Tourist arrivals set to slow

Tourist arrivals set to slow

The tourism sector might be challenged by a slow market in the second quarter next year as there will be no more pent-up demand which fuelled the market this year.

05:11

Weed shops to provide smoke spots

Cannabis sellers on Khao San Road will be told they must operate their own smoking places to help keep the local environment free of the pungent smell of marijuana.

05:00
Weed shops to provide smoke spots

Govt to mull more stimuli for New Year

The Finance Ministry will submit to the cabinet for consideration a series of economic stimulus packages to boost consumer spending during the New Year period.

06:00
Govt to mull more stimuli for New Year

Free laptops for poor students

The Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry plans to distribute 13 million free laptops to poor students between 2023 and 2027 under its action plan for the Smart Thailand scheme.

04:31
Free laptops for poor students

EIC downgrades growth forecast for 2023

Siam Commercial Bank has slashed its 2023 GDP growth projection for Thailand due to the global economic slowdown and the increased likelihood of a recession in developed economies.

04:55
EIC downgrades growth forecast for 2023

More red-shirt leaders join Pheu Thai ranks

Two former leaders of the now-dissolved United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) have officially joined the Pheu Thai Party.

06:14
More red-shirt leaders join Pheu Thai ranks

PPRP and UTN are 'like one'

Deputy Prime Minister and Palang Pracharath Party leader Prawit Wongsuwon has downplayed reports of party MPs seeking to defect to the United Thai Nation Party, saying the two parties are "like one".

04:00
PPRP and UTN are 'like one'

  • EXCHANGE RATE
  • WEATHER
  • SET
  • GOLD PRICE

EXCHANGE RATE

Currency/Baht
Buy (Baht)
Sell (Baht)
EUR
36.8057
37.5590
GBP
42.8281
43.6982
HDK
4.5524
4.6411
Currency/Baht
Buy (Baht)
Sell (Baht)
JPY
25.5541
26.2767
USD
35.7320
36.0730
CNY
4.9043
5.0565
Source: Bank of thailand (29 Nov 2022)
  • Bangkok Rainy
    22° /32°
  • Phuket Cloudy
    25° /34°
  • Surat Thani Rainy
    22° /33°
  • Pattaya Rainy
    24° /34°
  • Chiang Mai Rainy
    17° /30°
  • Kanchanaburi Rainy
    19° /34°
SET
1,616.91
-3.93
SET50
979.53
-3.74
SET100
2,202.13
-7.53
sSET
1,048.28
+1.65
SETCLMV
989.09
-0.56
SETHD
1,175.43
-2.63
SETTHSI
1,033.84
-2.82
Source: settrade.com (29 Nov 2022)
Type
Baht/Litre
GASOHOL 91
42.56
GASOHOL 95
33.64
GASOHOL E20
35.15
Type
Baht/Litre
GASOHOL E85
DIESEL
34.94
NGV
34.88
Source : PTT (29 Nov 2022)
BUY ฿
SELL ฿
BAR (1 BAHT WEIGHT, 96.5%)
29,600.00
29,700.00
ORNAMENT (1 BAHT WEIGHT, 96.5%)
29,061.72
30,200.00
Source: GoldTraders (29 Nov 2022)

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The Natural Resources and Environment Ministry has urged the tourism industry to focus on spending per person instead of total arrivals to help preserve the environment, recommending policies such as capacity limits at tourist attractions.

24 Nov 2022 29
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Macron factor raises tourism hopes

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