Welcome to the Thai-Austrian-Society
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S A V E T H E D A T E
1st Thai-Austrian Society Rooftop Event
@ Belga Rooftop Bar & Brasserie
on 26th March 2020
6.30 pm - 9.00 pm
Join us for a lively evening of our first Bar Networking event on the 32nd floor of Sofitel Bangkok
Sukhumvit with sparkling views scoping the city. Mix with dear members over authentic Belgian
beers and canapés.
Thank you to the Belga and Sofitel Management to host one (1) complimentary round of
Belgian beer* and two (2) rounds of authentic Belgian canapés*!
Subsequent orders are subject to own account.
*Subject to arrival before 19:00
For above benefits, please register via
Facebook or send email to
Nikolaus met the Thai-Austrian Society (Good kids only)
On Sunday, 1st December the annual Christmas brunch hosted by the
Thai Austrian Society together with the Swissôtel Bangkok Ratchada took place.
Over 80 people and children attended the brunch including the Austrian Ambassador
Mrs. Eva Hager and the Swiss Ambassador Mrs. Helene Budliger Artieda.
The children eagerly anticipated the arrival of the Nikolo (Nikolaus) who distributed
small gifts to all of them. The brunch became a tradition already and also
this year we collected THB 12.149,-- for charity projects.
“HAPPY FAMILY CAMP 2019”
Heart through heart agenda
October 12-14 2019 at Banyan Leaf Resort, Rachaburi
„We stand together with the poor“
We work to help the children and communities of the many slums of Bangkok. Together with our neighbors in the slums we create simple-but-progressive solutions that touch the lives of thousands of the poor every day.
We build and operate schools, improve family health and welfare, protect street children’s rights, combat the AIDS crisis, respond to daily emergencies, and offer shelter to orphans, to street children, and to children and adults with AIDS – always together, hand in hand and heart to heart with the people we serve.
Cross-Cultural Collaboration Workshop at
Swissotel Le Concordeon Sept 26, 2019
Looking at own cultural preferences and challenging each other perceptions,
Austrians/Swiss/Germans & Thais could elaborate on strategies how to best
work together & better understand the impact of cultural values. A big thanks
to Dr. Astrid Kainzbauer for guiding and challenging the participants.
The Thai Austrian Society is honored to contribute to the HDF Mercy Centre
On 5 September 2019, members of the board of the Thai Austrian Society met with Father Joe Maier at HDF Mercy Centre for handing over the cheque. We raised THB 158.000 at the Heuriger for the children of the Mercy Centre. Father Joe founded the Mercy Centre in 1972 and since then, has supported over 40.000 children from poor families and helped them to be educated at the preschools of Mercy Centre. With the money raised, we contribute to a three day family camp which will be held in October. Thank you to all our sponsors and donors again for your support!