Flight of the Gibbon supports Royal Thai Navy Seals Mangrove Planting in Chonburi

 | Wed 17 Oct 2018 09:00 ICT

Flight of the Gibbon recently supported the Royal Thai Navy Seals with Cape & Kantary Hotels and TAT Pattaya for a Mangrove Planting Project In Situ Conservation of Plant Species Under the Royal Initiation of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.  The planting ceremony of 375 mangrove trees shaped to form the word “Long Live the King” was presided over by Rear Admiral Apakorn Youkongkaew (5th from left), Commander of Naval Special Warfare Command, Royal Thai Fleet at The Thai Island and Sea Natural History Museum, Sattahip district, Chonburi province.

In the photo from left:

  1. Mr. Daniel Ben Wallace: Manager of Digital Marketing and Technology, Flight of the Gibbon
  2. Lieutenant Junior Grade Suphawut Chuchatjaroenpon: Caretaker of The Mangrove Special Technic (Asbestos Tube) Project
  3. Miss Pinnart Charoenpol: Director of TAT’s Pattaya Office
  4. Captain Suriyan Samranjai: Commander of Naval Special Warfare group 1, Naval Special Warfare Command, Royal Thai Fleet
  5. Rear Admiral Apakorn Youkongkaew:  Commander of Naval Special Warfare Command, Royal Thai Fleet
  6. Miss Panthong Wangwan:  General Manager, Flight of the Gibbon
  7. Miss Sudawadee Rerksujarit:  General Manager, Cape Racha Hotel, Sriracha
  8. Miss Siremon Putthachat: General Manager, Kameo Hotel, Amata, Bangpakong