Sunday, 14 October 2012

The Mall Hua Hin from the Central Group

Just an update for future customers coming to wheelchair accessible Coconut Grove Pool villas Hua Hin.

Close to Soi 102 opposite of the Intercontinental Hotel at the Petchkasem Road in Hua Hin will arise a new shopping mall from the Central Group in a joint venture with the Proud Group.
The shopping mall will be in walking distance (900m) of the pool villas. Look at our map of the local area . Or zoom in and look for the green houses and bleu balloon below.The green houses are the accommodations of alias Wheelchair Thailand Hua Hin and the bleu ballon is the location of the new shopping mall The Mall.

Wheelchair accessible Hua Hin - Thailand weergeven op een grotere kaart

Here is part of the article published in the Bangkok Post on September 17, 2012.

The Mall Group, the country's second-largest retail chain, is forming an alliance with the Liptapanlop family to jointly develop a large-scale shopping and entertainment complex in Hua Hin next year.

A 50:50 joint venture will be soon set up by the Mall Group and Proud Group, which is now under the management of Proudputh, the daughter of veteran politician and chief adviser of Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Party Suwat Liptaponlop, to run the retail project.

The venture requires an investment of 5 billion baht to develop the retail project, which is located on a 20-rai plot on Phetkasem Road opposite Intercontinental Hua Hin Resort and close to Hua Hin Market Village.

Construction is scheduled to start by early next year and will be completed in 2014.

The Mall Hua Hin will be a mixed-use complex with retail space between 80,000-100,000 square metres. It will comprise The Mall department store, a retail plaza, a financial services area, entertainment anchors, international fashion brand name stores and a five-star hotel.

Hoist to take care in Hua Hin Thailand

Just a few days ago I was up dating all our readers about our medical equipment available in our pool villas Coconut Grove for free to all our guests. I showed a picture of a electrical hoist in my previous blogpost .
And now I like to share two more pictures of another hoist. One which has two different kind of mechanismes. Disabled people using these hoist at home will recognize it. And they will now know that this kind of hoist is available in the accommodations of Wheelchair Thailand Hua Hin alias .
Taking care of handicapped family member will become as easy as at home. And maybe even easier whit the help in the house of our lovely and service minded housekeeper.

Thursday, 4 October 2012

Hoist, care around the corner

Hoist with electric adjustable 4 point hanger bar.
Wheelchair Thailand alias keeps adding new medical equipment. This time a passive hoist, which will automatically find the point of balance of the caretaker, providing him or her with a high feeling of comfort and safety.
On request our staff will provide you with all the equipment you need. We have hoists, passive and active. Pool hoist in every accommodation in Hua Hin. Three kind of shower wheelchairs / commodes. Three different beach wheelchairs. Ramps, grips, toilet seat raisers, shower stretcher, monkey poles, etc.

Disabled people who make a reservation in on of our accommodations in Hua Hin, Thailand can use this equipment for free.

Wednesday, 3 October 2012

WheelchairThailand Hua Hin, see man or woman?


An half year ago Jan and I were looking for some entertainment at night in Bangkok. Wherever you stay you can find entertainment. Bars, puppet show, dance and dinner show, cultural show, girls and lady boys, etc. We wanted to see a show and went to the Asia Hotel in Phaya Thai, Bangkok. Sadly enough this theater was not wheelchair accessible.
This time we had a look in our travel guide book of Bangkok. Found a name of a show and looked it up at internet. And yes the show has moved to another location and the location, Asiatique, and the theater, Calypso, is wheelchair accessible. So we booked tickets online and drove there early saturday evening. Staff took great care of us and guided us to the elevator and the theater to our seats. Access for wheelchairs and people with recuded mobility is assured.
And what a night we had. Lots of international restaurants to choose from, many shops with beautiful and classy merchandise, bars with live music, boulevard along the Chao Praya River and the Calypso theater. We had a great time. We can recommend the show and ask you now: "Did you see men or women?"