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  • Watch Tour de France at Admiral’s Pub and Restaurant

    Recently, Danish owner of the Admiral’s Pub and Restaurant in Bangkok decided to install an IPTV box so that future Scandinavian events can be watched live. These days Tour de France with Danish commentator will be shown every night. During Tour de France Bjarne Riis is part of TV2’s team of experts. Monday, he is in […]

    Watch Tour de France at Admiral’s Pub and Restaurant
  • New President for NBAS

    Erik Borgen has elected to step down as President of NBAS after over 10 years of outstanding service for the Norwegian community in Singapore. He will be going back to Norway by the end of the year but will be staying on the NBAS Board as a Board member until […]

    New President for NBAS
  • A perception of blind massage

    ‘Perception Blind Massage’ is a new massage place concept to Bangkok. The place is providing employment for blind or visually impaired therapists, who demonstrate their unique talent for massage therapy as they are able to fully focus on their sense of touch in a way others cannot. The owner Savija […]

    A perception of blind massage
  • Dane starts new business networking group in Bangkok

    Bangkok Business Presentation is a new networking group that allows even small companies to come and present their company for other networkers. The founder is Dane Henrik Jensen.  “The reason why I have started this network is because I want to create a place where it is easy for other business […]

    Dane starts new business networking group in Bangkok
  • Scandinavian TV can now be watched at Admiralen Bangkok

    “We just installed an IPTV box for future events,” Bent Laasholdt says. He is the Danish owner of Admiral’s Pub & Restaurant in Bangkok. The place now shows TV from Scandinavia, which means that a good football match, elections or other viking entertainment can be enjoyed along with dishes from both Scandinavia and Asia […]

    Scandinavian TV can now be watched at Admiralen Bangkok
  • Norway firm to build multimillion-dollar power plant in Vietnam

    The administration of the southern Vietnamese province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau has given green light to the construction of a multimillion-dollar power plant on Con Dao Island. Norwegian terminal builder GraviFloat AS has been allowed to conduct feasibility research for the US$45 million Con Dao LNG (liquefied natural gas) power […]

    Norway firm to build multimillion-dollar power plant in Vietnam
  • Malaysia’s railroad systems better than Sweden and Denmark

    Surprisingly enough, according to a survey made by World Economic Forum in 2013, Malaysia has better railroad infrastructure than Denmark and Sweden. Malaysia ranks 17, and Denmark is ranked 19 and Sweden 21. While Finland is in the top together with Singapore, Norway has long had some of the slowest roads in Europe […]

    Malaysia’s railroad systems better than Sweden and Denmark
  • New Scandinavian football team in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong Vikings is the name of the new Scandinavian football team. The spirit of the team is to combine football with the opportunity to meet other expats and enjoy a beer. Sign up or join the launch party at Spicy Fingers, Wancai, on July 25. Hong Kong Vikings is according to […]

    New Scandinavian football team in Hong Kong
  • Half way to Christmas at Stable Lodge Hotel

    Wednesday, June 24, Danish owned Hotel Stable Lodge celebrates that it is exactly half way to Christmas.   The Danish owned Hotel Stable Lodge is offering classical Danish, Swedish and Norwegian dishes and Thai food specialities from the North, South and East of Thailand. On Wednesday, roast duck and pork with sugar […]

    Half way to Christmas at Stable Lodge Hotel
  • Norway witness to first Philippines Mindanao rebels’ arms turnover

    16 June 2015 was the start of the decommissioning process, which will put the combatants and their weapons beyond use as part of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro, says a press release from the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Manila. In a ceremony held in Sultan Kudarat, the MILF (Philippines’ […]

    Norway witness to first Philippines Mindanao rebels’ arms turnover

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Watch Tour de France at Admiral’s Pub and Restaurant

Watch Tour de France at Admiral’s Pub and Restaurant

Recently, Danish owner of the Admiral’s Pub and Restaurant in Bangkok decided to install an IPTV box so that future Scandinavian events can be watched live. These days Tour de France with Danish commentator will be shown every night. During Tour de France Bjarne Riis is part of TV2’s team of experts. Monday, he is in […]

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New President for NBAS

New President for NBAS

Erik Borgen has elected to step down as President of NBAS after over 10 years of outstanding service for the Norwegian community in Singapore. He will be going back to Norway by the end of the year but will be staying on the NBAS Board as a Board member until […]

Read more ›
A perception of blind massage

A perception of blind massage

‘Perception Blind Massage’ is a new massage place concept to Bangkok. The place is providing employment for blind or visually impaired therapists, who demonstrate their unique talent for massage therapy as they are able to fully focus on their sense of touch in a way others cannot. The owner Savija […]

Read more ›
Dane starts new business networking group in Bangkok

Dane starts new business networking group in Bangkok

Bangkok Business Presentation is a new networking group that allows even small companies to come and present their company for other networkers. The founder is Dane Henrik Jensen.  “The reason why I have started this network is because I want to create a place where it is easy for other business […]

Read more ›
Scandinavian TV can now be watched at Admiralen Bangkok

Scandinavian TV can now be watched at Admiralen Bangkok

“We just installed an IPTV box for future events,” Bent Laasholdt says. He is the Danish owner of Admiral’s Pub & Restaurant in Bangkok. The place now shows TV from Scandinavia, which means that a good football match, elections or other viking entertainment can be enjoyed along with dishes from both Scandinavia and Asia […]

Read more ›
Norway firm to build multimillion-dollar power plant in Vietnam

Norway firm to build multimillion-dollar power plant in Vietnam

The administration of the southern Vietnamese province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau has given green light to the construction of a multimillion-dollar power plant on Con Dao Island. Norwegian terminal builder GraviFloat AS has been allowed to conduct feasibility research for the US$45 million Con Dao LNG (liquefied natural gas) power […]

Read more ›
Malaysia’s railroad systems better than Sweden and Denmark

Malaysia’s railroad systems better than Sweden and Denmark

Surprisingly enough, according to a survey made by World Economic Forum in 2013, Malaysia has better railroad infrastructure than Denmark and Sweden. Malaysia ranks 17, and Denmark is ranked 19 and Sweden 21. While Finland is in the top together with Singapore, Norway has long had some of the slowest roads in Europe […]

Read more ›
New Scandinavian football team in Hong Kong

New Scandinavian football team in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Vikings is the name of the new Scandinavian football team. The spirit of the team is to combine football with the opportunity to meet other expats and enjoy a beer. Sign up or join the launch party at Spicy Fingers, Wancai, on July 25. Hong Kong Vikings is according to […]

Read more ›
Half way to Christmas at Stable Lodge Hotel

Half way to Christmas at Stable Lodge Hotel

Wednesday, June 24, Danish owned Hotel Stable Lodge celebrates that it is exactly half way to Christmas.   The Danish owned Hotel Stable Lodge is offering classical Danish, Swedish and Norwegian dishes and Thai food specialities from the North, South and East of Thailand. On Wednesday, roast duck and pork with sugar […]

Read more ›
Norway witness to first Philippines Mindanao rebels’ arms turnover

Norway witness to first Philippines Mindanao rebels’ arms turnover

16 June 2015 was the start of the decommissioning process, which will put the combatants and their weapons beyond use as part of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro, says a press release from the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Manila. In a ceremony held in Sultan Kudarat, the MILF (Philippines’ […]

Read more ›