Thai Consulate General to Monaco Dr. Sribhumi Sukhanetr

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Thai Consulate General to Monaco Dr. Sribhumi Sukhanetr

Hope Rehab’s world-class service is provided in an exclusive location on a large estate in Sri Racha with a grand manor house, formally a privately owned beach house graciously donated by the Thai Consulate General to Monaco, Dr. Sribhumi Sukhanetr.

Dr Sribhumi Sukhanetr, Honorary Consul to Monaco
Siraveth Sukhanetr, Vice Honorary Consul to Monaco

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