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  1. Borwornsak explains need for 20th constitutionRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | The Nation

    CHARTER drafter president Borwornsak Uwanno has told foreign diplomats that the country needed to draft its 20th constitution because politicians took advantage of the 1997 Constitution's emphasis on stable government and strong political parties to forge authoritarian regimes. Borwornsak was speaking at the 4th KPI International Club Activity event held under the topic "The Path to New Constitution of Thailand" on Thursday night at the Nai Lert Park Hotel.

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  2. Thai airlines face scrutiny over safety, bans on new flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Daily Journal

    Thailand is facing bans on new international flights and increased inspections after the International Civil Aviation Organization flagged significant concerns about the country's aviation safety, officials said Friday. The ICAO's designation of Thailand as a "significant safety concern" has not been announced publicly by the U.N. agency but governments were informed last week.

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  3. Time-lapse video reveals how original Disneyland was built 60 years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    A photo tour of the golden age of cruising: Pictures from the Cunard archive reveal the VERY glamorous world of ocean liners as company celebrates its 175th anniversary The face of 30: From an African mother-of-five to the New Yorker who fears failure, photographs explore people's lives across the world as they reach milestone birthday What REALLY went down on the real life Hangover: Photos from epic Thailand trip which began as just a quiet beer in a Middlesbrough pub Algarve, Tenerife and Cyprus named best bargain spots for Britons planning last-minute Easter getaways... with Italy and France offering more expensive breaks From William Shakespeare's 'cursed' tomb to Henry VIII's underground vault: The most visited grave sites in Britain revealed 'We've got bad neighbours but Jordan is safe': Queen Rania says tourists should still travel to her country despite ISIS threat Hitler ... (more)

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  4. U.N. Agency Says Thailand's Aviation Industry Is a 'Significant Safety Concern'Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Skift

    If someone can find us a positive story about Thailand tourism we'll give them $20. Heck, make it $50, since we know we won't have to pay up any time soon.

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  5. How to use social media to bag a luxury holiday or a free hotel stayRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    A photo tour of the golden age of cruising: Pictures from the Cunard archive reveal the VERY glamorous world of ocean liners as company celebrates its 175th anniversary The face of 30: From an African mother-of-five to the New Yorker who fears failure, photographs explore people's lives across the world as they reach milestone birthday What REALLY went down on the real life Hangover: Photos from epic Thailand trip which began as just a quiet beer in a Middlesbrough pub Algarve, Tenerife and Cyprus named best bargain spots for Britons planning last-minute Easter getaways... with Italy and France offering more expensive breaks From William Shakespeare's 'cursed' tomb to Henry VIII's underground vault: The most visited grave sites in Britain revealed 'We've got bad neighbours but Jordan is safe': Queen Rania says tourists should still travel to her country despite ISIS threat Hitler ... (more)

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  6. Eleven-hour round trip for SpitfiresRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    In the time it will take Eastleigh to make the longest away trip in their history tomorrow, they could take a flight to South East Asia. The 648-mile round journey from the Silverlake Stadium to The International Stadium in the northeast takes just as long as a flight direct from London to Bangkok in Thailand.

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  7. Thais smile through gritted teeth for China's touristsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Reuters

    Drying underwear at a temple and defecating in public, kicking a bell at a sacred shrine and washing feet in a public restroom: that's a sample from a litany of complaints about the behavior of Chinese tourists in Thailand. Public outrage forced the Thai government to issue thousands of Chinese-language etiquette manuals last month in an effort to ensure sightseers behave themselves.

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  8. Koh Samui Villas that Offer Short and Long Term Rentals is Focus of New Site, YourKohSamuiVillas.comRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | PRWeb

    For people who wish to vacation on the beautiful island of Koh Samui, Thailand, the new website will help them find the perfect accommodations We're local - we've done all of the research so you can simply enjoy your time on the beautiful island of Samui. The founders of Your Koh Samui Villas, a new company that focuses on offering rental information for villas in the beautiful island of Koh Samui, Thailand, has just launched a new website, http://yourkohsamuivillas.com .

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  9. Dawei's local costRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    A motorbike passes near the road sign of the Dawei Deep Sea Project Plan in Tanintharyi division of Myanmar in January 2012. The new deep-sea port at the heart of a massive construction project could revitalise trade in Southeast Asia, but at a high cost to locals.

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  10. Ten of the best places to travel soloRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Travelling with friends or family is grand, but sometimes it's nice to do a spot of intrepid exploring on your own. 1Cover Travel Insurance spokesperson Kelly Herbert says the market for solo travellers is expanding, with both singles and those in relationships increasingly choosing to go it alone.

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  11. 2015 Toyota Camry launching next week, you're invitedRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Paul Tan's Automotive News

    The 2015 Toyota Camry will be launched next week, and you're invited! UMW Toyota Motor has posted up the invite on its Facebook page, inviting the public to RSVP for limited slots in the "Camry Preview Night", which will happen on April 2 at the Sunway Convention Centre. If you're interested, better hurry because there are only 50 seats for the public to be given out on a first come first serve basis.

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  12. Are slaves catching the fish you eat?Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    LOOKING for a new home and wondering what suburbs are realistic? Our interactive map will show you how much you need to earn to afford the location of choice. FOR the first time in a long time, two leaders have made it through a campaign without saying anything too stupid.

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  13. Tour group numbers pick upRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Standard

    Tour group numbers from the mainland have rebounded despite rallies against parallel traders over the past two months, though they remain 20 percent down from last year. The Immigration Department said around 6.45 million people are expected to go through Hong Kong's sea, land and air border checkpoints during the April 2-7 holiday, which includes the Ching Ming Festival.

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  14. Tourists from China again criticised for bad behaviourRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    Drying underwear at a temple and defecating in public, kicking a bell at a sacred shrine and washing feet in a public restroom: that's a sample from of complaints about the behaviour of tourists from China in Thailand. Public outrage forced the Thai government to issue thousands of Chinese-language etiquette manuals last month in an effort to ensure the sightseers behave.

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  15. A day in PhotosRead the original story

    Yesterday | Bangkok Post

    Motorcyclists ride through a flooded road in Bangkok on Wednesday night. Tropical rainstorms pummelled Bangkok and neighbouring provinces on Tuesday and Wednesday, flooding roads and pavements and causing major traffic congestion.- Pattarapong Chatpattarasill Gen Prem Tinsulanonda, the Privy Council president and statesman, signs a condolence book for former Singapore's prime minister Lee Kuan Yew at the Singapore embassy in Bangkok.

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  16. Singaporeans must never forget Lee Kuan Yew: Ex-Thai PM PremRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Channelnewsasia.com

    "He was one of my very good friends while we worked together. We were both Prime Minister at the same time.

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  17. On the fridgeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Pacific Daily News

    A conference for parents of children ages birth to 8 will be held from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 18 at the Pacific Star Resort & Spa.

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  18. 2015 Bangkok International Motor Show previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangkok Post

    The Mirai isn't going on sale in Thailand yet, but Toyota still wants to show off its fuel-cell-powered car. About the size of a Camry midsize saloon, Toyota's dedicated hydrogen-powered car is propelled by a 152hp electric motor that can travel as far as 700km, and can be refuelled in under five minutes.

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  19. From R- to G-ratedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangkok Post

    Life speaks with Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome about his ambitious goal to change the image of 'Sin City' from a seedy nightlife hotspot to a family and sports destination We have volunteers who can speak the Chinese language at police stations and some information centres, as well as at our call centre service. We hold meetings with tour agents to inform them to advise their Chinese customers about Thai culture, cleanliness and environmental issues.

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  20. Graffiti vandals attack Oriental ExpressRead the original story

    Wednesday | Bangkok Post

    The Singapore-owned train stopped at Kanchanaburi station on Monday night and the graffiti - which read "TGBM" and "TGBM 2015" - was discovered on the exterior of one of its 22 carriages at 3am Tuesday when security guards were patrolling the station. Officials said they did not know what the initials meant.

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