UBON RATCHATHANI, 30 November 2013 The Ubon Ratchathani Zoo on Saturday has opened a new section called the “Mini Zoo” to house new animals from abroad in order to attract more tourists during the New Year.
BANGKOK, 1 December 2013 "Airport Help Center" has been set up at Suvarnabhumi International Airport to help passengers who are being stranded or affected by the current protest.
As tension of the ongoing protest has risen, Suvarnabhumi has set up "Airport Help Center" at CIP5 on the 3rd floor of passenger terminal to provide information and facilitate travel of airport passengers.
Those who need assistance are encouraged to call 02-132-9999 twenty-four hours a day. Fax number is 02-132-9998.
BANGKOK, 1 December 2013 The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has expressed its concerns over the current political rallies, saying they directly affect consumer confidence, investment, and tourism.
BANGKOK, 30 November 2013 Tennis World Number 1 Serena Williams and World Number 2 Victor Azarenka will face each other in an exhibition match in Hua Hin.
AMNAT CHAROEN, 1 December 2013 Amnat Charoen has celebrated its 20th year anniversary as the 75th province of Thailand on Saturday.
PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN, 1 December 2013 The roads close to Klai Kangwon Palace in Prachuap Khiri Khan have been fully decorated to welcome His Majesty the King.
NAN, 1 December 2013 Several provinces in Thailand have been campaigning on World Aids Day to raise awareness about the disease in order to reduce the number of people infected with it.
PHUKET, 1 December 2013 The Department of Marine and Coastal Resources has organized a release of sharks and other sea creatures to the sea on the occasion of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 86th birthday anniversary.
BANGKOK, 30 November 2013 The Suan Dusit Poll, after having surveyed 1,240 people in Bangkok and its vicinity on their views about the effects of the current political rallies, found that the effect most cited by respondents was traffic congestion.
BANGKOK, 30 Nov 2013 The Deputy Prime Minister in charge of national security has asserted that all state offices are still open as usual to serve the people despite the ongoing protest and seizures of government buildings.