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Reaching out to provinces affected by drought
The Caretaker Prime Minister of Thailand and her ministers arrived in Khon Kaen province on Wednesday morning.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Thailands island gems voted among the worlds best.
Some of Thailand's most pristine islands have once again been acclaimed by international visitors who recently voted them among the world's best.
Pattaya sees drop in 2014 tourists to 7m
The number of tourists, both local and foreign, visiting Pattaya is now projected to drop to 7.5 million this year from 9 million last year because of the prolonged political turmoil.
Cut in policy rate expected
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.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Teerat gripes at service on THAI flights
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.
The Financial Mirror
Etihad to launch daily service to Phuket
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.
Europe's biggest brothel, Pascha in Cologne.
When Germany legalised prostitution it imagined a utopia where women could ply their trade safely with proper pensions and other benefits.
Phuket tour boat owners fight illegal boat operators with new club
PHUKET: Island tour boat operators met in Phuket on Friday to discuss forming a club to help combat what they say is customer-poaching by illegally operated, foreign-owned companies.
The Straits Times
South China Sea and Gulf of Thailand: 5 things you need to know about the area
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing on March 8, 2014 while flying over an area where the Gulf of Thailand meets the South China Sea.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Where's the emergency?
The government decided on Jan 21 to invoke a state of emergency in parts of Bangkok.
Top of the pops
Garrett Popcorn has long been on the shopping lists of many Thais who travel to Singapore and Hong Kong.
Mick Dennison column
It's the end of week two of our Thailand holiday. Lynn and me are packed up ready to go with just one night left to sample a final bit of Bangkok - what a great adventure it has been.
Missing: Australian man Nathan Hansford, a long-time expatriate resident of Thailand.
Mr Hansford, 36, from Canberra has lived in Bangkok for 10 years and had worked in countries including Cambodia, East Timor and Iraq.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Bangkok tourist court opens, 15 more to...
A new Bangkok court which will specifically handle disputes involving tourists opened on Friday, hoping to emulate the success of similar courts in Pattaya and Phuket.
Thailand News from Hasekamp Net
UK visitor numbers to Thailand rose at the start of the year despite plunging numbers from some other markets in the face of anti-government protests in Bangkok.
Russian drug suspect caught in Samui
Yuri Zemanov was captured at a house on the popular tourist island on Friday, said Pol Maj Gen Apichart Suribunya, chief of Interpol Thailand.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Enjoy an 8-day cruise on the Mekong Explorer
The best way to see the sights of Lao and Thailand along the Mekong River from Vientiane to Ubon Ratchathani is on the Mekong Explorer cruise.
Situation Updated: Thailand political developments March 6, 2014.
The ongoing anti-government demonstrations in Bangkok remain peaceful and are taking place inside the Lumpini Park on Rama IV Road, the Government Complex on Chaeng Wattana Road, Ratchadamnoen Avenue and Phitsanulok Road .
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Chinese investors up demand in Chiang Mai
Demand for both condominiums and detached housing in Chiang Mai is strong, especially from investors from China, many of whom snapped up residences after visiting the northern province following the popularity of the Chinese-language movie "Lost in Thailand", which was released two years ago.
Bangkok Airways Outsources Critical Financial Processes To Accelya
Accelya , the leading provider of financial and business intelligence solutions to the Airline industry, today announced that it will manage critical financial processes for Bangkok Airways, Asia's boutique airline .