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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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  • Airports get ready for invasion

    19 Feb 2015 : Major Thai airports are expecting to be overcrowded during one of their busiest periods of the year.

  • tourism & AVIATION

    Focus on quality, not just numbers

    19 Feb 2015 : The government and tourism-related organisations are being urged to focus on quality and income rather than arrivals.

  • Thai VietJet Air ready for take-off

    18 Feb 2015 : After a prolonged delay, VietJet Air's Thai sister airline is now ready for take-off, with a launch date and first route now fixed.

  • tourism & aviation

    Japanese hotel firm enters Thailand

    18 Feb 2015 : The dramatic growth of Thai tourists visiting Japan has attracted Prince Hotels Inc, Japan's largest hotel company, to open a sales office in Bangkok in a marketing alliance with Thai hotel and resort chain Dusit International.

  • 'Summer dream' over for beach chair fans in Phuket

    17 Feb 2015 : Umbrellas and mats are in, but chairs are virtually out on Phuket beaches following Tuesday's clarification of “no summer dream” rules imposed at the southern resort last week.

  • Tourism & aviation

    Japan tops for Thai travellers

    17 Feb 2015 : Thai travellers' love affair with Japan continues to flourish. The Land of the Rising Sun saw a 45% jump in Thai arrivals last year to a record 657,600, while this year's figure is conservatively projected by the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) to reach 700,000.

  • Safari World pins hopes on Phuket

    17 Feb 2015 : Safari World Plc, the country's biggest theme park operator, plans to spend 1.35 billion baht to develop a new attraction and facilities in Phuket and respond to higher demand arising from the upcoming Asean Economic Community (AEC).

  • Traffic boosts AoT's profit

    17 Feb 2015 : Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) posted a 3.71% rise in net profit for the quarter ended Dec 31 thanks largely to increased air traffic.

  • Chinese tourists to get etiquette manuals

    16 Feb 2015 : Thousands of Chinese tourists visiting Thailand during their New Year holiday will receive "tourism manuals" in an effort to curb offensive behaviour, officials said Monday.

  • tourism

    Krabi, Satun urged to tackle travel scams

    16 Feb 2015 : Krabi and Satun have the highest number of travel fraud cases and tour agents have urged the governors of the two southern provinces to help tackle the problem before it affects their tourism image.

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