1 - 10 of 331 results for "Tourism and Sports Ministry"
Most searched keywords
1. news | 07 Dec 2013
» The continuing anti-government protests are hurting the country's tourism industry, Tourism and Sports Minister Somsak Phurisisak said on Saturday.
2. news | 21 Nov 2013
» The Tourism and Sports Ministry has asked the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to investigate jewellery shops selling fake products to tourists in Phuket.
3. business | 19 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) foresees growth in the marine tourism sector on the east coast, which it hopes will help the agency promote high-end tourism in Pattaya.
4. travel | 21 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» For the very first time, Thailand will be the host of the final round of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2013, to be held on Saturday, Oct 26 at Hong Island in Krabi. A great step for Thailand and a tentative step...
5. learning | 15 Dec 2010
» Figures show tourism has recovered from political turmoil and the global economic crisis. Since tourism accounts for 7% of Thailand's national income and the high season has just arrived, this is good news.
6. news | 13 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The anti-government protests will not hurt tourism if the situation is kept under control, Tourism Council of Thailand president Piyaman Tejapaibul says.
7. news | 26 Nov 2013
» Anti-government protesters had laid siege to the Agriculture, Tourism and Transport ministries, and were attempting to occupy the Interior Ministry, on Tuesday.
8. news | 01 Dec 2013
» Global news agency AFP and China's Hupu Sports Media Co. plan to launch a Chinese language sports service in the world's most populous country, executives from the companies said.
9. learning | 14 Jul 2011
» How to better serve Indian and Russian tourists as well as tech-savvy travellers, areas the tourism industry needs to focus on.
10. news | 26 Nov 2013
» The political conflict may affect the Thai tourism industry if the situation prolongs until the first quarter of next year.