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Why Thai Locals Make Homes For The Spirits

07 Mar, 2021

Spirits are everywhere in Thailand. That’s what many locals believe.

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Focus On Domestic Tourism As TAT Targets Bt1.2-trillion Revenue In 2021

07 Mar, 2021

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is targeting revenue of Bt1.218 trillion in 2021 for the tourism sector with strategies focusing mainly on domestic tourism.

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Rare Coral Reef Wrecked By Thieves In Prachuap National Park

07 Mar, 2021

Authorities are investigating a case of marine vandalism in Prachuap Khiri Khan province after discovering a reef of protected staghorn corals has been plundered by thieves.

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New Plan For Hotel Quarantine

07 Mar, 2021

Visitors could leave rooms after 3 days

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AirAsia Aims To Launch 'flying Taxis'

07 Mar, 2021

CEO Fernandes seeking more ways to get people using its 'super app'

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Second Covid Wave Hits 22,000 Cases

06 Mar, 2021

The second wave of the coronavirus outbreak has led to more than 22,000 confirmed cases and 25 deaths since December 15, officials confirmed Friday.

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Centara Unveils Mirage Waterpark In Vietnam

06 Mar, 2021

Centara Hotels & Resorts, Thailand’s leading hotel operator, expands its popular family-themed resort brand with the world’s second Centara Mirage, opening in a popular beach destination in southern Vietnam.

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Pattaya Mayor Announces Songkran Festival For Pattaya, Including “Big Day” Of Wan Lai On April 19th Is Back With Covid-19 Measures

06 Mar, 2021

Navy Adds Peta Award To Kitty After Ocean Rescue Mission

06 Mar, 2021

The navy has received an award from a leading animal rights group for rescuing cats from a sinking ship in the Andaman sea in Satun province on Tuesday.

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Palaces, Royal Sites Reopen To Visitors

05 Mar, 2021

The Royal Household Bureau announced on Friday that all palaces and royal sites are open to visitors as the Covid-19 situation has eased.

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Both Bhumibol Bridges To Be Resurfaced, 6-month Partial Closure

05 Mar, 2021

Both Bhumibol bridges over the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok will be partially closed to traffic overnight for road resurfacing from March 15-Sept 30

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Thais Are Getting Taller – It’s Official

05 Mar, 2021

Have you ever thought that Thais are getting taller as the years go by? Well now it’s official: The Public Health Ministry has raised its standard height for Thai children, men and women.

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Thai AirAsia Nudges Authorities To Open Up

05 Mar, 2021

TAT pushes new stimulus measures

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New Tourism Plan Afoot For Bang Kachao

05 Mar, 2021

City's lungs to get special zone status

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Thai Government To Release “guidelines” For Safely Celebrating Songkran By Mid-month, Focus To Be On “traditional And Cultural” Events

04 Mar, 2021

Thai Government officials, a day after announcing that Songkran, Thailand’s biggest annual holiday and The Thai New Year, would take place this year, stated this afternoon, March 4th, 2021, that they would be placing in effect guidelines and measures to safely celebrate the festival during Covid-19.

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Grand Palace, 5 Other Locations Reopen Thursday

04 Mar, 2021

Visitors are allowed to pay respects to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha as the Grand Palace and five other popular sites are open to the public on Thursday.

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AirAsia Introduces ASEAN Unlimited

04 Mar, 2021

AirAsia introduces this week its ASEAN Unlimited, a deal that offers unlimited access to the airline’s international and domestic flights as well as e-commerce delivery services.

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Push To End Tourist Quarantine As Shots Rolled Out

04 Mar, 2021

Thailand is eyeing plans for vaccine passports and quarantine waivers as the global Covid-19 inoculation drive gathers pace.

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People Flock To Famous Wang River Rafting Route In Chiang Mai As Summer Approaches

04 Mar, 2021

Hundreds of people flocked to Chiang Mai’s Mae Wang district to go rafting down the Wang River over the weekend now that Thailand’s cool season is finally over.

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Bangkok’s Ong Ang Canal Wakes Up As Restrictions Eased

04 Mar, 2021

Now that some restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19 have been lifted in Bangkok, many places are coming back to life. One such place is the art district alongside the Ong Ang canal, which is open again for kayaking and paddleboarding.

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Economic Titans Urge Passport Idea

04 Mar, 2021

Another focus is travel bubbles

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PM Takes Punt On Songkran

04 Mar, 2021

Bid to stimulate economy, tourism

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Songkran Festivities Allowed

03 Mar, 2021

The annual Songkran festival will be allowed to go ahead next month, to stimulate tourism and the economy, but celebrations must comply with disease control measures.

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Thai Airways Debt Revamp Plan Gets Support From Finmin

03 Mar, 2021

The Finance Ministry, the largest shareholder of Thai Airways International Plc, signalled its support for a restructuring plan.

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Cabinet Approves Bt6.3bn For Another 35m Vaccine Doses

03 Mar, 2021

The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a budget of Bt6.387 billion to procure another 35 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine, according to a government spokesperson.

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Samui-Phangan-Tao Offers Discounts To Tourists Until 30 April 2021

03 Mar, 2021

Surat Thani (including Ko Samui) is among the four Thai provinces of economic significance to receive the first delivery of COVID-19 vaccine

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10 Groups Of People Prohibited From Taking Sinovac Vaccine

03 Mar, 2021

Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) deputy governor Pol Lt-General Sophon Phisutthiwong said that Bangkok has received 66,000 doses of Sinovac vaccine allotted by the government and had started inoculating the target group since Monday.

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Prayut Orders Study Into Covid Passports

03 Mar, 2021

The government will look into the future use of Covid-19 passports, says Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha.

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Thai Airways Seeks To Raise B50bn

03 Mar, 2021

Funds needed under debt revamp plan

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Vaccine Passport Up For Discussion Next Week, Says DDC

02 Mar, 2021

The option of vaccine passports and the possibility of changing the mandatory quarantine period will be tabled at the March 8 meeting of the National Communicable Diseases Council.

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