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TOURISM More Thais head to Japan
21 May 2013 : The number of Thais visiting Japan is expected to reach 300,000 this year, up 51.5% from 2012, thanks to the strong baht vis-a-vis the Japanese yen.
16 May 2013 : The tourism industry in Southeast Asia and Thailand offers many opportunities for foreign investors, but only a few deals are successful due to a lack of understanding about the local business culture.
16 Apr 2013 : Khao Lak, Krabi and Koh Samui are expected to become popular destinations for Russian travellers thanks to beautiful beaches and convenient transport.
15 Apr 2013 : A police proposal to extend nightlife closing times by two hours to 4am is getting a mixed reaction.
15 Apr 2013 : Like many countries, Taiwan is aggressively promoting tourism again despite the global economic recession.
13 Apr 2013 : The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) aims to promote the kingdom more in Asean and expects to welcome at least 7 million tourists from the region this year.
12 Apr 2013 : Foreign tourists are expected to spend around 2.93 billion baht on taking part in festivities and travel during Sonkgran, up 18.1% from last year, Kasikorn Research Centre said on Friday.
12 Apr 2013 : Asia-Pacific airlines outperformed those in other regions in terms of profitability in the last quarter of last year, with benchmark airlines registering a rise in net profit of nearly 200%.
AVIATION & TOURISM
12 Apr 2013 : The surge in international tourist arrivals, especially from China and Russia, is causing a shortage of high-quality coaches, mostly during the high season and long weekends, according to the Tourism Transportation Association (TTA).
12 Apr 2013 : Eagles Air & Sea (Thailand) Co expects to maintain its position as one of the top logistics providers this year, with revenue staying on a par with that of 2012 at 200 million baht.
12 Apr 2013 : Rakuten Travel Inc, Japan's largest online travel site, is gearing up to add customers in Asia and cash in on strong regional tourism growth.
10 Apr 2013 : About 70% of foreign tourists polled recently planned to celebrate Songkran and Chiang Mai was the most favoured destination for the festivities, the research centre of Bangkok University, or Bangkok Poll, reported on Wednesday.
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