The Enlightening beauty of Loi Krathong festival

Thailand’s visually stunning Loi Krathong festival is as fascinating as it is beautiful. ‘Loi’ means to float, while ‘Krathong’ refers to a lotus shaped container which floats on water. Loi Krathong is an auspicious annual festival celebrated throughout Thailand and Read more

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Thailand To Waive Visas For Chinese Tourists

The Thai and Chinese government decided last week to waive tourist visas for tourists coming from the other country. “Waiving visas is inevitable because the number of Chinese tourists to Thailand is really big,” says Vichit Prakobgosol, honorary director for Read more

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Thailand on Discussion to charge Extra Fee for tourists

Public Health Minister Pradit Sintavanarong said yesterday that related agencies were discussing the plan to charge tourists a separate fee for entering the country – possibly Bt500 for a three- to 30-day stay and Bt30 for less than three days. Read more

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Making Border Peace

Thailand and Cambodia will work together towards maintaining border peace after the International Court of Justice’s Nov 11 ruling on the Preah Vihear temple conflict, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said this Thursday. Ms. Yingluck said both countries have made clear Read more

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Yon Bua Festival

Yon Bua Festival One of the favourite festivals in Thailand is the Rub Bua Festival in Bang Phli, Samut Prakan. In English, the festival translates as “Lotus Receiving Festival”. However, it has another name in Thai which I think describes Read more

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Coca Launches ‘Share a Coke’ campaign in Thailand

Coca Cola launches ‘Be Fizzy, Be Bold, Share a Coke’ campaign in Thailand. This is a really interesting and fun campaign, which aims to bring Thai people closer and be able to express themselves more. Nick names of people and Read more

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