Photo Release: Cape Panwa Hotel welcomes famous Thai indy singer

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Friday March 8, 2013 13:51
Bangkok--8 Mar--Kasemkij Group

Famous Thai indy singer Lula-Kanyarat Tiyapornchai (standing 4th left), and Sudsubda Magazine team were warmly welcomed by Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket General Manager Philipp S. Frickhinger (standing middle), and PR Manager Kulaseth Hovongratana (standing 6th left), when they stayed at the hotel recently to shoot the magazine’s swimsuit cover.


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