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Setback for Thai tourism confidence index

BANGKOK, March 27 – Thailand’s Tourism Confidence Index in the first quarter dropped below its normal level for the first time since last year,...

Tourism group urges govt to end state of emergency

BANGKOK, Jan 23 – The Tourism Council of Thailand (TCT) today called on the caretaker government to revoke the Emergency Decree which, it said,...

Thai private sector urges peaceful resolution, negotiation

BANGKOK, Dec 2 – Thailand’s leading business sector representatives today called for resolution of the country’s escalating political conflicts through dialogues and respect for...

Oil slick causes Bt100 million damage on Samet Island

Damage from the oil slick from an offshore pipeline in the sea off Rayong was preliminarily estimated at Bt100 million baht on Samet Island...

2012 Golden Year of Thai tourism

BANGKOK, Dec 28 – Inbound tourists to Thailand hit a historic record of almost 22 million persons this year, generating at least Bt900...

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Thailand’s opposition MPs accuse Govt of mishandling Coronavirus crisis, mega loans

BANGKOK - Opposition MPs accused the government of mishandling the COVID-19 crisis during the third day of House debate on three COVID-19 decrees on...

Thai police charge 18 Thais, 5 Chinese with commercial surrogacy conspiracy

BANGKOK - Twenty-three people including five Chinese nationals have been charged with illegal commercial surrogacy after a year-long investigation by Thai police. ...

Updates during COVID-19 Crisis

EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS National Institute for Emergency Medicine:1669 Bang Lamung Police Station: 038 221 800 Bangkok Hospital Pattaya: 038 259 999 Highway Patrol Police: 038 425 440 Nongprue Police...

Thailand 3rd phase of lockdown easing, curfew hours to begin Monday

BANGKOK - The Thai government’s COVID-19 task force has decided to begin the third phase of COVID-19 lockdown easing next Monday and shorten curfew...

Thailand to receive China-made driverless electric train for Bangkok route in June

BANGKOK – The first rubber-tired, self-driving electric train is scheduled to arrive in Thailand on June 10 for the Gold Line monorail in Bangkok’s...