Exclusive offer for Raimond land 

Stay in newly renovated Hyatt Guestroom for 2 consecutive nights. Enjoy the upgrade to Newly Renovated Deluxe Room during weekday (Sun-Thu)

Booking code: Raimon Land

For more information or reservations, please contact: 66 (0) 2 252 1234 ext. 4382 or thanakritta.inkong@hyatt.com

How to Stay Safe and Sane During This Pandemic 

“Don’t let your guard down.” might sound a bit offensive if anyone suggests it to you at this stage, as I know all of us in Thailand have been keeping ourselves and our families clean and sanitized as never before since the pandemic outbreak. But as we all know, the war hasn’t finished yet, COVID-19 is still around, and we are still in the midst of the pandemic and risking our lives outside every now and then. So let’s count this as a friendly and gentle reminder of how to stay safe and sane during this tough time.

The Classic Etiquette

Remember all the health and safety etiquette that we learned at kindergarten? Respiratory hygiene and coughing manners are always relevant and civilized. Wash your hands before and after handling food, and especially after coughing, sneezing or using the toilet. Cough or sneeze into tissue paper or at your elbow, away from other people. These old-school practices are not just for the kiddies, but for all of us to adopt as life-long habits for our own health’s sake.

The New Normal - Make It Habit

COVID-19 is not the first pandemic to hit the world, and will surely not be the last one. Scientists suggest that we might experience more of unknown germs, viruses and diseases in the coming years. What we can do at this stage is protect ourselves as best as we can. The new health and safety practices, such as adding hand-sanitizers or sanitizing spray as your new staples in your handbag, keeping at least 1.5 metres distance from other people, wearing a mask if you cannot keep your distance in a crowded public space, regularly cleaning your place and the most-touched surfaces, and separating yourself from others by resting at home if you’re sick - these are good ideas to prepare and protect ourselves from unforeseen disasters.

Taking Time Off

Apart from the deadly virus, other things that affect our health and well-being are stress and anxiety. I know that some of you might be struggling with working from home while doing home-schooling, suspecting economic collapse or job loss, stressing with the unforeseen future, or feeling frustrated with the daily not-so-good news that keeps flooding into our newsfeeds -  these are the real-life horrors that are haunting us at this time. But my dear readers, nothing will change or get any better if you immerse yourself in catastrophes; instead, your mental health will suffer. So, let’s take a break from these miseries by taking time off from negative news or social media for a while. Instead, try doing some exercise, or practicing yoga or meditation before starting your day. Or you could try dressing up for your Zoom meeting to connect with your friends and family to boost your positive energy and put your mind on the sunny side.

: The Sydney Morning Herald: www.smh.com.au | Socialbakers:  www.socialbakers.com

Photo Credits: Eczema Honey (@eczemahoneyco), Voss Water (@vossworld),

Construction Update

Construction Progress as of June 2020: Overall 2.48%.


Construction update as of end of June 2020: Overall 12.07 %.

Structural Work: 24.32% Overall Completion.

one City centre bangkok

Construction update as of end of June 2020: Overall  34.21%.

Subscribe to our e-newsletter to be the first to receive the latest update on
 our news, promotions, events, developments and much more.  For any 
special inquiries, please contact 02 029 1888 today or visit 
Facebook Raimon Land Twitter Raimon Land Instagram Raimon Land Youtube Raimon Land Youtube Raimon Land Email Raimon Land Telephone Raimon Land

© 2020 Raimon Land PCL. All rights reserved.