rotary-icon-faviconThere are 317 Rotary Clubs in Thailand (as at 30 December 2014), the vast majority of which, of course, conduct their affairs and meetings in Thai.

There are, however, a small number of clubs (8) that use English, and one club each using Chinese, Japanese, French and German.

 

These clubs are:

English

The Rotary Club of Bangkok
The Rotary Club of Bangkapi
The Rotary Club of Bangkok South
The Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya
The Rotary Club of Eastern Seaboard, Pattaya
The Rotary Club of Koh Samui
The Rotary Club of Phayathai
The Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin

Chinese: The Rotary Club of Bangkok Bang-na
Japanese: The Rotary Club of Bangkok Suriwong
French: The Rotary Club of Pattaya Marina
German: The Rotary Club of Phoenix, Pattaya

The Rotary Club of Bangkok South has extensive links with clubs all over Thailand, and not just the English speaking ones.

Many of these links come about through our Clean Drinking Water and Library Kit projects, as well as projects done via Matching Grants.

Sister Clubs

We also have ‘sister club’ relationships with a number of clubs in Thailand and overseas.

Many of these relationships were re-confirmed at a dinner held on 30 September 2011 in conjunction with our 50th anniversary.

The full list of Sister Clubs is:

Club Name and Date Initiated

Kamakura Ofuna, Japan (District 2780) 1970
Taichung, Taiwan (District 3460) 1972
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, (District 3330) 16 January 1987
Makati South, Philippines (District 3830) 23 June 1989
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, USA. (District 7450) 15 November 1991
Tanglin, Singapore (District 3310) 28 February 1992
Waikiki, Hawaii, USA (District 5000) 15 January 1992
Gisborne, Victoria, Australia (District 9800) 17 January 1992
Marikina, Philippines (District 3800) 18 March 1997
Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia (District 9640) 2000
Busan Hanul, Korea (District 3660) 23 April  2004
Pranarai Lopburi, Thailand (District 3350) 2004
Macau, China (District 3450) 10 February 2006
Meenambakkam, India (District 3230) 20 October 2006