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Free SkyTrain Ride For Cyclists On Bangkok Car Free Day

19 Sep, 2020

Bangkok commuters can ride SkyTrain of the Bangkok Mass Transit System Pcl free on Bangkok Car Free Day on September 22 if they carry a bicycle along.

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Khao Yai Closed As Storm Brings Down Rocks And Trees

19 Sep, 2020

Runoff from tropical storm Noul leads to blockages along Thanarat Road

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Three New Cases Returnees From Brazil, Yemen

19 Sep, 2020

Total cases reach 3,500, 103 still in hospitals

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Qatar Introduces Thai Website

18 Sep, 2020

After years of serving Thailand with flights to Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket, Qatar Airways has introduced a Thai language website earlier this week.

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Two Foreigners Among Seven New Covid-19 Cases In Quarantine

18 Sep, 2020

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) reported seven new cases over a 24-hour period on Friday (September 18), including a Thai man who was infected for a second time.

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No Quarantine In UK For Travellers From Thailand

18 Sep, 2020

The Foreign Ministry’s deputy spokesperson Natapanu Nopakun said on Friday (September 18) that the United Kingdom will no longer require people travelling from Thailand to undergo 14-day quarantine.

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Thai Returnee From Saudi Arabia Dies Of Covid-19

18 Sep, 2020

Pandemic claims 59th victim in Thailand

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Divers May Have Found US Submarine Lost In WWII South Of Phuket

17 Sep, 2020

Divers have found what they believe is the wreck of a U.S. Navy submarine lost 77 years ago in Southeast Asia, providing a coda to a stirring but little-known tale from World War II.

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Strike Hurts Le Meridien Angkor Image

17 Sep, 2020

Employees at the Le Meridien Angkor Hotel in Siem Reap called a strike to demand the hotel management reinstate three union representatives who they say were unfairly terminated last July according to a report on the news website Cambojanews.com.

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Airlines Brace For End Of State Aid Measures

17 Sep, 2020

Thai aviation faces a real threat in the fourth quarter when operating costs surge again after the government's aid measures end, while some carriers may not get the soft loans the prime minister has promised.

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Reopening To Foreigners 'not Risky'

17 Sep, 2020

Quarantine means transmission unlikely

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Council Downplays Impact Of Planned Special Visas

16 Sep, 2020

Thailand cannot expect a big influx of tourists after the government launches a new visa scheme for long-term visitors, says a key trade group.

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Visitors Who Dump Trash At National Parks Face Fines, Jail

16 Sep, 2020

Natural Resources and Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa posted on his Facebook page photos of trash that national park officials collected after visitors unmindfully dumped the rubbish without as much as a thought for the environment.

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Officials Can’t Confirm Origins Of 2nd Domestic Virus Case

16 Sep, 2020

Health officials on Monday said they have yet to find coronavirus infection among those in close contact with the country’s second domestic patient in a single month, but they can’t establish how he contracted the virus either.

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Govt Workers Get Extra 2 Days Of Subsidised Holiday

16 Sep, 2020

Government employees have been handed an additional two days of subsidised travel under the "We travel together" tourism stimulus scheme.

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Myanmar Baby Tests Positive After Leaving Thailand

16 Sep, 2020

Health officials have been tracing the movements of a Myanmar mother and her child after the baby tested positive for the coronavirus disease 2019 after returning home from Thailand.

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Long-stay Tourism In Sight

16 Sep, 2020

First steps agreed to reopen for foreigners

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Cabinet Mulls Another Long Holiday To Spur Economy

15 Sep, 2020

The cabinet is thinking about declaring another long holiday, to allow people to travel and boost sagging local economies, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said on Tuesday.

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Thailand: All Visitors Will Need Insurance

15 Sep, 2020

A consortium of 16 insurance companies in Thailand are now offering foreigners, who are eligible to travel to Thailand, the mandatory insurance cover valued at USD100,000.

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Khao San Road And Ong Ang Canal To Get Weekend Walking Streets

15 Sep, 2020

Bangkok will open walking streets on Khao San Road and the road along Ong Ang canal on weekends from October to stimulate tourism.

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Cabinet Approves Long-term Tourist Visas

15 Sep, 2020

Quarantine compulsory, 90-day renewable stay

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THAI Creditors Told To File Requests For Repayment

15 Sep, 2020

Thai Airways International has asked its creditors to file their requests for debt repayments with the Department of Legal Execution after the Central Bankruptcy Court on Monday accepted its request for debt restructuring.

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5 New Quarantined Covid Cases Tuesday

15 Sep, 2020

The government on Tuesday reported five new cases of the novel coronavirus, all quarantined after arriving from five countries, raising the accumulated total in Thailand to 3,480.

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Over 1,000 Join In Fun Run To Promote Phuket Tourism

14 Sep, 2020

Over 1,000 people on Sunday joined in a fun run activity in Phuket to promote tourism of the southern Thai island.

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Thai Airways Gets Court Approval For Debt Restructuring Plan

14 Sep, 2020

Thai Airways International Plc, the nation’s flagship carrier, got court approval for its debt restructuring on Monday.

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All Natural Thai-Myanmar Borders Closed To Curb Covid-19 Cases

14 Sep, 2020

Maj-General Thakad Lordsiri, commander of the Surasi troop which patrols the Thailand-Myanmar border in Prachuap Khiri Khan, checked the barbed wire fences placed in different parts of the province, including the Dang Singkhon pass, which is only used to transfer goods for now.

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2 Thai Returnees Only Covid Cases Monday

14 Sep, 2020

The government reported two new Covid-19 cases on Monday, both Thai nationals who were in quarantine after recently returning from overseas. The new cases raised the accumulated total in Thailand to 3,475. No new deaths were reported.

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Thai Airways Faces Court Ruling On Landmark Debt Rescue Plan

13 Sep, 2020

Thai Airways International, the nation’s flagship carrier, faces one of its biggest challenges in its 60-year history, with the Central Bankruptcy Court set to rule on its debt restructuring on Monday.

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All 7 New Virus Cases Imported, Buriram Team Quarantined

13 Sep, 2020

The country has added seven more coronavirus infections, raising the total tally to 3,473.

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Locals Escape After Elephant Takes Night Visit To Their Home In Chonburi

11 Sep, 2020

Several residents have escaped after an elephant visited their home in Chonburi early this morning.

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