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150,000 tons of Thai rice sold to Hong Kong

BANGKOK - The Ministry of Commerce has announced success in selling as high as 150,000 tons of rice during a trip in which it...

Thai Leather Week Mid–Year Sale scheduled for June 21-30

BANGKOK, 7 June 2013 The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), in cooperation with the Thai Leathergoods Association, is hosting the Thai Leather...

Thailand Grabs the Best Five AsiaSpa Awards 2012

Hong Kong, November 30, 2012: Thailand won the Asian Spa Capital of the Year award at the 8th annual AsiaSpa Awards for 2012,...

Thailand hopes for rice export rebound in Hong Kong

HONG KONG, Nov 30 – Thailand today signed agreements to export 100,000 tonnes of Hom Mali (fragrant) rice worth Bt33 billion to Hong...

Thailand Striving to Become a Gem and Jewelry Trading Hub

Gem and jewelry producers have been urged to focus on creative manufacturing, as Thailand is striving to become one of the world’s gem...

THAI Airbus A380-800 inaugural flight takes off to Hong Kong

BANGKOK, Oct 6 -The first of Thai Airways International (THAI)’s Airbus A380-800 jetliners inaugurated the first commercial services on Saturday with a flight to...

Thai Chamber of Commerce proposes 9 measures to tackle global economic...

BANGKOK, 5 September 2012  – The Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) has proposed a set of measures to cope with the impact of...

Thailand Hosts Miss Hong Kong Pageant 2012 Finalists

Hong Kong, August 31, 2012: The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Hong Kong office joined together with Hong Kong’s Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) to...

Thai jewelry industry hurt considerably by Eurozone debt and US crises

BANGKOK, 1 August 2012  – The Eurozone debt crisis and the problems in the US economy have hurt Thailand’s jewelry export sector considerably. ...

Thai students win 10 medals from mathematics olympiad

  BANGKOK, 1 August 2012  – Thai students have once again put Thailand on the map, bagging 10 medals from the Southeast Mathematics Olympiad...

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Nightlife paused as Pattaya observes Asalha Bucha Day and Buddhist Lent

PATTAYA, Thailand -  Pattaya was abuzz with activity as Thai and foreign Buddhist devotees flocked to temples to observe Asalha Bucha Day on July...

The restaurant owner who runs Pattaya’s Walking Street

PATTAYA, Thailand - Sukhraj Kalra (Chup) should know a thing or two about Walking Street. He owns the only Indian restaurant on the strip...

Pattaya sees smooth traffic flow during Buddhist Lent holiday

PATTAYA, Thailand - During the extended Buddhist Lent holiday weekend from July 20-22, Pattaya experienced a notable surge in traffic activity. Major roads, including...

Beggars’ menace escalates during Buddhist Lent ceremonies at Pattaya temples

PATTAYA, Thailand - On the evening of July 20, as Wat Chai Mongkol Temple in South Pattaya was bustling with activity for its Buddhist...

Thepprasit Road collapse exposes Pattaya’s infrastructure failures

PATTAYA, Thailand - The collapse of a section of the newly built Thepprasit Road is not just a matter of infrastructure failure but a...