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Silom, Khao San, Yaowarat Roads To Become 'walking Streets'

28 Nov, 2019

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is planning to turn Silom, Yaowarat and Khao San roads into pedestrian-only zones on certain hours next month, as a part of its bid to boost tourist numbers and the local economy.

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Nakhon Sawan Becomes Hotspot With Attractions

28 Nov, 2019

Man-made and cultural attractions are the focus for Nakhon Sawan province to reach 5 billion baht in tourism revenue with 2 million visitors by 2021.

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Banyan Tree Sinks Roots In Krabi

27 Nov, 2019

KRABI, Thailand, 27 November 2019: Singapore-based Banyan Tree Holdings confirmed this week it would take on the management of a new resort in Krabi by April 2020.

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Phitsanulok Seeking To Rebrand Image

27 Nov, 2019

Phitsanulok wants to transcend its reputation as the gateway province of the North, offering new tourism products to extend tourists' length of stay.

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Online Short Cut To Beat VoA Visa Queues

25 Nov, 2019

BANGKOK, 25 November 2019: In a move to cut queues at Thailand’s gateway airports, during the upcoming peak season the Tourism Authority of Thailand is recommending visitors, who are eligible for a visa-on-arrival, to go online to obtain an e-visa.

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Thailand Set To Welcome 39 Million Tourists

25 Nov, 2019

BANGKOK, 25 November 2019: With just two months to the end of the year, Thailand is now set to score more than 39 million arrivals by the end of the year, based on the current performance for January to October.

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Swiss Dominate Laguna Phuket Triathlon

25 Nov, 2019

Stellar performances by Switzerland’s Ruedi Wild and Imogen Simmonds delivered them the glory at the 26th Laguna Phuket Triathlon on Sunday (November 24), Wild in the overall standings and Simmonds in the women’s field.

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River Kwai Bridge Festival Opens

25 Nov, 2019

The annual River Kwai Bridge Festival and the Red Cross Fair was opened on Saturday and will run until Dec 2.

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Flowered Up In Pha Taem

22 Nov, 2019

Pha Taem is Ubon Ratchathani's most famous national park. However, not as much known is the fact that the best time to visit this natural wonderland of the northeastern province is now.

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Sunflowers Boost Suphan Buri Tourism

22 Nov, 2019

Tourists are flocking to the field of blossoming sunflowers in Rai Wannakit Sampan, U Thong District, Suphan Buri, turning it into a new landmark of the province.

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Lake Of Red Lotus In Phayao Beckons Tourists

20 Nov, 2019

Red lotus has begun blooming beautifully on 100 rai of Ing Wang lake in Phayao. The lotus, which had failed to blossom for years due to drought, has now unexpectedly bloomed, lending Phayao a lively, picturesque look again.

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Thai Resort Prices Starting To Squeeze Europeans

18 Nov, 2019

A holiday in a popular beach resort in Thailand now costs as much or more than one in Greece, Italy, Spain, Turkey and Egypt, which is making it harder to attract Europeans to the country, according to a global travel website.

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Govt Unveils 'one-stop Shop' App

14 Nov, 2019

A new mobile phone application that was designed to be a one-stop shop for tourists planning to visit Thailand was unveiled on Wednesday.

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Budget Airlines Ask For Fuel Tax Cut

14 Nov, 2019

Five major budget airlines have requested that the Finance Ministry reduce the excise tax on jet fuel because carriers are floundering as tourism sags, costs surge and the baht strengthens.

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National Parks Are For Everyone

13 Nov, 2019

The year-end long holidays are just a couple of weeks away. Surely, when the much-awaited period arrives, tens of thousands of vacationers will be headed to many of the more than 150 national parks across the Kingdom.

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THAI Sell One Pass One Price

13 Nov, 2019

Thai Airways International is offering a One Pass One Price Value Card Package for four economy class fares to destinations in the Mekong region

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‘ICONSIAM Chao Phraya River Of Glory’ At The World-Icon Landmark

12 Nov, 2019

ICONSIAM hosts world-class entertainment and cultural shows, including Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse appearing for the first time ever in traditional Thai costume.

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Samui Elephant Sanctuary Wins Award

12 Nov, 2019

Samui Elephant Sanctuary (SES) is this year’s winner of the ‘Responsible Thailand’ award in the category of Animal Welfare for its work rescuing and rehabilitating elephants in Thailand.

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Chiang Mai Subdistrict To Release 8,600 Lanterns During Yi Peng Festival

11 Nov, 2019

The Choeng Doi subdistrict municipality in Chiang Mai province will continue to hold the Loy Krathong and Yi Peng lantern festival from November 10-12, as the area does not come under prohibited zones due to flight services, the top official for the area said.

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Sunny Blooms Draw Fans To Lopburi, Mae Hong Son

11 Nov, 2019

Tourists are drawn by the blossoming sunflowers in Lopburi's Chong Sarika sub-district, Amphur Phatthana Nikhom. The flowers are in full bloom until the beginning of next year.

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Run For The Hills

08 Nov, 2019

With Thailand's scorching heat almost all year round, there's never been a better time to take a break away from the hustle and bustle of the city and meander through verdant fields in 20+C weather. Looking for a place to soak in winter breeze? We've got you covered. From the leafy northern province of Chiang Rai to mountainous Loei, Guru has collected eight blooming flower gardens and exciting winter markets, which are open only for the next couple of months.

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Royal Cliff Hosts Seniors’ Tennis

07 Nov, 2019

An International Tennis Federation Grade A tournament for seniors returns to Pattaya, 16 to 22 November, at the Royal Cliff Hotels Group’s spacious resort on the headland just south of the coastal city.

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Wellness Welcome At Well Hotel

06 Nov, 2019

Well Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20 is promoting a two-night “Stay Being Well” package for two through to March 2020.

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Famous Cave Reopens To Tourists

06 Nov, 2019

Thailand’s Tham Luang cave that shot to fame in 2018 when 12 young footballers and their coach were trapped inside for 18 days prompting an international rescue mission reopened to tourists 1 November.

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Year-end Deals On Travel To Samui

04 Nov, 2019

Bangkok Airways launched its ‘Samui Year-End Sale’ promotion, 1 November, offering discounted fares on its domestic and international routes to and from Samui.

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Tourists Flock To Tham Luang Cave On Opening Day

01 Nov, 2019

Tourists thronged Tham Luang to enter the cave complex in Chiang Rai as it opened for visitors to go inside on the first time on Friday.

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Centara Refreshes Expansion Plan

01 Nov, 2019

Centara Hotels & Resorts heads for the World Travel Market (WTM) in London with an impressive report on expansion to pass on to its business partners.

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Khao Yai National Park Warns Tourists Not To Spook Wild Elephants

31 Oct, 2019

Staff of Khao Yai National Park, which spans Nakhon Ratchasima, Prachin Buri, Saraburi and Nakhon Nayok provinces, have posted a list of do’s and don’ts on the park’s official facebook page and warned tourists who visit the Park during the winter season to beware of wild elephants, which are often seen walking across and along the roads.

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A Walk Through History

31 Oct, 2019

For lovers of Old World Bangkok and architecture, the northern part of Klong San district is well worth exploring

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Soak Up Halloween Fun At Royal Cliff

29 Oct, 2019

Royal Cliff Pattaya is hosting a family-friendly Halloween party of the year.

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