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  • Temple plans non-Chinese toilets

    28 Feb 2015 : One of northern Thailand's most famous temples plans to build separate toilets for Thais and other non-Chinese tourists, officials confirmed on Saturday.

  • More turbulence for THAI

    27 Feb 2015 : The financial woes of Thai Airways International (THAI) continued in the fourth quarter, raising its full-year loss to 15.6 billion baht.

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  • tourism

    HK resort targets Thais

    27 Feb 2015 : Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is confident that the number of Thai visitors will surpass other markets in Southeast Asia.

  • AVIATION

    TAA route map set to multiply

    26 Feb 2015 : Secondary destinations and interregional routes in Thailand are the name of the new game for Thai AirAsia (TAA), as all trunk lines have been filled up.

  • HOSPITALS

    Hua Chiew growth taps medical tourism

    26 Feb 2015 : Bangkok's Hua Chiew Hospital, owned by the Poh Teck Tung Foundation, will focus on medical tourism and specialisation in a bid to become a leading medium-sized hospital.

  • AVIATION

    AAV ekes out full-year profit

    26 Feb 2015 : A remarkable fourth-quarter gain enabled SET-listed Asia Aviation Plc (AAV), the major stakeholder in low-cost carrier Thai AirAsia (TAA), to recoup losses incurred in the first nine months of last year.

  • Nok targets China after Hefei launch

    25 Feb 2015 : Nok Air has quietly made inroads into China by descending on the eastern city of Hefei as it puts the finishing touches on a bigger plan to penetrate the huge country.

  • tourism & aviation

    TAT jittery over crisis in euro zone 

    25 Feb 2015 : The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is concerned the lingering economic downturn in Europe will affect tourism arrival and revenue targets this year.

  • AVIATION

    Short-term hedging gives AirAsia flexibility with fuel

    24 Feb 2015 : While some carriers have opted to downsize their fuel hedging significantly, budget giant AirAsia has made a counter movement.

  • tourism

    Spain seeks to lure Chinese tourists

    24 Feb 2015 : Madrid: Spanish five-star hotels are serving up white rice for breakfast as Spain offers quicker visas and seeks more direct flights from China to tap into the surging wave of Chinese tourists.

  • Hotel giants on the move

    23 Feb 2015 : A sharp increase in tourist numbers for both Thailand and Japan has prompted a hotel boom that Dusit International, one of the region's leading hospitality chains, is determined to tap.

  • tourism

    Tourism resources stretched thin

    21 Feb 2015 : Thailand's tourism resources may not be sufficient to serve growth in foreign visitor numbers in the near future, says the Bank of Thailand.

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