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Restoration of historic Ayutthaya sites to cope with renewed flood

AYUTTHAYA, Jan 31 – Thailand’s antiquities authorities will speed up restoring the former capital’s historic sites, damaged by last year’s flooding in the...

Miniature royal barges, royal history take center stage at new tourist...

A new museum and theater hopes to draw tourists to East Pattaya with its spotlight on the legacy of HM the King and...

Opening of the Miniature Royal Barge Center

Pattaya has a new attraction, one that Thais will be proud of and foreigners can learn more about Thai culture, it is the Miniature...

Thousands make merit by giving alms to 2,084 monks

About 25,000 people turned up at dawn Dec. 24 to present alms to 2,084 Buddhist monks on a mission to help Southern Thailand brethren...

Countdown to 2012 begins Christmas Day

This year’s week-long Pattaya Countdown to 2012 will begin with fireworks, a Christmas tree light up and music on Christmas day, December 25. ...

TU, Rangsit, confirms no flooding in campus and water situation will...

BANGKOK, 21 October 2011 – Thammasat University's Rangsit Campus is still safe from flood and the situation outside the campus is expected to improve...

Thailand to maintain World Heritage Committee membership

BANGKOK, Oct 13 --- Thailand resolved to retain its status in the World Heritage Committee, according to Thai Foreign Affairs Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul. ...

Culture Min to inspect ancient sites after floods

BANGKOK, 15 August 2011 – The Ministry of Culture is prepared to inspect ancient sites in Ayutthaya and Sukhothai provinces after they were...

Palang Chon leaders hit the road to get candidates elected

With July 3’s parliamentary elections less than a month away, Chonburi’s powerful Kunplome family brought out its top executives in a push to...

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Songkhla border closed, Thais in Malaysia urged to cross border in other provinces

The Malaysian authorities have recently closed Bukit Kayu Hitam border crossing temporarily, making it impossible for Thais in Malaysia to return through Sadao border...

Anti-government demonstrators gather at Thammasat University, Bangkok

Anti-government demonstrators showed up in front of the ThaPrachan campus of Thammasat University facing Sanam Luang ground while local police were present to ensure...

Heavy rain hits eastern and northeastern Thailand as storm Noul moves in

Tropical Storm Noul has caused heavy rainfalls in Thailand’s northeast as the Category 3 tropical storm made landfall in Vietnam’s Hue city early on...

Storm Noul causes flash floods and strong winds across Thailand

Storm Noul brought persistent rain to the heart of Nakhon Ratchasima province where flooding and felled trees which damaged houses were reported in many...

Anti-government protesters break into campus in Bangkok

Anti-government demonstrators forced their way into the ThaPrachan campus of Thammasat University, set up their stage in its football field and planned to move...