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11 hrs ago | Hospitality Net
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16 hrs ago | The Nation
The Thai Shopping Centres Association has proposed that the ruling junta gradually cut the import duty charged on luxury fashion brands by 5-10 percentage points annually, with the goal of becoming a duty-free country for such items within five years.
20 hrs ago | SanLuisObispo.com
IN this April 5, 2013 file photo, officials from the State Railway of Thailand wait for orders outside a train which was derailed before entering Bangkok station in Bangkok, Thailand.
Bangkok is back as the airline favourite ahead of the Puja holiday season, with at least two new flights from Calcutta lined up to fill the void left by a series of withdrawals earlier this year.
A high dose of comfort, loads of equipment, fine power delivery, oodles of space and exceptional off-roading capability make Nissan's latest pickup a class leader Pickup trucks are known for their toughness and ability in hauling around heavy loads, but Japanese automaker Nissan has just given the vehicle new meaning.
Thai AirAsia Co has lowered its passenger projection for this year from 13.2 million to 12.6 million because of the political crisis that has hit inbound travel during the past two months.
When the Internet fails with a break in a cable and cars swerve around potholes, the remark is, "Well, this is Thailand, a developing country".
The international appeal of the Thai hospitality brand is opening opportunities for domestic chains to duplicate their success worldwide as space shrinks at home Thailand is well placed to evolve into Asia's hospitality centre, thanks to the rapid overseas expansion of its hotel chains over the past 20 years and a major shift in international ... (more)
Thailand's hotel industry is not expected to recover by the start of the high season in October if martial law remains in effect, says the Thai Hotels Association .
The private sector plans to ask the junta to lift martial law in key destinations in order to lure international tourists back to the Kingdom.
Thai AirAsia has scrapped a plan to diversify into commuter services that offer short-distance and interprovincial routes using turboprop aircraft.
Exclusivity and privacy is still available for a family holiday in the sun, even at bustling Phuket, finds Leanne Chamberlin.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 03:16 pm
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