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Thailand trials attraction concept at prisons

Cooking contests and craft shops within prisons could soon be available to tourists visiting Thailand should the Corrections Department succeed in its plans to...

Banyan Tree to open organic farm in Thailand

Banyan Tree Group has formed a joint venture with Thai growers The Boutique Farmers to develop ORI9IN, the first gourmet organic farm and restaurant...

TAT gives a leg up to Phuket tourism

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Phuket Office, in cooperation with the public and private sector partners, has launched the Phuket Great Time website...

Thailand draws up safety guidelines for tourist attractions, beaches

Thailand's health department and public health ministry are recommending curbs on the number of visitors at popular tourist spots to avoid a second wave...

Thailand eyes lifting of lockdown by July 1

As Thailand enters the third phase of its lockdown on June 1, moderate-risk businesses including boxing stadia, massage parlours, spas and convention venues have...

Asia’s largest illumination festival to light up Chiang Rai

Index Creative Village and Singha Park Chiang Rai have come together to produce Asia's largest light festival, Village of Illumination, from December 4, 2020...

New royal museum to rise in Thailand

The Thai government will build a museum dedicated to the royal cremation of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Thailand's longest-serving monarch, in Pathum Thani's...

Thailand’s ‘Wild Boars’ rescue cave now open to visitors

The first chamber of the famous Tham Luang cave has reopened to the public on Friday, according to a report by The Bangkok Post. The...

Giant aquarium and underwater restaurant open at Central Phuket mega mall

Central Pattana (CPN) has launched two new attractions at the Central Phuket mega mall: Thailand's largest aquarium, Aquaria Phuket, and Andasi, the world's largest...

Address elephant tourism the sensible, scientific way

The Tourism Authority of Thailand argues why shutting down elephant tourism camps in South-east Asia isn’t a sensible solution, and urges proper solutions and management practices to be put into place to handle the problems surrounding elephant tourism, citing recommendations from the Asian Captive Elephant Working Group (ACEWG).

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