31.8 C
Pattaya
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Home Tags Sungai Kolok

Tag: Sungai Kolok

Narathiwat hotel bombing prompts tourists to cancel reservations

NARATHIWAT, May 21 – The hotel industry in this southern border province has been shaken by Saturday's bombing at the Asia Hotel in...

Sungai Kolok communities still face high flood levels

NARATHIWAT, Feb 28 - Communities along the river in Sungai Kolok district are still facing high levels of flooding. ...

Southbound train service back to normal

NARATHIWAT, Nov 21 – Trains bound for Thailand’s southernmost province of Yala resumed service Wednesday morning after a 300-metre stretch of tracks, badly...

Yuthasak asserts curfew not needed in southern border region

  BANGKOK, Aug 1 - Deputy Prime Minister Yuthasak Sasiprapa admitted Wednesday to a lack of unity among agencies in addressing southern violence, but...

Sungai Kolok car bomb causes tourists’ check out of 50 percent

NARATHIWAT, July 21 - The Friday car bomb in Su-ngai Kolok district has heavily impacted the local economy, causing 50 percent of foreign...

Car bombing in Narathiwat’s Su-ngai Kolok district

NARATHIWAT, July 20 – A car bomb in Narathiwat's Su-ngai Kolok district on Friday morning caused a fire which engulfed a commercial building,...

Thailand to boost ties with neighbours: Foreign Minister

BANGKOK, Feb 7 - Thai Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul on Tuesday reaffirmed that Thailand will focus on strengthening relations and cooperation with its neighbouring...

Heavy rain triggers flash flood in Narathiwat

NARATHIWAT, Jan 13 – A flash flood from the Sankalakhiri mountain range in Narathiwat’s Sukhirin district and heavy downpour damaged a section of road...

One child drowns in southern flood

YALA, Jan 3 – A nine-year old girl reportedly drowned in Yala as heavy rainfall triggered flooding in nine southern provinces, according to Thailand’s...

Thai army chief visits troubled south; Amnesty condemns insurgents

BANGKOK, Sept 27 - Army chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha is is Thailand’s troubled South today on an inspection trip of the insurgency-impacted border region....

Latest Stories

Foreign tourists and retirees excluded from latest approval list to come to Thailand

This week the powerful Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSU) has updated the groups of foreigners able to apply to board a plane to...

Pattaya turns blue to mark HM Queen Sirikit the Queen Mother’s birthday

Pattaya-Naklua market was busy with shoppers looking to buy blue coloured clothing to wear during this whole month to mark and honour HM Queen...

Elite card is not a free pass to return to Thailand

Following press reports in UK that the long-stay visa known as Elite is an automatic permission to return to Thailand, Thai embassies abroad are...

Sinlaku brings seafood buffet to Pattaya-Jomtien beaches

Pattaya residents took advantage of storm-churned seas to scoop up shellfish washed up on Jomtien Beach. The waves whipped up by tropical storm Sinlaku brought...

Captain Cripple takes the day at Phoenix Pattaya

PSC Golf from Billabong August 3 Monday 3rd August Phoenix Mountain and Ocean Stableford Phoenix Mountain and Ocean loops Monday, with a lot of high clouds and just...