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Thailand announces new Minister of Tourism

Career politician and former provincial governor Somsak Pureesrisak has been appointed Minister of Tourism and Sports, effective April 9. He replaces the late...

Solemnity and splendor augurs a lifetime of marriage bliss for Vathanai...

At a solemn ceremony held at St Nikolas Church on December 8, Pattaya’s most eligible bachelor Vathanai Vathanakul exchanged marriage vows with the...

Foreign diplomats to discuss solution to tourist swindles with Tourism Minister

BANGKOK, 21 February 2012  – Foreign diplomats to the Kingdom of Thailand are scheduled to meet with the Tourism Minister to discuss countermeasures...

Thailand likely to lose Bt16-19 bln in revenue from flood crisis:...

BANGKOK, Nov 27 - Thailand is forecasted to lose approximately Bt16-19 billion in revenue from the loss of 400,000-750,000 foreign visitors as a result...

TAT cancels Loy Krathong Festival as hotel and cruise businesses lose...

BANGKOK, 31 October 2011  – Mr Prasit Vichaisuchat, Secretary of the Thai Boat Association and Managing Director Assistant of the River Side Bangkok Hotel...

Thailand eyes 30 million tourists in 2015

BANGKOK, Sept. 5 – Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister and Tourism and Sports Minister Chumpol Silpa-archa has set a target to increase the number of...

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