Welcome to the Anglo-Thai Society (ATS) and thank you for visiting our website.
The Anglo-Thai Society (ATS) was founded in 1962 to help promote good relations between the UK and Thailand. It currently has around 300 members with an interest in Thailand's people, culture and its business relations. Throughout the year the society organises various events and activities of interest to our members. The two principal Anglo-Thai Society events each year are the Summer Reception at the House of Lords in June and The Presentation of Educational Awards in November. ATS is extremely grateful to our society patrons, H.E. The Thai Ambassador and The Lord Gedddes.
Monday, 20th March, 2017
ATS members have kindly been extended an invitation to attend the Sarawak Association/British Malaysia Society's joint event to watch the 'Searching for Ali Wallace' film at the Royal Overseas League at 1800 hours on Monday, 20th March. There will be a £10 guest fee and a cash bar will be in operation. For more details please click here.
Friday 25th November, 2016
A highlight of the evening was the enlightening speech by the keynote speaker Mr Iain Smith OBE, the eminent Film producer, who spent several months living in Thailand while shooting his Oscar winning film ‘The Killing Fields’. He explained why Thailand was so important to him; how the Thai people had supported him in so many ways and how he had been touched by their goodwill and gentleness
Thai Tho Restaurant Soho - Wednesday 14th December - 12: 30 pm
In previous years the Nipa Restaurant at the Lancaster Hotel has been a popular venue for the Christmas Lunch. However, this year the restaurant is closed at lunchtime for refurbishment. We have chosen the Thai Tho Restaurant in Soho where we have the upstairs dining room reserved, which will provide a nice and private venue for the event. The meal, including a welcome drink and gratuities, will cost £30 for members, £35 for guests. Approximate timing 12.00 – 15.30 pm.
A portrait of His Majesty King Bhumipol Adulyadej is displayed in front of the symbolic Royal Urn in the Dusit Palace, Bangkok.
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