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This Phuket Resort Is Rolling Out The Deal Machine For Its First Birthday

23 Sep, 2021

It’s party time at Four Points by Sheraton Phuket. The first-ever Four Points resort in Thailand is celebrating its inaugural birthday this month and wants you to come along for the ride.

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Samui Plus Witnesses Over 11K Room Nights Booked Until December

23 Sep, 2021

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has announced since the launch of the Samui Plus programme to fully vaccinated international travellers with no need to quarantine on 15 July, 2021, the number of arrivals to Samui through to 20 September totalled 786, resulting in 9,823 room nights and THB 58.90 million in revenue.

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Phuket Hospitality Legend Claude Sauter To Lead Art-inspired Beachfront Resort The Slate

23 Sep, 2021

The Slate, the whimsical, art-inspired beachfront resort on Phuket’s secluded northwest coast, has announced the appointment of Claude Sauter as its new general manager, bringing an unrivalled depth of local knowledge, industry acumen and leadership experience to this key role.

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Parts Of Ayutthaya Should Brace For Heavy Flooding From Next Week

23 Sep, 2021

People living downstream of the Chao Phraya dam, in Pak Hai and Sena districts of the central province of Ayutthaya, have been warned to brace for heavy flooding from September 29th to October 2nd, due to water runoff from the Chao Phraya River.

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When Pattaya Opens To Foreign Tourists, City Plans To Focus On Indians And Russian Visitors First

23 Sep, 2021

The Pattaya Business and Tourism Association (PBTA) plans to focus on Indian and Russian tourists first when the city is open to vaccinated foreign tourists.

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Hua Hin Oct 15 Reopening On Schedule

23 Sep, 2021

Hua Hin's soft opening for vaccinated tourists is scheduled for Oct 15, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand.

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Bangkok Could Open By Nov 1, Says CCSA

23 Sep, 2021

Bangkok could be back on the tourist map and reopen by Nov 1 if double-dose mass vaccinations cover at least 70% of the capital's population before this month ends

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13,256 New Covid Cases, 131 More Deaths

23 Sep, 2021

Thailand logged 13,256 new Covid-19 cases and 131 more fatalities during the previous 24 hours

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Anutin Sets Mass Vaccination Targets

23 Sep, 2021

All groups to be jabbed by year-end

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Sigh Of Relief For Thailand Covid Visa Extenders

22 Sep, 2021

Visitors to Thailand can breathe a sigh of relief as the final date of applications for the 60 days special Covid visa extension is now November 26.

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Govt Delays Plan To Re-open Cities To Tourists Until Nov

22 Sep, 2021

The government has pushed back plans to re-open Bangkok and some other major cities to foreign arrivals until November

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Thailand Ranks Second In ASEAN For Most COVID-19 Jabs, Sixth For Two-dose Percentage

22 Sep, 2021

Thailand is ranked second to Indonesia among ASEAN member countries for the number of COVID-19 inoculations, with a total of 44,742,049 doses administered by September 20th, but ranks fifth for the percentage of population receiving first doses, and sixth for the percentage of people receiving two doses.

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Bangkok Schools May Reopen In November, 1,500 Students Given Pfizer On Tuesday

22 Sep, 2021

Bangkok’s schools may reopen in November, pending the speed of the vaccination rollout in schools, said Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang today (Tuesday)

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Pattaya Optimistic Of Recovery As Koh Larn Island Gets 10,000 Weekend Visitors

22 Sep, 2021

Reports indicate as many as 10,000 people visited Koh Larn this past weekend, offering hope for resurgent domestic tourism.

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Thailand’s Motorway Toll Booths To Become Barrier-less

22 Sep, 2021

The government’s Land Transport Commission has approved a plan to implement a barrier-less free flow toll system for motorways, piloting first at four toll plazas in October.

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Pattaya Plans Oct. 22-23 Music Festival, Pending CCSA Approval

22 Sep, 2021

Pattaya plans to go ahead with the Music Festival Oct. 22-23, providing they receive CCSA approval.

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Pattaya 'on Track' To Reopen Oct 1

22 Sep, 2021

Alcazar theatre will still be shuttered

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Reopenings Face Even More Delays

22 Sep, 2021

Vaccination rates put October plans at risk

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11,252 New Covid Cases, 141 More Deaths

22 Sep, 2021

Thailand logged 11,252 new Covid-19 cases and 141 more fatalities during the previous 24 hours

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Thailand’s 60 Days Covid Immigration Extensions Now In Doubt

21 Sep, 2021

The 18 months’ extra time for tourists could be running out.

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New Kanchanaburi Road To Link National Parks, Boost Tourism

21 Sep, 2021

The Department of Rural Roads is speeding up construction of a 99-million-baht road and bridge over the Kwai Noi River, in a bid to boost tourism in Kanchanaburi.

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THAI Sells More Planes

21 Sep, 2021

Cash-strapped Thai Airways International (THAI) is putting three aircraft along with a flight simulator up for sale

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Reopening Of Capital 'must Be Safe'

21 Sep, 2021

Welcoming tourists back to Bangkok hinges on three factors, including that 70% of its population are fully vaccinated, which could push the reopening near mid-November, according to the City Hall.

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Alcazar Theatre Not Ready For Reopening

21 Sep, 2021

Although Pattaya is gearing up for reopening to tourists, tentatively set for next month, the famed Alcazar Cabaret Show theatre is not yet ready for it.

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10,919 New Covid Cases, 143 More Deaths

21 Sep, 2021

Thailand logged 10,919 new Covid-19 cases and 143 more fatalities during the previous 24 hours

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Thailand Logs 12,709 New Cases, 106 Deaths

20 Sep, 2021

Thailand’s daily numbers over the past 24 hours on Monday fell slightly to 12,709 new cases and 106 deaths. Of the new cases, 858 were in prisons.

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Phetchaburi Awaits CCSA Nod To Relax Covid Restrictions

20 Sep, 2021

The province of Phetchaburi is awaiting approval to lift Covid-19 preventive measures and reopen the popular Cha-am beach to tourists until 11pm. The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is expected to make the decision on Monday, the provincial deputy governor said.

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Mass Testing Campaign Kicks Off In Phuket

20 Sep, 2021

Team assembled to search for infected

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Three World Heritage Sites Expected To Generate Bt30 Billion Tourism Income

19 Sep, 2021

A five-year plan beginning in 2023 to develop three world heritage sites in Sukhothai and Kamphaeng Phet provinces for sustainable tourism is expected to generate up to Bt30 billion in tourism income within 2027.

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Thailand Cannot Finalize Bangkok’s Reopening Date

19 Sep, 2021

Dr Apisamai said plans for certain provinces including Bangkok to reopen to international tourists in October, are yet to receive final approval from the CCSA.

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