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19 min ago | Bangkok Post
Political demonstrations in Bangkok have reached their fifth month and look set to continue, as do the incidents of violence that have occurred at protest sites and during marches.
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19 min ago | BellaOnline
Luang Prabang is a tiny town located in the north of Laos, enclosed by mountainous area at 700 meters above sea level and at the meeting of Mekong and Nam Khan rivers.
1 hr ago | Pattaya Mail
Airports of Thailand is considering building a monorail to Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok as part of its fourth phrase development plan to cope with its increasing passenger flow.
5 hrs ago | The Nation
With consumer purchasing power having fallen, shopping centres in Bangkok and elsewhere around the country have been launching special discount campaigns in a bid to boost spending.
Thinking of the first to do in a foreign city on your first day? You may try being adventurous, coming what may and doing whatever.
There's a certain contingent of food people who see new foods as a challenge, as a frontier that must be conquered.
A Boeing 777, one of the world's most reliable types of airliners, is missing, and no one knows why.
A U.S. Navy SH-60R Seahawk helicopter takes off from the destroyer USS Pinckney in the Gulf of Thailand, to assist in the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 on March 9. Photo by U.S. Navy/Handout via Reuters Nikolai Brodskii, 43, of the Siberian city of Irkutsk, appears on the missing plane's passenger manifest.
Four major TV shopping operators are in talks to form an association to raise business standards in an aim to boost consumer confidence in Thailand.
The co-pilot of the Malaysian air carrier that mysteriously disappeared over the weekend appears to have been lax with security during a previous flight, according to an Australian TV newsmagazine report.
The management of Thai Airways International is investigating alleged maltreatment after a complaint by caretaker government spokesman Teerat Ratanasevi on his recent trips aboard THAI flights between Thailand and Japan.
Hotel investment in Asia reached US$7.5 billion at the end of 2013, up 218% on 2012, but 2014 is likely to see fewer sales and purchases due to limited supply, according to an international consulting firm.
When Germany legalised prostitution it imagined a utopia where women could ply their trade safely with proper pensions and other benefits.
Etihad Airways will expand its network in South East Asia with the launch of a non-stop daily service between Abu Dhabi and Phuket in October.
A mother and father in north Texas confirmed that their son was among those on the Malaysia Airlines flight that vanished early Saturday, two hours into a scheduled six-hour flight.
Chinese families whose relatives were on a missing jet hope to travel to Kuala Lumpur to get more information about what happened.