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Thai hotels ranked among world’s cheapest

BANGKOK, 5 March 2014 (NNT) – The UK-based website Hotels.com has placed three popular destinations in Thailand among the top 10 for the most affordable accommodations in the world. A survey was conducted by Hotels.com, provider of online booking services, on 116 tourist destinations around the globe in order to compare their prices of accommodations […]Read More


Half of Hat Yai hotel bookings cancelled after bombing

SONGKHLA, April 5 – Thailand’s traditional Songkran new year celebration in Hat Yai is likely to be less crowded than usual as the hoteliers’ association said more than half of the earlier rooms booked for Songkran in Hat Yai and Songkhla have been cancelled after last weekend’s deadly bombing and is costing the industry more […]Read More


Northern haze costs Thai tourism more than THB 50 billion

BANGKOK, 10 March 2012 (NNT) – The haze crisis in Thailand’s North has cost the tourism industry tens of billions of baht in lost revenue, according to the Thai Tourism Authority. According to Mr. Suphakit Polachan, Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)’s northern office, the haze crisis that has hit 8 provinces in […]Read More


Hat Yai hotels fully booked for Chinese New Year

SONGKHLA, Jan 18 — Hotel rooms in Thailand’s southern tourist haven of Hat Yai are now fully booked mostly by tourists from Malaysia and Singapore for the Chinese New Year this weekend, according to Hat Yai-Songkhla Hotel Association President. Mr Somchart Pimthanapoonporn said that all hotel rooms in Songkhla’s Hat Yai were fully booked Jan […]Read More


Room booking rates rise by 10% in Thailand as festive

BANGKOK, Dec 11 – Thailand’s Association of Domestic Travel (ADT) said accommodation reservation rate has increased by only ten percent, despite the commencement of the high winter season, as the tourism industry remains affected by the country’s severe flooding, the association president said on Sunday. ADT president Maiyarat Peerayankoses said temperatures which started to drop […]Read More


Half of tour bookings to Thailand cancelled due to floods:

BANGKOK, 30 September 2011 (NNT) – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has indicated that up to half of overseas tour companies have cancelled their reservations in Thailand after learning of the flood situation. TAT Executive Director for the Northern Region Sethapon Chindanon reported that the current flooding disaster had caused about 50 percent of […]Read More


Koh Chang remains a popular tourist destination in Thailand

TRAT, 20 March 2011 (NNT)-President of Trat Tourism Association Ms. Charuwan Chintakanond has revealed that tourism on Chang Island remains popular among holiday makers with the number of teenagers and families visiting the tourist attraction higher than ever. According to Ms. Charuwan, Chang Island or Koh Chang has seen the number of tourists increase by […]Read More


Tsunami warning dampens Phuket tourism industry

Astrological predictions that a tsunami will hit southern Thailand this month have led to a wave of hotel room cancellations at beach resorts, news reports said. Hotels in Phuket, Phangnga, Ranong and Surin – beach resorts on the Andaman Sea coast – have reported the cancellation of 10 per cent of room bookings this month […]Read More