The kingdom’s most exemplary developments and designs will be featured on our innovative, interactive virtual showcase
- Virtual gala to be broadcasted live across several channels, including asiapropertyawards.com, Facebook, and Youtube on Friday, 3 December
- Viewers expected to tune in from Asia Pacific and beyond will have a look at the most iconic projects of the year
- Live chat feature on the official Awards site to connect Thailand’s top developers with global viewers
Bangkok, Thailand — 26 November 2021
In 2020, as its neighbouring countries were devastated by the outbreak, Thailand has done well in terms of keeping the rate of infections low, which is why the programme was able to push through with a hybrid ceremony that ensured the safety and security of the guests.
That is, until this year, when the Delta strain reached the capital and caused a massive strain on the real estate sector.
Yet that proved to be no challenge at all because the country has managed to bounce back in no time. In November, with the local covid restrictions lifted and the number of fully vaccinated residents on the rise, the organisers of the most distinguished real estate honours vow to help the country on its course to full recovery.
In our 16th year, we are proud to present our first virtual red carpet and awards presentation of the PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards, which will be aired on asiapropertyawards.com/tv-podcast/, and our official Facebook and Youtube accounts, on Friday, 3 December from 17:30 (GMT +7).
As with our hybrid gala event last year, viewers from Asia Pacific and beyond will get an exclusive look at the magnificent projects that the Thai real estate sector has to offer us this year.
The event will start with a pre-show, which we refer to as the “Virtual Red Carpet”, where we will introduce our members of the jury, our ESG and charity partners, our official supervisor HLB, and none other than the country manager of DDproperty.com.
The highly awaited awards presentation will then begin shortly after where we will all find out which leading developers and designers nabbed the prestigious titles of the night. The Winners and Highly Commended will be accepting their accolades via remote conference, to be showcased to viewers, including potential investors, from around the globe.
The Awards’ official website will also be equipped with an interactive live chat platform where candidates can network with global viewers and vice versa.
With health and safety top of mind, all personnel involved during the filming of the 16th PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards virtual gala and interviews have been fully vaccinated and were required to follow safety protocols at all times.
The PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards is supported by gold sponsors IHI, JLL Thailand, and Mitsubishi Electric; bronze sponsor Bathic; official portal partner DDproperty.com; official cable TV partner History Channel; official magazine PropertyGuru Property Report; official supplier GFour Wines and Spirits; official PR partner Infinity Communications; media partners Discover Pattaya, HOT Magazine, Locanation, Luxury Society Asia, Pattaya Trader and REm Thailand; official charity partner Right To Play; official ESG partner Baan Dek Foundation; supporting associations Asia MarTech Society, Green Building Consulting & Engineering, and British Chamber of Commerce Thailand; and official supervisor HLB.
Register to watch at asiapropertyawards-registration.com/
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