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31. news | 21 Feb 2015
» Police believe bomb attacks in Narathiwat on Friday that injured 13 people were designed to wreck tourism in the area during the Chinese New Year festival week.
32. learning | 20 Feb 2015
About medical tourism
» New law "aims to stop Thai women's wombs from becoming the world's womb" & ends "rent-a-womb" industry that made Thailand a top destination for fertility tourism.
33. news | 20 Feb 2015
» The National Legislative Assembly on Friday affirmed a law that bans foreigners from seeking surrogacy services to end a "rent-a-womb" industry that made Thailand a top destination for fertility tourism.
34. lifestyle | 20 Feb 2015
» If there's one thing you always hear tourism officials gloat about, it's how many visitors Thailand gets at any given time. Figures are reported to track the number of international arrivals, hotel occupancy ra...
35. business | 19 Feb 2015
tourism & AVIATION
» The government and tourism-related organisations are being urged to focus on quality and income rather than arrivals.
36. business | 17 Feb 2015
Tourism & aviation
» 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 t...
37. news | 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.
38. business | 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.
39. news | 13 Feb 2015
» Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has tasked agencies to do a feasibility study on building a high-speed rail network linking Bangkok and popular tourism destinations with joint investment from the private sector.
40. news | 12 Feb 2015
» People should welcome Chinese visitors even if their manners are deemed to be rude, because tourism is good for the economy, deputy government spokesman Sansern Kaewkamnerd said on Thursday.