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6 hrs ago | Asian Correspondent
Thailand's immigration crackdown continued today with authorities confirming that tough new rules on foreigners overstaying their visa or entry permit have now been put in place.
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12 hrs ago | The Nation
The National Council for Peace and Order is taking another major step towards national reconciliation efforts with a series of events at Sanam Luang, beginning today until Sunday.
16 hrs ago | Kitsap Sun
Our unique son, brother, and uncle passed away after a brief battle with lung cancer.
20 hrs ago | Derry Today
Matthew Boyle's cousin Brian Melarkey spoke to the Journal and issued information which he hopes will help in the search for the 37-year-old.
22 hrs ago | Pattaya Mail
The Ministry of Transport on Friday urged state enterprises under its oversight to work more quickly and transparently, and to be able to explain the actions that it take to the public.
Call it a Thai-style romance: Travellers come, fall in love with the land, and decide to stay for as long as they can.
Latin America is a promising new market for Thai tourism, and some tour agents have begun promoting the Land of Smiles in the region.
A senior at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Ga., Zanoni joined four other students and two missionaries, who served in the South American country of Suriname, to travel to Thailand through the Wycliffe Foundation for 20 days in May to learn about and observe the process of Bible translation.
Since the days of the Vietnam War, Bangkok, with its louche hotspots like Soi Cowboy and Patpong, has been a haven for lonely ex-GI's, drunks and others looking for love in all the wrong places, as the song goes.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has sought to play down fears that its plans to repatriate of tens of thousands of refugees to Myanmar is being rushed.
Rascal monkeys causing havoc in 183 communities in 47 provinces, raiding homes and businesses, as urban sprawl encroaches on their natural habitat.
After watching "The Bridge On the River Kwai," the award-winning film, as a child, I always wanted to visit the place where the Death Railway begins in Burma.
Lampang and Chiang Mai have been hit by minor flooding, as the weather bureau maintained on Monday its forecast of isolated heavy raining in most parts of Thailand.
The days of 'border runs' in Thailand are coming to a swift end. Immigration is putting a stop to these brief overland trips in and out of neighboring countries, popular among long-stay travelers and tourists who want to extend their time in the country.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:43 pm
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