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Curfew imposed on free food giveaways at Sanam Luang

The trash and litter collected from Sanam Luang, mainly from food waste, reportedly amounted to about 600 pounds on Sunday raising eyebrows at the park where funeral processions are taking place. The curfew imposed on Wednesday night is an effort to reduce litter and waste from the thousands of mourners flocking in to pay respects […]

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Hostile marine creatures at Phuket, authorities ban swimming

Portuguese man-of-war, also known as blue bottle or floating terror is an aquatic creature found predominantly in the Indian, Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans that is capable of quite a sting.  Beaches of Phuket had an unexpected visitor from the oceans this week. The aquatic creature, originally a siphonophore, has a big gas bladder called […]

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Giant monitor lizards booted from Lumpini Park

The Bangkok Municipal Administration on Tuesday, removed 40 giant monitor lizards from Lumpini Park, a famous destination of joggers and tourists alike. It’s a common sight in Lumpini Park to see giant monitor lizards out in the open, getting some sun or crawling the pavements. An oasis right in the heart of Bangkok, Lumpini Park […]

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Thailand on Zika alert

It is estimated that more than 1.5 million cases of Zika virus have been reported globally since October 2015. The deadly virus, associated with microcephaly and Guillain-Barrè syndrome has been an international concern since its outbreak in Brazil in April 2015. After spreading through South America and reaching as near as Singapore and Malaysia, the […]

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Street dogs in Bangkok to be sterilized by Soi Dog foundation

Along with Dogs Trust Worldwide based in UK, Soi Dog foundation has launched a street dog sterilization and vaccination campaign, with emphasis in Greater Bangkok area. In a press statement released by Soi Dog, the foundation remarked that the 550 million baht project is aimed at medicating some 640,000 stray dogs in and around the […]

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Women’s Journey Thailand to be launched on August 1st

In accordance with Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s 84th birthday on the 12th of August, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is launching Women’s Journey Thailand – a women-centric tourism campaign aimed at women travelers from around the globe. TAT is calling out to women travelers to come explore Thailand in the month of August when they’ll be availed […]

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Thailand Best Local Food Fest 2016: Paradise of exquisite Thai cuisines

 As part of Tourism Authority of Thailand’s (TAT) efforts to promote tourism, Thailand Best Local Food Fest 2016 will be launched on 24th June trying to lure in tourists with some authentic Thai cuisine. The food fest will be held at Laem Taen, Bangsaen beach, Chon Buri from Friday, 24th through Sunday, 26th. TAT also aims […]

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Can Thailand beat the dengue crisis? Tips to keep away mosquitoes from the floods.

Floods are here again alarming us a of a situation that might soon follow. Lets see Thailand’s new initiative to fight dengue fever and reduce the mosquito population. Also check out some tips from WHO to prevent those bites that are least welcome: Killing about 800,000 people each year, mosquitoes are without any doubt the […]

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New regulations to boost Marine Safety in Thailand

The Ministry of Transport, the Marine Department, and the Ministry of Tourism and Sports are pooling up their resources to make Thailand one of the safest destination for tourism. The authorities have reviewed existing guidelines and instructions to tourists and have added new guidelines to curb accidents or any other misfortunes from taking place. Here […]

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Chinese couples in Bangkok for babies through IVF

Chinese Couples Flock To Bangkok For IVF Procedures

Since China’s decision to allow couples to have two children, more and more Chinese couples are flying to Bangkok in hopes of conceiving a “test-tube” baby. Clinics in Thailand that handle such cases are reportedly cheap, with a track record of high success rates. One doctor from the institute also revealed that majority of their […]

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