7 October 2014 – Stacked Restaurant at OZO Chaweng Samui warmly welcomed over 40 Skålleagues from Skål Samui. Mr Ingo Domaschke (General Manager – OZO Chaweng Samui) and the Stacked team, dished out a fantastic dinner spread with gourmet delicacies specially prepared by Stacked Executive Chef Mr Matthew V.C. Rubin. OZO Chaweng Samui and the Stacked management team including General Manager Mr Domaschke, F&B Manager Khun Winnie and Stacked Restaurant Manager Khun Ainee, greeted the Skål Group from Samui, headed by their president Mr Michael Biedermann.
Skål International is the largest travel and tourism organization in the world. The exclusive membership is made up of top executives in the tourism industry. Its monthly informal dinner meetings offer the members a venue for networking and discussion. Most meetings feature a presentation by a notable guest speaker. Being made up of travel, tourism and transport professionals, the business advantages of joining Skål is obvious. By attending local meetings, National & International Congresses & other events, members are able to meet industry colleagues from clubs throughout the world and network with their colleagues in the industry. These meetings, held in an “amicale” spirit, give members the chance to make contacts, on both business & personal level, while forging new and lasting friendships. Skål is non-political and does not discriminate on the grounds of sex, age, race or religion.
Stacked Restaurant is located in OZO Samui on Chaweng Beach Road. Stacked offers beachgoers and locals
a vibrant new dining experience. A contemporary take on the ‘beach diner’, Stacked serves comfort food with
a twist. Open from 17:00 until late, it’s the perfect spot to watch the world go by, whilst catching up with friends
over sharing plates, beers and cocktails.
Chaweng Road, Bo-Phut, Koh Samui. Suratthani 84320. Thailand
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