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Thi Lo Su Waterfall Closed For Rainy Season

24 Jun, 2023

Two-month closure of Tak attraction will allow for rejuvenation of natural resources

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CHINESE TOURISTS FACE CHARGES FOR TAKING PHOTOS WITH STARFISH

24 Jun, 2023

Marine protection officials on Friday filed a police complaint against Chinese tourists for taking photos with rare sea creatures in the sea off Koh Racha.

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Tourism Firms Cash In On Travel Boom

23 Jun, 2023

Tourism-related businesses continued to thrive during the first five months of this year, especially foreign currency exchanges, travel agencies, tour guides, restaurants, and hotel, resort and condo companies.

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Hua Lamphong Station Ready As New Hub For Events And Commuting

22 Jun, 2023

Hua Lamphong, with its Italian Neo-Renaissance-style architecture, has been a cultural landmark in Bangkok since its opening in 1916, deeply intertwined with the country’s rail history.

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Pattaya Walking Street Overrun With Bothersome Immigrant Flower Sellers

22 Jun, 2023

Residents of the South Pattaya area, particularly Walking Street, have expressed their concerns regarding a group of immigrant women, who are causing disruption and annoyance to foreign tourists.

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City Gears Up For Spectacular Pattaya Beach Games

20 Jun, 2023

Preparations are underway for the highly anticipated Pattaya Beach Games. The eagerly awaited event is scheduled to take place from June 30 to July 9 at the Pattaya Beach

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Thais Are The Largest Group Of Tourists Entering Cambodia Right Now

18 Jun, 2023

Figures produced by the Cambodian tourist authority reveal that Thais remain the biggest tourist market in the Khmer kingdom.

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Pattaya Walking Street Cables Go Underground, Old Rotten Cables Removed

13 Jun, 2023

Deputy Mayor Manot Nongyai, accompanied by officials from the Provincial Electricity Authority and the National Telecommunications Company, visited Walking Street in South Pattaya to oversee the dismantling of unused communication cables on June 12.

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MRT Yellow Line Free Ride Extends To 22 Stations From Today

13 Jun, 2023

Commuters of the MRT Yellow Line can enjoy a free ride between Samrong and Phawana stations with effect from Monday (June 12)

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Thapanee Named TAT Governor

01 Jun, 2023

Thapanee Kiatphaibool confirmed on Facebook last week her latest success in a long and rewarding career at the Tourism Authority of Thailand; her appointment as the next TAT governor.

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Bangkok Airways Files For Mae Hong Son Flights

01 Jun, 2023

Bangkok Airways has filed a permit to fly to Mae Hong Son from Lampang, a city just 100 km south of Chiang Mai in North Thailand.

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Amazing Film Festival Experience Coming To Pattaya June 2-4

31 May, 2023

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Department of Tourism in collaboration with the National Federation of Thai Film Associations are organising the “Amazing Film Festival Experience” event from 2-4 June, 2023, at Wisdom Valley, at Khao Mai Kaew, a shorth distance from north Pattaya.

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MFP's Pita Prepares For Power

31 May, 2023

The eight-party alliance led by the Move Forward Party (MFP) has formed a committee to prepare for a transition of power.

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B300 Tourism Fee Remains In Limbo

24 May, 2023

Matter in the hands of new government

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Election Commission Says MFP Won Sunday's Election

15 May, 2023

The Election Commission concluded its vote counting on Monday morning and announced the Move Forward Party’s victory in the May 14 general election.

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Thai General Election Results Are Full Of Surprises

15 May, 2023

The Move Forward Party led by Pita Limjaroenrat appears to have won the most seats in yesterday’s general elections. Thai politicians will now enter a period of intense lobbying and speculation as to who will be able to form a coalition government to run the country.

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Move Forward Party Declares Surprise Poll Victory Over Pheu Thai

15 May, 2023

Move Forward party leader Pita Limjaroenrat declared a surprise election victory, beating the Pheu Thai party based on 95% of the vote counted by 1.45am on Monday.

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Chinese Outpace Russian Arrivals To Phuket

04 May, 2023

The number of Chinese arrivals over the past week surpassed the number of Russian arrivals by more than 4,000, according to the latest report released by Phuket Immigration.

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Similan Island Temporary Closure For Natural Environment Restoration On May 16 – Oct 15

04 May, 2023

Similan Island, located in Phang Nga Province, is a popular tourist destination known for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters and spectacular coral reefs.

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Chinese Tour Groups Face More Visa Hassles

28 Apr, 2023

Speculation about Chinese zero-sum tourism has intensified after Thai consular officials abroad added extra layers of bureaucracy.

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Very, Very Few Expats Will Escape The New Thai Tourism Tax

27 Apr, 2023

The latest notice from the Thai tourism ministry lists the exceptions to the rule that all foreigners must pay on arrival 300 baht at airports and 150 baht by land or sea.

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New Magic Theatre Show Unveiled On Samui

21 Apr, 2023

A new world-class magic show has been unveiled on the holiday island of Samui.

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Officials Noted That Tourists Only Have Less Than A Month Left To Visit Similan, As The Island Will Be Closed From May 16 To October 15 For The Monsoon.

21 Apr, 2023

People fully enjoyed the week-long of cooling off from the high temperature that also ended the three-year long of waiting on the final day of Songkran or Pattaya Wan Lai Day April 19.

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Similan Island In South Thailand To Temporarily Close For Monsoon Season

21 Apr, 2023

Similan Island features unique rock formations, including a sail-shaped rock, a boot-shaped rock and one resembling the head of Donald Duck and visitors can also enjoy various activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving and hiking to the viewpoint that provides a breathtaking view of the sea.

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Tourism Fears After Nok Air Stops Flights

21 Apr, 2023

Local tourism is in danger of plummeting after Nok Air, the only commercial air link to the province, stopped its flights to Mae Hong Son.?

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About 40 Elephants Sighted Near Resort In Nakhon Nayok Looking For Food

19 Apr, 2023

A herd of about 40 elephants, including several calves, were spotted yesterday (Tuesday) heading for a resort in Mueang district of Nakhon Nayok province from Khao Yai National Park to forage for food.

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Operators Seek Clarity On B300 Tourism Fee

19 Apr, 2023

Minister postpones levy to September

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Thailand’s Battered Tax On Foreign Tourists Delayed Once Again

19 Apr, 2023

The 300 baht (US$9) levy on foreigners entering the kingdom by air, land or sea has again been put back from June this year to September at the earliest.

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Country Celebrates Thai New Year

13 Apr, 2023

Thailand on Thursday officially began celebrating Songkran, or Thai New Year, with locals and foreigners alike flocking to major sites and splashing water on each other nationwide after a three-year suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Over 5m People Set To Travel Over Songkran Holiday Period

10 Apr, 2023

Some 5.1 million people are expected to travel during this year's Songkran Festival

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