STPBSingapore Tourist Promotion Board
STPBSurabaya Tourism Promotion Board (Indonesia)
STPBSekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Bandung (Indonesian: Bandung Tourism High School; Bandung, Indonesia)
STPBSend the Pain Below (Chevelle song)
STPBStrategic Tourism Planning Board (Tompkins County, NY)
STPBShort the Phone Book (stock trading)
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Nonetheless, by the time of his next visit in 1988 Warren was actively engaged in working with the STPB to re-create the former chapel housing the Changi Murals.
{38} In June 1988 the STPB announced that it "was taking steps to re-create the Chapel as it was so that visitors can appreciate the Murals in a setting as close to the original as possible".
STPB officials were quick to add their hospitality to ITV's, by paying for him to extend his stay by two weeks.
In May that year Warren, at the request of STPB officials, signed over to the Board whatever copyright he had over the use of the murals that he had created at Changi.
When the STPB intervened to re-establish Changi as an attractive tourist stop for Singapore's tour operators, Collins proposed that the site be completely refashioned according to the novel.
He wrote that the STPB should do everything possible to create the attraction that the tour operators wanted.
The management of the STPB thought that the Changi site was frequented mainly by British, Australian and New Zealand ex-POWs and their relatives, and it appears to have been unaware that Kanchanaburi was experiencing a tourist boom.
{25} The principal members of the STPB project team on the Changi site, Robbie Collins, Pamelia Lee, and Bajintar Singh, still saw a re-creation of the POW past at the Changi as the most viable way of restoring the place as a tourist attraction.
The STPB project team then decided to appeal to ex-POWs for mementos and photographs.
{27} The members of the STPB project team were able to get the endorsement of ex-POWs for construction of Changi Prison Chapel, which began in August 1987.
{28} In September 1987, after completing the chapel, the STPB turned its attention to the museum that was planned to be next to the chapel.
Mawby, of the Burma Star Association, wrote to the STPB project director, Pamelia Lee: "I feel we are old friends." Mawby informed the STPB that he had "tried to promote the project as much as possible via public relations work with Ex-servicemen's organisations I belong to in Australia and the U.K".