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9 hrs ago | The Nation
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".
14 hrs ago | The Nation
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)
18 hrs ago | Skift
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.
THIS week's Monday and Tuesday brought in very strong winds and rain to the city and province and we saw trees downed along streets and highways.
There was plenty of food and activities for people to enjoy, including music, on the first day of 'Returning happiness to Thais' at Sanam Luang, organised by the National Council for Peace and Order yesterday.
Newport Beach fertility specialist Daniel Potter said he sees about 10 patients per month who come from the U.K. seeking a way to select their baby's sex, with 80 percent wanting girls.
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.
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.
Our unique son, brother, and uncle passed away after a brief battle with lung cancer.
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.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 03:41 pm
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