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08 Dec 2013 : Air travellers are being advised to leave for Suvarnabhumi Airport four hours ahead of their flights on Monday when many anti-government groups will march to Government House for the "final battle" mass rally and Bangkok traffic is expected to worsen.
07 Dec 2013 : The continuing anti-government protests are hurting the country's tourism industry, Tourism and Sports Minister Somsak Phurisisak said on Saturday.
21 Nov 2013 : Pattaya will open a new pier next year. According to Ronakit Ekasingh, Pattaya's deputy mayor, the new facility will cost 733 million baht and is currently under construction.
18 Nov 2013 : The last week of October a landmark day for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Asia when Taipei held Asia’s largest LGBT parade to promote equal rights in Taiwan, welcoming visitors from around the region to embrace the cause.
15 Nov 2013 : The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) has suspended the Bangkok Temple tour around historic Rattanakosin Island by bus this weekend after anti-government protests made the tour impossible.
15 Nov 2013 : American tourist arrivals will rise by 5.5% to 1.13 million next year on the back of the US economic recovery, says the Tourism Authority of Thailand.
14 Nov 2013 : Khon Kaen authorities will urge the government to borrow another panda from China.
12 Nov 2013 : Sixteen countries have issued warnings that their citizens visiting Thailand should avoid areas near the anti-government rallies in Bangkok, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) governor Surapol Sawetseranee said on Tuesday.
12 Nov 2013 : Sixteen countries on have issued warnings that citizens visiting Thailand should avoid travelling to areas near the anti-government rallies in Bangkok, Surapol Sawetseranee, governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), said on Tuesday.
07 Nov 2013 : Local tour agents are worried that foreign operators will dominate the travel business when the Asean Economic Community (AEC) begins in late 2015.
05 Nov 2013 : The government should listen to voices of the people protesting against the blanket amnesty bill in order to rapidly bring an end to the rallies, Sumeth Suthat Na Ayutthaya, chairman of the Thailand Incentive and Convention Association (TICA), said on Tuesday.
05 Nov 2013 : The hopes of retail and tourism firms for a high-season sales boost are being shattered by political problems.
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