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In 2007, an analyst described Bina Puri as an "unpolished gem" after a visit to the Malaysian contractor, which at the time was doing mainly small jobs and sub-contracting for civil as well as building projects.
UK Ambassador to Thailand Mark Kent said Sunday night that he will travel to Kanchanaburi Monday when foreign diplomats have been invited to observe security measures at Government House.
Learning > Learning From News Expected to boost trade with China, the 4th Thai-Lao friendship bridge in Chiang Rai, opens next week.
Air China Limited, or Air China for short, will introduce its Wuhan-Chiang Mai service on December 10. The twice-weekly flight CA705/6 will operate on Tuesday and Friday.
The city of Bangkok boasts hundreds of excellent restaurants that specialise in cuisine from all over the world.
BANGKOK, 3 December 2013 Throngs of Thais and foreigners are visiting a cultural fair in honor of His Majesty the King which is taking place until December 8 at Siam Paragon Shopping Center in downtown Bangkok.
German consul general Rainer Schmiedchen is flanked by Til Fischer and Lucas Drescher in Calcutta.
Popular resort destinations near Bangkok will be bustling from Dec 5-10 thanks to the positive atmosphere from easing political tensions.
A GROWING NUMBER of Japanese companies might re-examine their investment strategies in Thailand because of the negative impact of anti-government rallies in Bangkok, according to Japanese newspaper Yomiuri.
Maria Karra first started to make an impact with her charity work in Southeast Asia.
From Minggu Simon Lhasa and Piyarat Nisangkard BANGKOK, Dec 4 -- The Thai economy remains on track to register growth this year despite the lost economic opportunities caused by the prolonged protests by the anti-government groups.
His Majesty the King gives Barack Obama an audience at Siriraj Hospital on Nov 18, 2013 during the US President's three-country visit to Southeast Asia.
PETALING JAYA: It is still safe to travel to Bangkok despite the recent massive political unrest taking place in the capital of Thailand, says the Tourism Authority of Thailand in Malaysia.
New Delhi, Dec 3 : India Tuesday said it was following the developments in Thailand and was in constant contact with its embassy in Bangkok in the wake of widespread anti-government protests in the Southeast Asian country.