by Event Media
Kata Group Resorts Thailand, an operator of leading luxury beachside resorts in Thailand, celebrates its fifteenth successive year as host sponsor of the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta, Asia’s most prestigious sailing race.
Kata Group will host the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta opening ceremony on 2 December at Kata Beach Resort & Spa. The Group’s Phuket Orchid Resort & Spa will host an event party on 5 December, with the Regatta’s closing ceremony and awards party held at Kata Beach Resort & Spa on 8 December. The resort is also the event centre during Regatta Week, serving as the sailor’s briefing point and media centre.
Pamuke Achariyachai, President of Kata Group Resorts Thailand, said, “The Phuket King’s Cup Regatta is one of the most internationally significant regattas in the world of yachting. The Regatta is based at Kata Beach Resort & Spa, one of the most popular and beautiful resorts in Phuket. Already famous for stunning views of Kata Beach and its immediate beach access, the resort becomes even more special during Regatta Week as the view from the water’s edge is even more spectacular with the boats moored offshore. We are proud to enjoy our close association with such a magnificent race.”
Kata Group Resorts Thailand has a 32-year reputation for offering high-quality, affordable resort destinations and the world-famous Thai holiday experience within the reach of a broad demographic of customers who love to travel to this beautiful part of Thailand. The Group currently owns and operates six resorts in Thailand: Kata Beach Resort & Spa, Phuket; Karon Beach Resort & Spa, Phuket; Phuket Orchid Resort & Spa, Phuket; Kandaburi Resort & Spa, Koh Samui; including two new exclusive resorts Beyond Resort Khaolak, Phang Nga and Beyond Resort Krabi in Krabi.
For more information, please call 02 616 31404, or visit www.katagroup.com
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