Exemplary builders and developments in Thai real estate to be celebrated in Bangkok, Thailand on 18 November 2020; event to be livestreamed for wider reach
- 15th annual black-tie gala event in Bangkok, Thailand to be broadcasted simultaneously on asiapropertyawards.com, Facebook and Youtube on Wednesday, 18 November 2020
- Global viewers will be able to witness the grandest night in Thai real estate, complete with nominees dressed in their finest ensembles
- The highly-anticipated awards ceremony in both physical and virtual formats will pave the way for better opportunities for local developers
BANGKOK, Thailand — 18 November 2020
Together with the 15th annual black-tie gala event and awards ceremony at The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok, the event will be broadcasted across multiple channels, including asiapropertyawards.com/newsroom, the official Facebook and Youtube channels on Wednesday, 18 November from 18:30 to 22:00 Thailand Standard Time Standard Time (GMT +7).
As the awards programme celebrates its 15th anniversary, we have yet reached another milestone — a first in the history of our awards programme — where we livestream the black-tie gala event and awards ceremony to thousands of potential viewers from around the globe.
The annual PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards will commence with welcome remarks and video presentations from the organisers of the event, as well as the judges, sponsors and partners.
Throughout the event, premier developers, developments and designs will compete to be crowned as the best in their respective categories, making them eligible to represent the kingdom at the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final to be livestreamed on the 4th of December at our official channels.
Select VIPs and press will also be present at the gala, bearing witness to the most illustrious night in Thai real estate.
Watch the livestream here:
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