51 - 60 of 1,422 results for "tourism council of thailand"
Most searched keywords
51. multimedia | 14 Nov 2013
» Grilled before Toronto City Council, embattled mayor Rob Ford professed a zero-tolerance policy for drugs and gangs, but he also admitted he had bought illegal drugs in the past two years. - REUTERS
52. news | 04 Nov 2013
» Thailand is ready to welcome hundreds of participants who will take part in the World Boxing Council's annual meeting, which begins today at Bangkok's Centara Grand Hotel.
53. news | 24 Nov 2013
» Witnesses have confirmed 55 male members of the Karen rebel God's Army went missing at the Thai border 13 years ago, a solicitor from the Lawyers Council of Thailand (LCT) has said.
54. travel | 21 Nov 2013
» Despite the current political uncertainty, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is optimistic that the number of foreign tourists this year will reach the target of 26.3 million, a 17% growth from 22.3 million in 2012...
55. learning | 26 Apr 2013
About tourism development
» To attract tourists, Myanmar plans to rebuild & reconnect to Thailand, famous railway build by prisoners of war during World War II.
56. learning | 20 Jun 2012
» Thailand leads Asean with 1.4 million foreign patients but Asian Economic Community in 2015 means changes in medical education & maybe importing nurses.
57. lifestyle | 17 Oct 2013
» Theme Plaza Development, a subsidiary of Pena Group which is the largest Thailand-based fashion retailer and garment maker, will soon open a boutique hotel in the hopes of tapping into the rich tourism segment in Cha-am ...
58. opinion | 12 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» On Tuesday night in Geneva, governments of the world will choose the four replacement nations to serve on the UN Human Rights Council. The 47 members of the core council rotate seats, with each member serving for three y...
59. news | 06 Dec 2013
» A group of university lecturers has issued a petition opposing the Council of University Presidents of Thailand's (CUPT) stance on the political crisis.
60. business | 14 Nov 2013
» Cathay Pacific Airways and regional wing Dragonair are strengthening their operations in Thailand, seemingly undeterred by political tensions and China's new tourism law that clamps down on substandard outbound tour ...