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No. 10 in the UK

First entering the UK market in April 2015, Compass Hospitality has signed up the management of its 10th hotel, Best Western Plus Milford Hotel located midway between the vibrant city of Leeds and the historic walled city of York.  With the A1(M), M1 and M62 motorways nearby, the hotel is well regarded for its convenient location.

All of the hotel’s 46 well-appointed rooms are air-conditioned and further distinguished by ensuite bathrooms featuring underfloor heating and anti-fog heated mirror.  A selection of room types and sizes meets the different guest requirements, whether for leisure or business.

Watermill Restaurant & Bar derives its name from a working water wheel featured inside the premises.  The culinary offering is inspired by Yorkshire cuisine, including Yorkshire pudding (the most well-known Yorkshire food) and Sunday roast, to name a few.  Together with 3 other meeting rooms, groups of 6 to 120 persons can be hosted for parties, weddings, meetings and events.  A spacious open car park adds to the convenience of in-house guests, nearby residents or visitors.

The hotel’s new owner is Singapore based Seacare Hospitality Pte Ltd and this is the sixth hotel Seacare Hospitality has partnered Compass Hospitality as the hotel operator in the UK.  Seacare Hospitality’s CEO Lim Chye Teen said, “Our latest hotel acquisition further improves our geographic connectivity in the UK and offers a greater choice to our guests in terms of destinations and lifestyle preferences.  We are pleased with Compass Hospitality’s performance in our five hotels in Cardiff, Cheltenham, Eastbourne, Manchester and Inverness, and we are confident that our hotel in Leeds will do well too.”

Compass Hospitality’s President & CEO Harmil Singh added, “Compass Hospitality enjoys our partnership with Seacare Hospitality.  Both of us have made tremendous progress in our respective businesses, tapping into the tourism and economy of the UK.  Opportunities abound and Compass Hospitality will remain selective in identifying choice hotels with our partners for acquisition and management.”

In addition to its managed hotels in Asia, Compass Hospitality’s managed hotels in the UK can be found in Shrewsbury, Halifax, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Eastbourne, Nottingham, Oxford, Manchester, Inverness and now, Leeds.

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Our Best Rate Guarantee assures you receive the best price when you book directly with us. Should you find a lower rate on any other website, and once these rates and applicable terms & conditions have been verified by our team, you will receive the lower rate PLUS an additional 10% discount.

room_upgradeROOM UPGRADE

We always like to treat our customer who books directly as a VIP customer and for the same reason we provide free room upgrades at exclusive prices. Upgrades may include rooms with desirable views, rooms on high floors, corner rooms, rooms with special amenities, rooms on Executive Floors, or suites. All upgrades are granted on a space-available basis, as determined at the time of check-in. Upgrades are subject to availability and identified by each hotel.

free_wifiFREE Wi-Fi

Travellers will be able to access free Wi-Fi on mobile devices or laptops in guest rooms and social spaces because we want you to stay connected to your business, family and friends.  It’s ideal for browsing and emailing, so you can surf the net while having a coffee in the public areas or relaxing in your room.

Enjoy great saving up to 35%* off on our Best Available Rates when you plan and book your holiday in advance with us directly.


No need to worry for your flexible schedule. Its always a hassle when your flight is flying out late in the evening and then hotels make you check –out at 2 pm leaving you with no shelter, let us know your flexible plan. We’ll help work it out


We have understood that when you travel it is big challenge to get to the hotel as the airport taxis charge you a bomb to ride to the hotel. Also there are other alternatives transportation for you. But it could also turn to a big confusion and even take longer. We trying to solve your messy plan by offering an Airport transfer which you could ask for more information from your respective hotel.

At our selected hotels which have fabulous dining outlets, we offer free credit so that you could enjoy your meals peacefully while you travel whether you like a delicious breakfast, fresh made sandwiches, grilled steaks, chilling with a glass of wine by a rooftop bar, however you like.

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Mother’s day Special

In the occasion of 84th Birthday Anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen Sirikit’s or Thailand Mother’s Day, Compass Hospitality is celebrating Thai Mother’s day with various of offers for MOM only


The Continent Hotel: Mom dine free

Medinii, Italian Restaurant: looking for the best dinner value? Here you can enjoy good quality food and great atmosphere with reasonable price! With unlimited Pasta&Pizza + unlimited beverage.

Validation: 12 August 2016
Timings : Brunch: 12pm-4pm / Dinner: 6pm-11pm
Price : Brunch THB699++ per person / Dinner THB999++ per person’


Galleria12: Mom dine free

Tabliod Bar&Bistro: All you can eat, Thai buffet with a variety of Thai food offering you in a local taste and style.

Validation: 12 August 2016
Timings : 11:30am – 2:30pm
Price : THB 100 net per person


Galleria10: Mom dine free
@g restaurant Japanese & Italian buffet: Japanese menu choices: Sashimi, Sushi, Yakisoba or rice curry; Ramen; Sushi; Mini chicken black burger, Salad, Cold Soba noodle; Fresh fruits; and Desserts.
Italian menu choices: Pasta; Spaghetti; Pizza; and Lasagna

Validation: 12 August 2016
Timings : 11:30am – 2:30pm
Price : THB 399 net per person

You can also find special offers from the following hotels…

  • ArtMai Gallery Hotel: mother will recieved the “Num prik koi kung”( น้ำพริกก้อยกุ้ง) which is authentic thai food  1 set  FREE OF CHARGE together with jarid healthy drink for mother.
  • On8 Sukhumvit: at On8 Cafe Buy1 get 1 FREE when you order a seasonal drink, get 1 piece of cake to eat along for free
  • Aspen Suites: get 20% discount on Food&Beverage (non-alchohol) only on Mother’s day
  • Legacy Suites: get a smoothies for free when spend THB500
  • Grand Swiss: get 20% discount on food when come with your mother at 180 Sky Lounge&11th Avenue
  • Citrus Parc: get 25% discount at the Palate Restaurant when come with your mom
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Shop & Stay Packages from the Best Hotels in Bangkok


If you love shopping in Bangkok then there is no better time to come than between June and August, when the Amazing Thailand Grand Sales take place. With shops offering fantastic discounts on clothes, jewellery and electrical goods, you can stock up on all your dream purchases at a fraction of the price. From 15 June 15 August, many shops will get involved in the Thailand Amazing Grand Sale, from Bangkok shopping malls to small local business, but the discount rate will vary. You will also find plenty of offers on hotels, flights, activities and much more. The discounts range from 10% to 90% with a variety of exclusive offers for tourists


Here are some discount guideline from us at the EM district– Emporium and EmQuatier (Location: BTS Prompong  Station)

  • 10% Discount in Department Store
  • 90% Discount in Shopping Complex
  • 6% Discount in VAT Refund


  • Get FREE Herbs Traditional Inhaler when show “The Em District Shopping Map” at customer and tourist service center
  • Get FREE NARAYA Pouch when spending up to 3,000THB
  • Get FREE Wi-Fi for 2hrs. + extra2hrs when spending up to 2,000THB

*Terms&Conditions may apply

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The Siam Paragon shopping center in Bangkok is decorated for the Christmas and New Year holidays.
The Siam Paragon shopping center in Bangkok is decorated for the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Siam Paragon: one of the biggest shopping centres in Asia. Opened on December 9, 2005, it includes a wide range of specialty stores and restaurants as well as a multiplex movie theatre and the Sea Life Ocean World (Underwater world) aquarium (the largest aquarium in South East Asia) and an exhibition hall.

Location: BTS Siam Station

Siam Center: Siam Center offers visitors the opportunity to get an experience of cutting-edge technology. With every step you take in Siam Center, you are in the middle of future innovations. You will enjoy the experience of having a close interaction with all technological advances

Location: BTS Siam Station


Central Embassy: Enjoy the experience of high-end brands completely engulfing your senses, with Central Embassy’s seven top stores designed with iconic features embodied in their respective exteriors and interiors: Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Prada, Bottega Veneta, Chanel, Miu Miu and Hermes. Gucci, Ralph Lauren and Prada are duplex stores, allowing shoppers to revel in two floors of glamour and abundance

Location: BTS Chitlom Station

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Summer Break Events in UK


BBC Countryfile Live is delighted to be taking its home within the spectacular grounds of Oxfordshire’s historic Blenheim Palace.

Blenheim Palace is the home of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. This National Treasure, houses some of the finest antique collections in Europe and boasts over 300 years of history to discover.

Explore this World Heritage Site set in more than 2000 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped Parkland and tour the array of Formal Gardens, or take the miniature train to the family-friendly Pleasure Gardens.

Blenheim Palace is not only an iconic part of history, but also a living, changing experience with a wealth of events, themed tours and exhibitions throughout the year.

Blenheim Palace is Britain’s Greatest Palace and offers visitors a precious time, every time.



Summer Nights is the perfect way to spend an evening under the stars with friends and family. Upon your arrival you will greeted by the stunning grounds of one of our 14 venue partners. Set up your spot on the lawn seating area, then sit back and enjoy the atmosphere until the film starts on the big screen around 30 minutes after sunset.

There will be hot food and a drinks vendors onsite*; The Tipsy Pigs will be selling hog roast & burgers amongst other tasty items from their converted VW Camper. Festival partner Hooper’s will be providing a relaxed bar and seating area, where you can try out their delicious range of Hooper’s alcoholic brews and Franklin & Sons soft drinks.


The Open Air Theatre Festival returns to the Tuckwell Amphitheatre, in the heart of Cheltenham, from 16th July for two weeks.

This gem of an outdoor festival, tucked away in a secluded corner of Dean Close School, plays host to sublime jazz, classic drama, inspiring Shakespeare, colourful family entertainment, local talent and the enchanting Cinema Under the Stars; for two weeks at the end of July every summer.

So why not pack a hamper, pop a bottle of sparkling wine on ice and grab yourself some tickets for the hottest festival of theatre, alfresco? It really is an enchanting place to be entertained with friends on a balmy summer’s evening.



Soak up the sights and sounds of life centuries ago at this magnificent medieval tournament.  Taking centre stage are the bravest knights in the land – the superstars of their day – armed and ready to do battle until there’s just one man standing.  With fascinating demonstrations of falconry, plus medieval games and family activities, everyone will have the chance to   play their part in this special tourney.


The Carnival will take place on the 13 & 14 August 2016. There will also be an official Carnival after party. The theme for this year’s Carnival is Bajan, also celebrating the 50th anniversary of Guyana. The Parade will start from Alexander Park at 12.30pm. At this year’s carnival visitors can enjoy foods from ‘all around the Caribbean.



Celebrating the city’s 121st Halifax-Dartmouth Natal Day (1895 – 2016), the Natal Day Festival runs from July 29th until August 1st, 2016.

More than 30 events that include family activities, live concerts, road races, talent showcase, one of the oldest parades in Atlantic Canada and a spectacular fireworks show launched from a barge in the middle of Halifax Harbour.

Created with a commitment to provide low cost/no cost activities wherever possible, there’s something special planned for every age.

For more information about the Natal Day Festival, we invite you to look through the website and reserve time to join in the fun. Our final event up-dates will be listed by May 1st, 2016.

Save the dates and plan to attend!  We’re looking forward to seeing you at the 2016 Halifax-Dartmouth Natal Day Festival in Halifax

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5 open markets in Bangkok that you need to visit



Artbox Bangkok is a cool new pop-up market with a difference: the stalls are housed in giant metal shipping containers which can be moved around the city. It’s currently on Sukhumvit road, next to Bejasiri park. Talking about differentiation of the market among others, the stuff here is still cheap, but there is more of a focus on local designers, vintage fashion, handmade accessories, funky gadgets and hip home décor items.

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Train Market, Ratchada

“Train” means “Rod Fai” in Thai. The market was first located at an old train station by Kampangpaetch area that’s how they come up with such a name even the location has been changed but the amosphere still remains. The train market has its own unique sytle. Most of the vendors are young and passionate, a variety of handmade items are displayed and they sell it in a very individualistic way. Another main merchandise is a second hand stuff with great quality and at a very low price. The market is open Thu-Sat from 6pm-12 pm.

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JJ weekend market

Chatuchak Weekend Market is a must-visit place for tourists. Its sheer size and diverse collections of merchandise will bring any seasoned shoppers to their knees – this is where you can literally shop ‘till you drop’.

Chatuchak has more than 8,000 market stalls. On a typical weekend, more than 200,000 visitors come here to go through the goods on offer. If you have one weekend in Bangkok, squeeze in a day trip to Chatuchak Weekend Market and you will not be disappointed.

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Siam Gypsy Junction

Gypsy Market was once part of JJ Green settled in an area that soon-to-be MRT Bang Son station. The vendors carry stuff almost the same as train market but somehow offer more individual design and handmade goods. Go there by MRT Thai Cultural Center. Open Thu-Sun 5pm-1am

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Liab Duan Night Market

Drive a little further out of town and you’ll find this market whose name in Thai means “the market located along the expressway.” This night market transforms 17 rai of land in the Ramintra-Ekkamai neighborhood into pandemonium, with bumper-to-bumper cars crowding the entrance every evening. Open daily 5pm-2am

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Ramadan and Eid escapes

Ramdan – the essence of Muslims

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad according to Islamic belief. This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The month lasts 29–30 days based on the visual sightings of the crescent moon, according to numerous biographical accounts compiled in the hadiths.


The word Ramadan comes from the Arabic root ramiḍa or ar-ramaḍ, which means scorching heat or dryness. Fasting is fardh (obligatory) for adult Muslims, except those who are suffering from an illness, travelling, are elderly, pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic or going through menstrual bleeding.Fasting the month of Ramadan was made obligatory (wājib) during the month of Sha’aban, in the second year after the Muslims migrated from Mecca to Medina.Fatwas have been issued declaring that Muslims who live in regions with natural phenomenon such as the midnight sun or polar night should follow the timetable of Mecca.

While fasting from dawn until sunset, Muslims refrain from consuming food, drinking liquids, smoking, and engaging in sexual relations. Muslims are also instructed to refrain from sinful behavior that may negate the reward of fasting, such as false speech (insulting, backbiting, cursing, lying, etc.) and fighting.[11] Food and drink is served daily, before dawn and after sunset. Spiritual rewards (thawab) for fasting are also believed to be multiplied within the month of Ramadan. Fasting for Muslims during Ramadan typically includes the increased offering of salat (prayers) and recitation of the Quran.

  • Relax in one of Thailand or Malaysia’s most spectacular venues
  • The holy month is the perfect occasion to indulge in quality time with family and loved ones.
  • Share with each other the captivating traditions and cultures of the region
  • Enjoy a great  local food

Where to eat in Thailand



No exploration of Bangkok’s street food is complete without a trip to Chinatown (referred to among locals as Yaowarat), which is considered the birthplace of street food in Thailand and remains a prime foodie destination.

Old Town

Bangkok’s Old Town – also known as Banglamphu is a treasure trove of old-style Thai street food specialities that are hard to find elsewhere. Here, the most famous vendors have been around for decades, nourished by several generations’ of culinary know-how.


Although this area (named after the traffic-packed road that runs through it) is now an upscale neighbourhood full of expats, Starbucks and sushi bars, Sukhumvit still bears testament to the fact that, wherever money is, good food of all types will follow.

Where to eat in Malaysia

Jalan Masjid India, Kuala Lumpur

One of the capital’s liveliest bazaars unfurls along Jalan Masjid India and the adjacent shopping strip of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, or “TAR” for short (light rail station Masjid Jamek). Bargain snacks, textiles and knickknacks mingle here. The food stalls are a showcase for national and regional dishes such as sour fishy Penang laksa, Hokkien mee fried noodles with prawns, samosas and pau mince dumplings as well as special celebratory foods. Some stalls have set up makeshift kitchens and cook dishes on the spot. Others have everything meticulously prepared and pre-packaged in individual portions.

Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur

Those staying in the hip expat neighbourhood of Bangsar won’t miss out on the festival of food, with the daily Bazaar Ramadan on Jalan Telawi, right alongside the gold-domed Saidina Abu Bakar As Siddiq mosque. The putu piring — rice flour cakes steamed in cheesecloth under conical steel covers and served with palm sugar and coconut shavings — draw fans from all over KL (light rail station Bangsar).

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Compass Hospitality enters Scotland – The Columba Hotel, Inverness

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Effective 26 May 2016, Thailand based Compass Hospitality Group has entered the Scotland market with the management of The Columba Hotel in Inverness, a city located on the banks of picturesque River Ness and just south of Scottish Highlands.

Inside the hotel’s grand exterior façade, there are 82 guestrooms and spacious suites, each appointed in classic designs and equipped for modern-day lifestyle conveniences.  Many of the guestrooms enjoy commanding views of the renowned Inverness Castle just across River Ness.

As the hotel is located along River Ness, its Victoria Restaurant and MacNabs Bar & Bistro offer a choice of indoor dining in cosseted comfort or alfresco dining outdoors on the riverside terrace.  With Inverness Castle and River Ness as a backdrop, dining cannot be more pleasurable.

The hotel’s prime location in the heart of Inverness provides convenient access to many shops, restaurants, churches, museums and attractions that cater to different lifestyle preferences.  Ness Bridge is less than a minute walk away from the hotel and it connects the hotel to the opposite bank of River Ness.  Located south-west and 20 minutes’ drive away from the hotel is Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition (a multi-media attraction) and nearby Loch Ness, home of the legendary Loch Ness monster.

The hotel’s new owner is Singapore based Seacare Hospitality Pte Ltd and this is the fifth hotel Seacare Hospitality has partnered Compass Hospitality as the hotel operator.  Seacare Hospitality’s CEO Lim Chye Teen said, “Nine months ago in August 2015, Compass Hospitality and Seacare Hospitality jointly acquired Big Sleep portfolio of hotels in Cardiff, Cheltenham and Eastbourne.  This was followed by our joint acquisition of The Victoria Hotel in Oldham in February this year.  Compass Hospitality has lifted the performance of hotels and we are delighted to appoint Compass Hospitality as the operator of our fifth hotel in the UK.”

Compass Hospitality’s President & CEO added, “The Columba Hotel and Inverness offer yet another distinctive destination to our UK presence.  Scotland with its mountain ranges, Ice Age landforms, Northern Lights and Nessie are compelling interests to international travelers.  Compass Hospitality will continue to collaborate with our partners to identify choice hotels for acquisition and management.”

Compass Hospitality Group’s first entry into the UK market was in April 2015.  Since then, Compass Hospitality managed hotels in the UK can be found in Shrewsbury, Halifax, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Eastbourne, Nottingham, Oxford, Manchester and now Inverness.

For more information on The Columba Hotel, feel free to view details at The Columba Hotel in Inverness

Note to the Editor: Compass Hospitality, one of Southeast Asia’s fastest-growing hospitality management companies, manages and operates a wide portfolio of 50 hospitality properties across all market segments.  Brand identities include Compass Hotels & Suites, Citrus Hotels, Citin Hotels and Ananda Resorts and Spas.  Compass’ portfolio includes hotels, resorts, executive serviced apartments and spas located in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, Hua Hin, Phuket and Koh Samui in Thailand; in Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Pulau Langkawi in Malaysia; and in Shrewsbury, Halifax, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Eastbourne, Nottingham, Oxford, Manchester and Inverness in the United Kingdom.

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Activities for young travellers

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Amazing Thailand Grand Sale

Shopping has never been more fun, especially when you get more bang for your baht. Part of the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s ‘Amazing Thailand – Always Amazes You’ campaign, the event is an opportunity to bag all kinds of deals imaginable, from discounted merchandise to holiday packages and tours. It’s like a one-stop shopping for all your holiday-in-Thailand needs. Usually while the event takes place at QSNCC, shopping malls around Bangkok roll out special promotions of their own, such as midnight sales and mid-year sales campaigns. So, if shopping is your passion, this is one of the best times to visit Bangkok.


Bangkok: Road to Ultra Thailand 2016

Road to Ultra Thailand 2016 will take place at BITEC Convention Center in Bang Na Bangkok. The big event is scheduled to take place on 11 June 2016.  The event should boast some of the most popular DJ’s in the world! Last years event featured Knife Party, Laidback Luke, Quintino, and Nervo.  Alesso was scheduled to perform, but had to cancel last minute due to illness.

Pattaya: Warp Music Festival 2016


Chiang Mai: Inthakin City Pillar

Inthakin also known as Sai Khan Dok – worship of the city pillar –  tradition of flower offering to the อินทขิล pillar – is a festival held every year in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It is a uniquely Chiang Mai Festival. The citizens of Chiang Mai are given the opportunity to venerate the guardian spirits of the city, particularly the spirits associated with the City Pillar, known as Sao Inthakin (The Lord Indra’s Pillar). This pillar had been used for an earlier city built in the same area and is associated with the Hindu god Lord Indra.

DATE : Wednesday, 01 June 2016 to Wednesday, 08 June 2016

– Malaysia –

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Kuala Lumpur: Mega Sale Carnival

Malaysia’s biggest shopping extravaganza –– Mega Sale Carnival is back, offering huge discounts and promotional activities put together by malls, retail stalls and other participating retailers throughout the city.


Langkawi: Eating out during Ramadan

Eating out during Ramadan in Langkawi is fairly easy thanks to the island’s numerous seafood, Chinese, Indian, and international restaurants, though alcoholic offerings are limited in certain hotels or inns. Five-star resorts often hold extensive buffet dinners for iftar, so travellers can enjoy a wide range of Malay delicacies such as beef rendang, nasi lemak, murtabak, and satay.

Massive outdoor food markets – also known as Bazaar Ramadan – can also be found all over Langkawi, particularly Kuah, Pantai Cenang, and Padang Matsirat. These night markets are open daily from 16:00 until late, selling over 100 types of freshly-prepared Malay dishes and snacks at very cheap prices.

Jorhor Bahru: Damien Rice Concert

Damien Rice is an Irish singer-songwriter, musician and record producer. He began his musical career as a member of the 1990s rock group Juniper. The band enjoyed moderate success with a couple of single releases, but a projected album foundered because of record company politics. After eight years of various collaborations, Rice released his third studio album My Favourite Faded Fantasy on 31 October 2014. Tickets are on sale now for Damien’s performance in Singapore at the Star Theatre, Singapore on 4th June.

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Compass Scholarship Foundation sponsors Master’s degree for senior executives

In association with Taylor’s University in Malaysia and University of Toulouse – Jean Jaures in France, Compass Scholarship Foundation has sponsored five senior management staff under a Master in International Hospitality Management continuing education programme.

Both universities jointly developed the Masters degree course as Validation des Acquis et de l’Experience, also known as Recognition of Prior Experience Programme, for individuals with vast working experience in tourism, hospitality and food service.  Upon the successful completion of the programme, the individuals will have a certified Master qualification recognized by the French Ministry of Higher Education.

Five sponsored executives were selected from Compass Hospitality corporate office and the managed properties for their work commitment as follow:

  • Tejinder Sidhu – Vice President, Business Development & Operations, Compass Hospitality
  • Enrico Wibawa – Director of eCommerce, Compass Hospitality
  • Jason Macleod – Corporate Food & Beverage Manager, Compass Hospitality
  • Zaki Baz – General Manager, The Continent Hotel Bangkok
  • Noppamassiri Ruanpech – General Manager, Grand Swiss Hotel

Jason Macleod who heads Compass Hospitality’s food and beverage department remarked, “I am excited to be sponsored for the Masters programme.  I feel privileged as not many companies would sponsor staff for their continued education at this high level.  The course has enabled me to be more strategic in my thinking and responsibilities.”

Ms. Noppamassiri Ruanpech, general manager of Grand Swiss Hotel in Bangkok added, “Compass Hospitality is a unique and special hotel operator that grooms staff to their full potential.  The programme helps me to motivate my staff and provide better service to our guests.”

Compass Hospitality’s President & CEO, Harmil Singh said, “We place great emphasis on the competence and proficiency of our key executives.  Taylor’s University and University of Toulouse – Jean Jaures provide the opportunities for our key executives to enhance their careers and contribute to a higher level of professionalism in the hospitality industry.”

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