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Police women gathe during an anti-government rally at the National Police headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, Dec 4, 2013.
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Popular resort destinations near Bangkok will be bustling from Dec 5-10 thanks to the positive atmosphere from easing political tensions.
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Thousands of Thai people have arrived in the seaside town of Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan to get the opportunity to catch the glimpse of His Majesty the King on his 86th birthday on Dec 5. The Royal Household Bureau announced that a royal audience will be granted at Rajpracha Samakhom Pavilion in Klai Kangwon Palace at 10.30am on a live ... (more)
An anti-government protester removes barbed wires outside the Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
THE STATE RAILWAY of Thailand will provide additional free train rides catering to up to 760 people per day from Bangkok to Prachuap Khiri Khan's Hua Hin district, so people can visit the Klai Kangwon Palace to offer their best wishes to His Majesty on the occasion of his birthday.
Preecha Siri might live in a rural village, but that hasn't stopped him from making his mark in forest preservation _ and the UN has taken notice Ban Huay Hin Lahd Nai in Chiang Rai province is one of about 8,800 forest community villages in the country recognised by Royal Forestry of Thailand and permitted to stay in state forest land.
An anti-government protester hugs a Thai policewomen outside city police headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
An anti-government protester raises his fist after entering the compound of Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, on Tuesday, December 3. Police removed barricades and allowed demonstrators to enter the government compound as well as the metropolitan police office as part of a truce between protesters and the Thai government for the next few days.
Anti-government protesters get ready for a protest outside government offices which are barricaded by police forces, in Bangkok, Thailand Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand said the four major markets of Asean, South Asia, Oceania, and Africa are showing negative signs for bookings this month and next month.
The trip bears the theme, "Pay Homage to Northeastern Temples; Be United with AEC."
Deputy Prime Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul has taken over efforts to end anti-government protests and is asking the international community to help stop the unconstitutional "people's revolt".
Launched more than a decade ago, the Thailand Cyber-University Project has continued to expand over the years, albeit rather slowly.
Australian traveller Shane Pearce with his son, Finn, in Khao San road, Bangkok, a popular location for tourists.