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TAT rolls out campaign highlighting SE Asia’s pop culture

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is promoting local cities with the launch of its latest Experiencing ASEAN Pop Culture campaign, which is also...

Following courtship, Thailand now contemplates marriage prospects for LGBT+ travellers

Since declaring its proud intentions to openly promote Thailand as an LGBT+ friendly destination in Asia, Thailand is now stepping up its pursuit of...

Thailand postpones levy on foreign visitors

Thailand's Ministry of Tourism and Sports (MOTS) has announced its decision to postpone plans to collect a tourism levy from foreign visitors, The Bangkok...

Chiang Mai steps up efforts to woo growing Muslim travel market

Thailand tourism players are priming Chiang Mai to become a halal-friendly destination by investing in improved services and halal tourism infrastructure to cater to...

TAT’s Amazing Hua Hin 2019 promo offers up to 50% off...

The Tourism Authority of Thailand’s (TAT) Prachuap Khiri Khan office, together with 33 participating hotels in Hua Hin, has launched the Amazing Hua Hin...

Thailand further trims 2019 arrivals forecast while tourism confidence index holds...

Thailand's quarterly tourism confidence index in 2Q2019 held steady at 100 from its 1Q prediction, and is expected to remain at 100 in the...

Time for Thailand to get smart about tourism, airport infrastructure

For Thailand to remain an attractive destination and reap greater revenue from the lucrative tourism industry in the next decade, it has to adopt...

Limited accessibility hinders Koh Chang’s tourism growth: C9

Despite being one of the country’s biggest islands in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Chang has remained somewhat off the mass tourism development footprint...

HK airport shutdown has knock-on effects on inbound travel into Thailand

The Kasikorn Bank (KBank) Research Center estimates that the closure of the Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) will affect Thailand's tourism industry "by not...

Thailand opens five new national parks and plans for 22 more

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has announced the recent addition of five new national parks to the country from 2016 to 2019, which...

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