Tags : High Season


Tourist arrivals in Phuket increase 10 percent during high season

Tourist arrivals in the famous resort town of Phuket have increased by 10 percent, with more visitors from India though Chinese arrivals have not picked since the Phoenix tourist boat tragedy in mid-July. The increase of tourist arrivals during the current high season was due mainly to the government’s decision to waive visa fee for […]Read More

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai cleans up after flood, gears up for tourist

CHIANG MAI, 7 October 2011 (NNT) – The northern province of Chiang Mai is now under renovation after the flood has subsided while preparations are being made ahead of the upcoming tourist season and special events late this year. During a meeting to evaluate the local flood situation and the rehabilitation effort at the Chiang […]Read More


La Nina to raise risk of flooding in Thailand

Heavier rainfall feared in Thailand in coming months; Bangkok ‘at greater risk’ Instead of the wet season ending as usual in October, La Nina will play a crucial role in precipitating heavier and longer downpours for the rest of the year, putting Bangkok at greater risk of flooding during seasonal peak tides. Tropical storm Nock-Ten […]Read More


Phuket’s Wacky Weather Takes Skye High

CAN it really be high season on Phuket? Can it really be March on the tropical holiday island, where the one certainty is good weather at this time of the year? The sight of the classy yacht Isle of Skye washed ashore at Phuket’s Nai Harn beach today made it plain that this is no […]Read More