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Police identify over 10 suspects connected to southern attacks

Police reported Wednesday that they have now identified over 10 suspects in connection to the recent attacks in the seven southern provinces. Deputy Commissioner-General of...

Police chief says motive behind Hua Hin bombs still unclear

The Royal Thai Police chief has yet to conclude the motive behind explosions in the tourist city of Hua Hin as more evidence is...

Police look for suspects after bombs hit tourist sites

Hua Hin (AP) — Locals and tourists headed warily into the main part of the long holiday weekend Saturday as police looked for suspects...

One killed and 20 injured in two bomb blasts in Hua...

One Thai woman was killed and 20 injured, including foreign tourists, when the second bomb exploded near Raintree beer bar at Yak Selakram in...

Seven injured in bomb blast in downtown Trang province

Seven people were injured in a bomb explosion in downtown Trang province Thursday afternoon. All the injured were later rushed to two hospitals in the...

Oil slick on the beach of Hua Hin removed

PHUKET - Oil slick in the beach town of Hua Hin has already been removed from the beach. Hua Hin Chief Suthipong Khlai-udom said...

Tourists in Hua Hin told not to swim until oil slick...

PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN - The First Naval Area Command is expected to find out what caused oil slick on the beach in Prachuap Khiri...

Crown Prince opens majestic Rajabhakti Park in Hua Hin

PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN, 27 September 2015 - His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn yesterday represented His Majesty the King at the opening ceremony...

Thai Airways International position as a “Golfer Friendly Airlines”

New Delhi – May 7, 2013: Keeping up the efforts to promote Thailand as a Golf Paradise and to attract the growing golf...

Hua Hin still an attractive second home option for Thais

The seaside town of Hua Hin remains an active condominium market for Thais who purchase second homes according to researchers at property management company...