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Thailand Happiness Street Festival


Organised by: Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Date & Time : 25 - 26 July, 2014, at 15.00 – 24.00 hrs. Venue            : Ratchaprasong area: Ratchadamri Road linked with Rama I Road, Bangkok CentralWorld Square, Parc Paragon, The Platinum fashion mall Concept of “Thailand Happiness”: COLOUR YOUR LIFE WITH HAPPINESS Join hands in disseminating smiley invitations from Thai people to international friends ...[read more]
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Thailand Happiness Street Festival all set

Issued at Bangkok at 16.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 18 July 2014 The Tourism Authority of Thailand is currently working on a series of tourism marketing and promotion activities to attract tourists to the kingdom during the remainder of this year as well as the years to come. Among the strategies is the plan to reiterate the ...[read more]
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Patong Beach regains natural beauty

Issued at Bangkok at 14.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 11 July 2014 The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to inform international tourists and the travel industry partners that the famous Patong Beach in Phuket has now regained its natural beauty, following a clean-up operation on 9 July 2014 under the supervision of the National Council ...[read more]
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Thailand’s tourism is still on the go

Issued at Bangkok at 15.30 hrs. (GMT+7) on 4 July 2014 Thailand is always ready to welcome tourists with a friendly smile. Visitors planning to visit the kingdom need not worry about the country being under the administration of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) as that has had no impact on Thailand’s tourism ...[read more]
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Thailand tourism gets stronger than ever

Issued at Bangkok at 14.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 27 June 2014 The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to provide further update on the tourism situation in the kingdom that it’s business as usual across all destinations. As Thailand is moving forwards national reconciliation and reforms under the administration of the National Council for Peace and ...[read more]
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Tourism is back in full swing in Thailand

Issued at Bangkok at 15.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 17 June 2014 The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to announce that all tourism-related businesses and services in destinations throughout the kingdom have resumed normal operations following the lifting of nationwide curfew as of last Friday (TAT Newsroom: Breaking News! Nationwide curfew lifted from 13 June ...[read more]
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Nationwide curfew lifted from 13 June 2014

Bangkok, 13 June 2014 – The nationwide nighttime curfew in place since 22 May 2014 is to be lifted as of tonight (13 June 2014). The announcement from the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), currently overseeing Thailand’s administration, has been welcomed by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), as it marks a return ...[read more]
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It’s business as usual in Thailand

Issued at Bangkok at 13.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 13 June 2014 The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) wants to assure all tourists visiting the kingdom that “it’s business as usual in Thailand” and that tourism remains unaffected by the current political transition period. Thailand is always ready to welcome tourists to come here to enjoy their days ...[read more]
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curfew lifted at 22 provinces and 7 districts

Situation Update: Issued at Bangkok at 14.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 11 June 2014 Last night announcement by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to lift curfew in 17 provinces and 15 districts in three provinces has once again proven the council’s commitment to promote Thailand’s tourism. As of last night, a total of 22 provinces and ...[read more]
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Breaking news:  curfew ended in 20 more areas

Issued at Bangkok at 21.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 10 June 2014 The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) announced the lifting of nighttime curfew in 17 provinces and 15 districts in three provinces with immediate effect. The provinces are Kanchanaburi, Ratchaburi, Tak, Rayong, Chanthaburi, Sukhothai, Mae Hong Son, Uttaradit, Phrae, Nan, Nakhon Phanom, Sakon Nakhon, Roi ...[read more]
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curfew lifted at 10 major tourist destinations

Issued at Bangkok at 14.30 hrs. (GMT+7) on 10 June 2014 Further to the latest update released yesterday afternoon, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to stress that a total of 10 major tourist areas are now curfew-free. These destinations are: Phuket, Ko Samui, Pattaya City, Hua Hin, Cha-am, Krabi, Phang-nga, Hat Yai, Ko ...[read more]
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10 Thai tourist destinations are curfew-free

Issued at Bangkok at 13.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 9 June 2014 The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to inform all visitors to the kingdom that a total of 10 major tourist destinations are now curfew-free. These destinations are: 1: Phuket 2: Ko Samui 3: Pattaya City 4: Hua Hin 5: Cha-am 6: Krabi 7: Phang-nga 8: Hat Yai 9: Ko Chang 10: Ko Phangan ...[read more]
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Breaking News: curfew lifted in 3 more areas!

Issued at Bangkok at 20.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 8 June 2014 The nighttime curfew has been lifted in three (3) more major tourist destinations: Hat Yai, Ko Chang and Ko Phangan with immediate effect, as announced by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO). This latest announcement brings the total number of major Thai tourist destinations ...[read more]
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Thailand is always ready to welcome tourists

Issued at Bangkok at 10.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 8 June 2014  Thailand is always ready to welcome tourists from all over the world. The kingdom remains a welcoming tourist destination with life throughout the country goes on as normal. Tourists visiting the country can continue to enjoy the wide variety of attractions, ranging from unique culture, ...[read more]
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Curfew lifted in four more tourist areas

Issued at Bangkok at13.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 7 June 2014 The nighttime curfew has been lifted in four (4) more major tourist destinations including Hua Hin, Cha-am, Krabi and Phang-nga with effective as of last night. The announcement came shortly after the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) granted a curfew exemption for this month’s ...[read more]
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It’s business as usual in Thailand

Issued at Bangkok at 13.00 hrs. (GMT+7) on 6 June 2014  The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) wants to assure all tourists visiting the kingdom that tourism remains unaffected since the country was placed under the administration of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) on 22 May 2014. NCPO has announced to lift curfew in ...[read more]
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Rice is humble in size, but rich in history and powerful when clustered. It is the staple diet in many parts of the...[read more]
Still packing a punch: a night at the new Lumpinee Boxing Stadium
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Since mass-tourism to Thailand took off in the 1970s, it’s been the “thing to do” for visitors to take in a bout of...[read more]
The umbrella people: a visit to the craftsmen of Bor Sang in Chiang Mai
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Umbrellas are pretty ubiquitous in Thailand – hardly surprising in a nation where the sun mercilessly beats down for months before the skies...[read more]
The secret hills of Chaiyaphum
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Mo Hin Khao is also listed it as one of the Seven Wonders of Thailand.
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