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The National Geographic Continues to Showcase Thailand’s Natural Beauty

The National Geographic Continues to Showcase Thailand’s Natural Beauty

Krabi Riviera Company Ltd, a provider of luxury holiday accommodation in Southern Thailand, is delighted to promote a photographic exhibition that is being hosted by The National Geographic Society in…

Thailand to send aid to the storm ravaged Philippines

Thailand to send aid to the storm ravaged Philippines

On Thursday it was announced by Supreme Commander Gen Thanasak Pratimakorn that Thailand’s armed forces will sent a C-130 aircraft with medical teams and supplies to help the survivors of…

Tourism Authority of Thailand uses Google+ to launch new picture promotion

Tourism Authority of Thailand uses Google+ to launch new picture promotion

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is using Google to launch a new social-networking publicity campaign intended to create the world’s largest online photo album of Thai tourism attractions and…

Mother in law of Olympic shooter Jakkrit Panichpatikum out on bail after taking a contract out on his life

Mother in law of Olympic shooter Jakkrit Panichpatikum out on bail after taking a contract out on his life

On the 19th of December the sporting world was shocked to hear that Olympic shooter Jakkrit Panichpatikum had died of gunshot wounds in Bangkok. The 40 year old, who competed…

Thai senate unanimously rejects amnesty bill

Thai senate unanimously rejects amnesty bill

On Monday night, in the midst of tens of thousands of anti-government protestors, Thailand’s senate unanimously rejected the controversial amnesty bill. All one hundred and forty one senators present voted…

3,200 protestors from Surat Thani leave to join the protest in Bangko

3,200 protestors from Surat Thani leave to join the protest in Bangko

Today the confrontation between the protest groups and the government is set to reach new heights as several unpredictable conditions are set to occur simultaneously. The police have raised concerns…

Italian man caught sending skulls to Thailand

Italian man caught sending skulls to Thailand

Police in Burundi have discovered dozens of human skulls during a search of the home of an Italian expatriate, officials said Sunday. The Italian national, identified as Giuseppe Favaro, has…

Philippines: ‘bodies in the streets’, with many feared dead in typhoon Haiyan

Philippines: ‘bodies in the streets’, with many feared dead in typhoon Haiyan

Reports from worst-hit areas suggest the death toll will rise significantly as storm’s passing reveals scale of damage At least 100 people have died in the Philippines from the impact…

Japanese ambassador raises concerns about the safety of Japanese tourist after no conclusion to 2007 murder of a Japanese Tourist

Japanese ambassador raises concerns about the safety of Japanese tourist after no conclusion to 2007 murder of a Japanese Tourist

On November 25 2007 the body of murdered Japanese tourist Tomoko Kawashita was found in a small patch of jungle near Wat Saphan Hin in Sukhothai Historical Park, where she…

Young Russian boy takes the death toll from the ferry accident in Pattaya to seven

Young Russian boy takes the death toll from the ferry accident in Pattaya to seven

On Thursday a twelve year old Russian boy died from injuries that he sustained when a ferry sank off the coast of Pattaya on the third of November, taking the…