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Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai
Donates To Philanthropy Connections Foundation

Chiang Mai - ECC International Real Estate, the developer of Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai, the first resort style shopping mall in Thailand, together with Ger Vos – a legendary singer from the Netherlands, recently donated money to the Philanthropy Connections Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting projects focused on people in vulnerable situations. The bestowed 40,000 baht will endorse the foundation’s work, supporting orphanages and charitable associations in local area.
Philanthropy Connections Foundation supports projects focused on vulnerable people in Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar and Pakistan.
About Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai
Promenada is the first resort-style air-conditioned shopping mall in Thailand. It is combined with an open-air tropical park with terraces, music and shows, fairs and much more. The 2.9-billion Baht project opened on 7th June 2013. The project is built on 58 rai of land and has been designed to blend in with the vibrant city lifestyle and surrounding “close-to-nature” feel of Chiang Mai.
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 the 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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