Tags : Tickets


Russian man arrested in Patong for tour-ticket fraud

PHUKET: A Russian man has been arrested in Patong for selling fake tour vouchers to Russian nationals to the tune of more than B100,000, Patong Police have reported. The man, 34-year-old Leonid Iurkovskii, was taken into custody in front of a condominium project in Patong at 1:20pm yesterday (June 8), Patong Police Chief Col Aganit […]Read More


Panel rejects e-ticket system on city buses

The inspection committee of Bangkok Mass Transit Authority has refused to accept the e-ticket system and the cash box to be installed in the city’s bus fleet claiming that the system does not work and is unstable. BMTA acting director Mrs Panida Thongsuk said Thursday that the e-ticket system and the cash box are provided […]Read More


Dept plans marine parks e-ticketing to curb visitors

The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) says it is to introduce an e-ticketing system at marine locations to regulate visitors and prevent corruption. “There will no longer be walk-in tourists at top marine park destinations soon. The e-tickets will serve as a department tool to control and limit the number of […]Read More


One ticket system for skytrain and subway trains to be

The use of one ticket system or “Mangmoom” joint ticket system for both skytrain and subway train travels is believed to be delayed after the Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA) wants it to get board approval before signing memorandum of understanding with the two train operators. According to the director of the Office […]Read More


MRTA offers free tickets for test-run rides on new Purple

BANGKOK, 16 May 2016 (NNT) – Thousands of tickets for elevated train rides will be offered for free to commuters during a test run on a new 23-kilometer-long Purple Line between Bang Yai and Tao Poon areas on Bangkok’s northwestern outskirts in June and July. The commuters can collect the free tickets at three stations, […]Read More


Tour agent arrested in Nakhon Ratchasima for air ticket fraud

A travel agent has been arrested and charged with fraud after several dozen people complained she accepted payments from them of 8.4 million baht for air tickets she failed to deliver. Sunattha Srisawat, 33, was detained under an arrest warrant issued in December 2015 on a charge of cheating the public. A native of Bangkok, […]Read More


Farang price for ‘Thai’ man

A gatekeeper at a popular tourist destination in Krabi charged a Thai permanent resident 200 baht for a 20-baht entry ticket because he looks like a foreigner, or farang in Thai. It is widely known that tourism-related businesses set different prices for locals and foreigners. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More