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Phetchaburi to be developed as Green City

PHETCHABURI - Phetchaburi province aims to develop itself as a Green City to attract tourists by promoting organic produce and reducing carbon dioxide emissions. ...

Petchaburi invites all to visits its 17th seafood festival at Cha-am...

PETCHABURI, 14 September 2015- The 17th seafood festival has kicked off in Cha-Am beach, Phetchaburi province. The event will conclude on September 19th. Cha-Am...

Cold weather coming, but rain hasn’t gone

BANGKOK, Nov 15 – Heavy rain is expected to hit a number of provinces between Bangkok and the South later today and into...

Popular Vietnamese Beauty Pageant to Use Thai Tourist Spots as Backdrop...

Bangkok, November 13, 2012: The Tourism Authority of Thailand is to host 12 contestants of a Vietnamese beauty pageant as part of a...

National Parks entrance fees raised nationwide

BANGKOK, 21 August 2012  - The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation yesterday announced a major raise in entrance fees to...

Cha-am annual tourism festival will begin in September

PHETCHABURI, 16 August 2012 -A popular tourist town of Cha-am and the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) are inviting everyone to visit Cha-am’s...

Cabinet mulls projects to develop Thailand’s western province

KANCHANABURI, May 20 – An on-site upcountry Cabinet meeting on Sunday pondered many projects intended to develop the economy and support the future...

Alleged elephant killing official surrenders to police

PHETCHABURI, Jan 17 – An assistant to the Kaeng Krachan National Park chief allegedly involved in poaching four elephants in the park turned himself...

TRAVEL AGENTS, MEDIA TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK ON THAILAND’S “GREEN ROUTES”

Bangkok, October 18, 2011 — A group of more than 50 invited travel agents and media in the Europe, Africa and Middle East region...

Bangkok prepares evacuation plan in case of high flooding

BANGKOK, Oct 9 – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) plans to use schools as temporary shelters in case the city is hit by flooding,...

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