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PM to lead Cabinet to receive blessing from Privy Council president

BANGKOK, April 23 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said she will lead her Cabinet to seek a blessing from Privy Council President...

Airports ready for extra flights during Thai New Year festival

Thailand’s airports are preparing to serve more flights during the 10-day Songkran Thai traditional new year with heightened security, said Airports of Thailand...

Police chief confirms two suspects in Hat Yai hotel bombing arrested

BANGKOK, April 4 -- National Police Chief Pol Gen Prewpan Dhamapong confirmed on Wednesday that police have arrested two suspects in last weekend’s...

Airports ready for extra flights during Thai New Year festival

BANGKOK, April 5 – Thailand’s airports are preparing to serve more flights during the 10-day Songkran Thai traditional new year with heightened security, said...

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Thailand launches ‘Alternative State Quarantine Paradise’ hotel bookings platform for foreign visitors

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Chiang Rai ‘Colours of Doi Tung’ Festival returns on weekends and public holidays Dec-Jan

The 7th annual ‘Colours of Doi Tung’ Festival in Chiang Rai province will take place each weekend and on public holidays from 08.00 –...

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