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TAT and Lufthansa City Centre sign extensive marketing pact

Berlin,– The Tourism Authority of Thailand and Lufthansa City Centre (LCC), one of Europe’s largest groupings of individually-owned travel agencies, signed an MOU to...

Thailand-Germany to cooperate on energy, food, and disaster management

BANGKOK, 21 September 2012 – Thailand and Germany signed an MOU on Thursday agreeing to become strategic partners in disaster management; the two...

BMA to facelift areas around Victory Monument

BANGKOK, 16 August 2012  – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is preparing to renovate the areas around the Victory Monument to make it...

Damaged light bulbs to be fixed throughout Bangkok

BANGKOK, 10 August 2012 - Bangkok Governor has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) on replacing burnt out...

Thailand & Iran to join forces in war against drugs

BANGKOK, 25 July 2012  – The weekly Cabinet meeting has approved the draft MOU with Iran to strengthen both countries’ drug clampdown campaigns. ...

Cabinet approves extra pay for Deep South officials

BANGKOK, 4 July 2012  – State officials working in the violence-plagued southernmost region of Thailand will receive higher remuneration, as approved by the Cabinet....

Industrial Works Dept joins hands with factories to reduce wastewater

BANGKOK, 13 June 2012  - The Department of Industrial Works (DIW) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with textile dyeing factories on...

Myanmar’s President Thein Sein to visit Thailand next month

BANGKOK, May 29 - Myanmar President Thein Sein will officially visit Thailand June 4-5  to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries which...

DITP: Thailand-Australia join hands to tackle trade barriers

BANGKOK, 28 May 2012  – The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) has revealed that Thailand and Australia are collaborating to bring down...

Thai PM leaves Bangkok for official visit to Australia

BANGKOK, May 26 -- Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra left Bangkok this morning for an official visit to Australia during May 26-29 as...

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Pattaya Grapevine: The Chinese are back

The Chinese are back Pattaya insiders say they are increasingly hearing Chinese voices on the beach and in the restaurants. Some say “they’re Taiwanese” but,...

House Committee approves revised budget bill for fiscal 2023

An examining panel from a House Committee has approved the revised budget bill for fiscal 2023, with more than 7 billion baht reallocated to...

Teens take over Jomtien beach during second weekend of ‘Pattaya Music Festival’

Crowds celebrated the second weekend of ‘Pattaya Music Festival’ on Jomtien beach last night making the city lively again after the official kick-start last...

Pattaya lottery vendors compelled to gouge public to survive

Pattaya lottery vendors complained that if they don’t overcharge the public, they won’t make enough profit to survive. Lottery sellers interviewed walking around the central...

APEC Tourism Ministerial Forum in Bangkok from August 14-20

Thailand, as the host of APEC 2022, is ready to host the 11th APEC Tourism Ministerial Meeting and the 60th APEC Tourism Working Group Meeting...