Travel Titbits

STARTING DATE: 3 Oct 2019

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TOTAL UPDATE: 23 STORIES

Bangkok Post's weekly travel column guiding you on cool places to travel in Thailand. Email karnjanak@bangkokpost.co.th if you have any comments to share.

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Terminal opening

U-Tapao Rayong-Pattaya International Airport has officially opened Terminal 2.

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Terminal opening
5 Dec 2019

OLD MONEY

The Coin Museum in Bangkok has opened new exhibitions and launched a mobile app.

5 Dec 2019
OLD MONEY
28 Nov 2019

Medical tourism report released

Thailand is among the top five destinations of inbound medical tourism spending globally, according to the latest research by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).

28 Nov 2019
Medical tourism report released
21 Nov 2019

Tourism partnership

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has joined hands with Thai Airways to boost tourism to Thailand on their coming 60th anniversary in 2020.

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Tourism partnership
14 Nov 2019

Good clean fun

Koh Phi Phi Don has been listed by Lonely Planet magazine as one of six beach destinations in the world where visitors can join a beach clean-up campaign while travelling.

14 Nov 2019
Good clean fun
31 Oct 2019

Japanese visitors increase

The total number of Japanese tourists to Thailand will grow about 12% this year, reaching 1.8 million visitors from 1.6 million a year before, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).

31 Oct 2019 1
Japanese visitors increase
24 Oct 2019

Tourism convention

The Pacific Asia Travel Association Destination Marketing Forum 2019 will be organised in Chon Buri next month. The event will be hosted by the Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau, Tourism Authority of Thailand and Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration with the support of Pattaya City.

24 Oct 2019
Tourism convention
17 Oct 2019

Historic hotel

The 130-years Old Customs House in Bang Rak will soon be renovated into a luxury hotel.

17 Oct 2019 2
Historic hotel
10 Oct 2019

Cheap travel campaign

The government has set aside 63.5 million baht to launch the "Roi Dieo Thieo Thua Thai" or "Visit Thailand With 100 Baht" campaign.

10 Oct 2019
Cheap travel campaign
3 Oct 2019

More Chinese tourists?

Chinese tourist numbers in Thailand are still expected to increase this year despite the slow growth since last August.

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More Chinese tourists?