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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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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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“Thai Lion” to launch in Thailand by the end of 2013

PT Lion Mentari Airlines, operating as Lion Air, is to soon launch a new affiliate in Thailand by the end of 2013. Indonesia’s largest privately run airline will start with a fleet of two 737-900ERs based in Bangkok Don Meuang Read more

 
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Thailand Wants to Pursue Travel

Thailand seems like a country which wants to pursue travel diligently, within the kingdom and even abroad. Tripadvisor reveals the results of its TripBarometer study, the world’s largest accommodation and traveler survey. According to the results, 9 out of 10 Read more

 
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Thailand is Most Popular Travel Destination for British Students

British Travel Agents Announced That Thailand is Most Popular Travel Destination for British Students Taking a gap year before going to university has long been a popular option for many students and whilst teenagers all over the UK are opening Read more

 
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Asia Atlantic Airlines Will Start to Operate in Thailand

Tourists, travelers and locals in Bangkok and the surrounding areas now have another choice of airline to take their pick from when flying within Asia thanks to Asia Atlantic Airlines, the region’s newest airline. The first flights are slated to Read more

 
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