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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.
SUCHART Liengsaengthong, the Thai consul-general in Kunming, urges Thai corporations to invest in the southern Chinese hub, as the Beijing government bills Yunnan province as the gateway to Asean.
It goes something like this: "It's been ruined" or "it's not what it used to be".
Learning > Learning From News Expected to boost trade with China, the 4th Thai-Lao friendship bridge in Chiang Rai, opens next week.
The continuing anti-government protests, led by protest leader Suthep Thugsuban, are hurting the tourism related industries, Tourism and Sports Minister Somsak Phurisisak said on Saturday.
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Cambria's coastal setting brings artists and photographers to capture its beauty.
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Looking to help out a stranger fulfill a dream? On Go Fund Me , read about young Camille of the Bethesda area, who is hoping to travel to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand next spring.
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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.
Now that the current political demonstrations have cooled off as the country comes together to mark His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's Birthday on 5 December, all of Thailand's festive and New Year events will be taking place as usual and travellers from all over the world are expected to come and join the fun.