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Thailand still has much to do to get travelers back to Bangkok or reassure business and meetings travelers that visiting a police state is a good idea.
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YTL Hotels has announced the launch of the KASARA brand, a collection of unique and luxurious hotels, resorts and residences in exotic locations in Asia and beyond, including Hokkaido, Japan; Koh Samui, Thailand and Pulau Tiga in Borneo.
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 construction of a new deep-sea port in Trat's Khlong Yai district is expected to be completed on schedule by next July in time to cash in on economic expansion from the opening of Asean Economic Community in late 2015.
If you happen to be visiting Botataung Pagoda one day and suddenly notice a lot of Thai being spoken around you, don't be surprised.
Laong Boonprasert, right, owns Thai House in downtown Fairbanks. She speaks with one of her staff, Joy Gryska.
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.
Around 27.9 million people in Indonesia are expected to travel home to villages to celebrate the Islamic post fasting celebration of Eid Fitri, up seven per cent from last year, Indonesia's Antara news agency reported police as saying.
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.
Lloyd Sommerlad's working life ranged from country newspapers in NSW to an international career with UNESCO.
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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.
Dutch researcher Joep Lange, pictured at an AIDS conference in 2003, died aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. Friends and colleagues of Joep Lange, who died Thursday on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, remembered the prominent researcher as a straight-talking and well-liked figure in the field, who managed to combine a love for scientific rigor with a ... (more)
Independent publisher JF Publishing today announced the scheduling of a series of book signings and author lectures to launch a new book series on the.... LONDON, UK, July 19, 2014 / EINPresswire.com / -- Independent publisher JF Publishing today announced the scheduling of a series of book signings and author lectures to launch a new book series ... (more)
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