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Senders of parcels warned not to post 7 prohibited items

Members of the public using postal services are warned not to mail seven prohibited items or face legal action. They are also advised not to lend their ID cards to strangers for use in the mailing of their packages. The renewed warning was issued by state-run Thailand Post Company after police recently found that drug […]Read More

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Plain cigarette packaging to be introduced to discourage smoking

Cigarette packaging in the near future will be plain and much less attractive under a new regulation approved by the National Tobacco Products Control Committee. Public Health Minister Piyasakol Sakolsattayathorn said Wednesday that the plain packaging would replace the current packaging which has been used for more than five years and has become familiar with […]Read More

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Thailand proposes tourism package with Laos

Thailand and Laos will work on a joint master plan on tourism to boost the number of travellers to the region. The plan for linked tourism will be based on the concept of two countries-one destination, enabling visitors to Thailand to expand their vacation to neighbouring Laos by promoting it as a joint package. Full […]Read More

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New Tourism business bill aims to boost competitiveness of Thai

The cabinet on Tuesday endorsed a new tourism business and tour guides bill which is aimed to promote local tourism business and to improve the qualifications of tour guides to boost their competitiveness. One of the highlights of the bill is that tour operators will not be allowed to bring into the country cheap package […]Read More

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Thailand to handle tourism package for GMS

BANGKOK, Dec 20 – After handling tourism packages on their own which has proven to be not very popular among tourists, the six member countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) on Saturday agreed to assign Thailand as coordinator on the tourism package for the region, said Tourism and Sports Minister Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul. Ms Kobkarn […]Read More

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Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) introduces a ‘100 baht’ tourism

BANGKOK, 28 April 2014 (NNT) – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) along with the private sector is organizing a tourism exhibition that offers a cheap promotional package tour costing only 100 baht for weekend trips. TAT launched the “An unordinary, ordinary day” 2014 campaign under the concept of one price for all weekdays. The […]Read More

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Rising Thai baht prompts tour packages to be more expensive

BANGKOK, 26 April 2013 (NNT)-Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) President Sisdivachr Cheewarattanaporn has revealed that tour agencies are set to increase their service fees by 10-15% at the end of this year to reduce impacts from the rising Baht. According to the ATTA President, the reason for the higher cost is due to the […]Read More

Technology

dtac launches new smartphone packages in Thailand

Customers who purchase 3G handset also receive up to Bt 1,200 discount on service fee and 15% cash back Following the dtac 3G Expo, dtac launches new smartphone packages that better suit different smartphone models and lifestyles, offering more optimized value for both voice and data service usage. Customers who purchase participating 3G 850MHz compatible […]Read More