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TAT sees Chinese New Year bringing Bt10 billion into circulation

TAT sees Chinese New Year bringing Bt10 billion into circulation BANGKOK, Jan 11 - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) expects the Chinese New...

Hand to Hand trains teachers to combat online child abuse

Staffers of a Pattaya children’s shelter trained to help prevent kids from being exploited on the Internet trained area teachers on its abuse-prevention...

Special report: Thailand to become a hub for international education

With the integration of ten ASEAN member countries as the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015, Thailand is gearing up in every possible way...

Regarding closing times

Editor; Regarding “Closing times” by Peter Forrester, United Kingdom: You say that closing the bars at 02.00 will increase tourism in Pattaya? What...

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French Ambassador meets compatriots on Pattaya visit

H.E. Thierry Mathou Ambassador of France to Thailand paid a courtesy call on Pattaya Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome during his visit to Pattaya last week. He...

Thailand likely to overturn plan to simplify entry procedures

The sudden appearance of the Omicron virus variant has dashed expectations that Thailand would ease the health tests conducted on arriving passengers from Test...

Historical Bangkok Hua Lamphong railway terminus will not be demolished

The State Railway of Thailand has confirmed that the old Hua Lamphong railway terminus will not be demolished or closed. SRT’s PR director Ekarat Sri-arayanpong...

Thousands pack Bangsue Grand Station for Pfizer and Moderna vaccinations

People flocked into the Bang Sue Grand Station to receive COVID-19 vaccines made by Pfizer and Moderna after free jabs of the vaccines were...

Thailand sub-district administrative organization elections sees good turnout

The prime minister has expressed his pleasure with the good turnout in Sunday’s (28 Nov) sub-district administrative organization elections, saying the decent voters' participation...