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PM presides over OTOP Midyear 2012 to boost Thai products in...

NONTHABURI, 20 August 2012 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra presided over the opening ceremony of OTOP Midyear 2012 at IMPACT arena, Muang Thong...

SACICT targets arts & craft exports at USD800 mil

BANGKOK, 29 April 2012 – The SUPPORT Arts and Craft International Center of Thailand (SACICT) has set the target to export art and handicraft...

Special Report: International Innovative Craft Fair 2012

The Ministry of Commerce, in collaboration with the Support Arts and Crafts International Center of Thailand, is organizing the International Innovative Craft Fair...

SACICT to promote Thai handicrafts in international markets

BANGKOK, 21 February 2012  – The SUPPORT Arts and Crafts International Center of Thailand (SACICT) has launched the “Capital of Arts & Crafts”...

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Introducing new ‘Destination Thailand Visa (DTV)’, revising condition for Non-Immigrant ‘ED’ Visa holders

Government Spokesperson Chai Wacharonke disclosed about the Government’s policy on visa-free measure to facilitate foreign tourists’ entry into the Kingdom and stimulate tourism sector. Following...

60-day visa-free stay for tourists and business visitors from 93 countries and territories worldwide...

The announcement of the 60-day visa-free stay for tourists and short-term business visitors from 93 countries and territories worldwide is now in effect. On July...

Thailand’s new visa measures now effective

On 15 July 2024, Thailand announced new visa measures to enhance Thailand’s tourism and economy, which took effect on 15 July 2024. (MFA) ...

An evening of culinary delights and seaside splendour at Pebbles Bar & Grill

PATTAYA, Thailand - On a balmy evening, amidst the tranquil shores of Na Jomtien, just a short drive from bustling Pattaya City, Renaissance Pattaya...

Don’t panic because Thai Revenue has written to 100,000 tax residents urging registration

Panicky expats in Thailand have been advised that none of the 100,000 tax residents in receipt of advisory letters from the Thai Revenue Department...