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Thais continue to mourn HM the late King

BANGKOK - Many Thai people visited the Grand Palace to pay their respects to His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej over the weekend. People...

Over 4.6 million mourners signed in condolence books for the beloved...

The Ministry of Interior released the latest figures of people signing condolence messages in tribute to the passing of the beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej...

Merit-making ceremonies to pay tribute to the late Princess Mother

Merit-making ceremonies were held on Friday October 21 in Bangkok, Chiang Rai and Phayao provinces to mark the 116th birthday anniversary of the late...

Remembrance events for 2004 tsunami victims

PHANG NGA, Dec 26 – Thailand’s Andaman coastal provinces in the South held tsunami remembrance ceremonies to mark the seventh anniversary of the Dec...

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Pattaya ramps up security measures ahead of Wan Lai Day

PATTAYA, Thailand - As the Songkran festival reaches its peak and Pattaya gears up for the highly anticipated Wan Lai Day event on April...

Pattaya residents honour ancestors in traditional Songkran rituals

PATTAYA, Thailand - Residents of Nongprue in East Pattaya congregated on April 13 at Wat Nongprue Temple to partake in a cherished tradition during...

Durty Nellys raises more funds for Pattaya community projects

Tom Gorey and John Chapman owners of Durty Nellys invited members of the Rotary Club of Pattaya-Banglamung together with Mercy Pattaya to a vibrant...

PM to visit Phuket to review several key traffic management and infrastructure projects

Prime Minister Srettha Thaweesin is scheduled to visit Phuket province on Friday (Apr 19) to review several key traffic management and infrastructure projects. The...

Relocating cadmium tailings from Samut Sakhon, Bangkok, Chonburi back to Tak set on May...

Industry Minister Pimphattra Wichaikul has announced that Bound & Beyond Plc will begin relocating cadmium tailings from Samut Sakhon, Bangkok, and Chonburi back to...