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Demonstrations have cost the tourism sector billions

BANGKOK, 10 January 2014 The Transport Minister has stated that Thailand will forego a great loss in opportunity if it does not follow through...

TAT: Tuesday blackout has posed no impact on Thai tourism

BANGKOK, 22 May 2013 The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has come out to assure that the blackout that hit 14 southern Provinces...

Govt to boost tourism to stimulate GDP growth

BANGKOK, May 22 – Deputy Prime Minister/Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong is spearheading a move to generate extra revenue for Thailand through tourism ...

Tourism Council of Thailand calls for government help in tourism management

BANGKOK, 18 April 2013  – The Tourism Council of Thailand is calling on the government to help improve the country’s tourism management while...

Holiday Inn Resort Cha-am re-launches after refreshment

Holiday Inn Resort Regent Beach Cha-am, an internationally branded resort on Cha-am beach, has been re-launched following the completion of a THB 100...

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Farang Affairs: Burmese MiG-29s bombing refugees

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Thailand to destroy 40 tons of seized narcotics

About 40 tons of narcotics will be incinerated at the Bangpoo Industrial Estate in Samut Prakan province on July 5 and 6. Officials from the...

Thailand able to cope with rising number of COVID-19 cases expected in next 10...

The local COVID-19 situation raises concerns as health authorities expect new cases will be rising in the next 10 weeks. Dr Chakkarat Pittayawonganon, director of...

Bangkok to remove 800-kilometer unused telecom cables by this year

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (DES), National Telecom (NT) and the Office of the National Broadcasting and...

Myanmar sorry for its jets’ incursions into Thai sky

Foreign Affairs Minister Don Pramudwinai quoted his Myanmar counterpart as apologizing for Myanmar fighter jets’ incursions into the Thai sky and promising they would...