Friday, 23 December 2011

Holiday wishes to all "disabled" people in the world.

To beloved family, dear friends, sweet neighbors and appreciated customers a Merry Christmas. Wheelchair Thailand wish you and your family a New Year in excellent health, with wonderfull accessible holidays, loving and tender care and family and friends nearby.

Sunday, 18 December 2011

Wheelchair Thailand takes care in resort town Hua Hin.

Hua Hin
Yamaha dealer

In resort town Hua Hin Wheelchair Thailand lets two beautiful wheelchair accessible holiday accommodations.

Pool villa Coconut Grove is located just outside the center of Hua Hin and Apartment Tira Tiraa is located in the center of Hua Hin.

Housekeeper Kan takes care of the household in Coconut Grove spoiling our guest with her good service. Helping out wherever she can and drving around to get te groceries our guests want. For this she needed a new motorbike. The old motorbike was worn off.

Wheelchair Thailand can provide guests with a private care taker. The first steady care taker can take care of our disabled guests in both our accommodations. She can relocate herself by motorbike. A second caregiver works on call. She steps in when the demand of professional, polite and attentive care taking gets too high for one caretaker or just when our steady care giver has a day off. will extend their services in the future. Keep following this Blog for more information. Or email to with your request of a specific service.

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Birthday celebration King of Thailand in Hua Hin

Ice carvers in Hua Hin, King's 84th birthday.
Last Monday 5 December 2011 the King of Thailand celebrated his 84th birthday. It is a national holiday. People have a day off. All day traffic is very quiet because the people are looking television. They watch the celebration in Bangkok and listen to the King's speech. They watch ceremonies to honor the King all over Thailand.

In Hua Hin it is business as usual. Only public officials have a day off. But in the evening people are coming out of their houses and start to celebrate. Everything is well decorated with flowers, lights, candles, pictures of the King and Queen and arches to announce the King's birthday. Near the Hua Hin Municipality ice carvers are making statues with pictures of the King in it. Many people are walking on the square and looking at the statues. They walk along the food stalls and buy some food and drinks.
At 20.45 hr. decorative lights and streetslights are turned off. Cars are stopped by the police and have to turn of their engine and lights. People and police lit candles and start to sing a song wich is ending with the Phrase: "Long live the King". The celebration was ended with fireworks.

A beautiful day for the King, the King's family, people of Thailand and tourists. Wheelchair Thailand / liked this celebration in Hua Hin very much.