid until 31st March 2014.

With over 70% of units sold and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approval in place, Magnolias Ratchadamri Boulevard has proceeded quickly to its construction phase.

Thanawan Chaiwatana, Managing Director of Magnolias Finest Corporation Co. Ltd., said, “As we received strong feedback last year following a sequence of attractive promotions for credit card members, we have decided to continue to offer these excellent co-hosted promotions in 2014. We are delighted to be able to join hands with SCB Credit Card to present this latest promotion which will further drive strong interest for our project from buyers in Thailand. We will continue to use well-planned marketing activities and promotions to maintain buyer enthusiasm, and also to enable existing buyers to realise the maximum return on their investment.

Regarding the political situation in Bangkok, we were able to adjust instantaneously so currently we have limited impact on our site operation. Site access remains open to contractors and operation is continuing at a normal rate. As of this time, we are confident that completion date remains largely unaffected. Although there is an ongoing situation in Bangkok which is caused less traffic to our site, we still receive generous interests from local and international via our website. Those customers remain great interest to the project and plan to visit us depending on their availability.”

Magnolias Finest Corporation, the developer of Magnolias Ratchadamri Boulevard, will conduct several international road shows in the months to come, further provoking buyer interest in overseas markets. The development will also soon be ready to receive the world class five-star hotel, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, the first Waldorf Astoria in South-east Asia, in 2015.

Magnolias Ratchadamri Boulevard, built on more than six rai of land, comprises 316 units which range in size from 48 square metres (1-bedroom), average 80 square meters (2-bedroom) to the larger penthouses and duplex penthouses of between 250 to 360 square metres.

For more information, please visit Sales Gallery, located on Ratchadamri Road daily, or call 0-2652-2111 or visit website

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