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The Neilson Hays Library, in collaboration with the Office of Contemporary Art and Culture (OCAC), is organising Bangkokâs first international literature festival to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
Many Thai-Chinese residents as well as tourists from neighbouring countries such as Malaysia and Singapore joined a parade carrying a Buddha statue along central business district roads in Hatyai City Municipality, Songkhla, at the 2019 Hatyai Vegetarian Festival, or Jae Festival, which runs until October 7.
Exotic imported pink grass is the star of autumn gardens
The Myanmar government has introduced new regulations to facilitate easier access for foreign tourists as another step towards opening up the country to the world .
Santiburi Koh Samui, a luxurious retreat on Koh Samuiâs stunning north shore, has been officially certified as a carbon-neutral resort, which it says reflects its deep and lasting commitment to the environment.
Le MÃ©ridien Hotels & Resorts, under Marriott International, has opened Le MÃ©ridien Khao Lak Resort & Spa - a modern resort on the stunning white sands of Bang Sak Beach in Phang Nga province.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand is working with Bangkok Airways (BA) to lure more visitors from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam â the so-called CLMV countries â as well as Malaysia, Singapore and India with a âFly Me to Thailandâ campaign.
Raffles Grand Hotel dâAngkor, a landmark hotel along the legendary Grand Tour of Indochina, has officially reopened following an extensive six-month restoration.
Coral reef and ecosystems at the world-famous Maya Bay has started to recover but the date for its reopening for tourists not yet set.
Making a pitch for tourism in the corner of Nong Khai where heâs a sub-district official, Sirirak Baokaew says itâs 20 degrees Celsius and you just have to come and see the morning and evening mist.
Ahead of World Tourism Day, Airbnb has reaffirmed its commitment to continue promoting Thailandâs emerging destinations on the global stage with its latest community-led destination marketing campaign in Buriram.
Britons lead the way for globetrotting, taking the top spot for the highest number of international countries visited according to the âWell Travelled Surveyâ commissioned by Agoda, a fast-growing digital platform. The survey showed that the average British traveller has visited 12 countries, followed by Australians who average 10 international destinations.
PHIST 2019, Asiaâs travel and tourism sustainability event, brought Southeast Asiaâs hospitality industry together in Phuket on Monday in a spirit of collaboration to tackle critical environmental issues facing resort destinations across the region.
Highclere Castle, the home of the famous British TV series âDownton Abbeyâ, is now available for a once-in-a-lifetime stay available only on Airbnb. For one night only, Highclere Castle will open its doors to two guests, giving super fans an opportunity to immerse themselves in the iconic location of âDownton Abbeyâ, and learn what life might have been like for the Crawleys.
Long popular with both local and international tourists, Koh Samui in Surat Thani province is known for its breathtaking scenery.
Luxury Travel Intelligence (LTI) has revealed its list of Worldâs Best Luxury Hotel Brands for 2019.
Thailand is once again set to be the second-hottest destination for Chinese travellers, behind Japan, during National Day Golden Week from October 1-7, one of the countryâs busiest travel periods, according to booking data from Agoda.
Suphan Buri adds to its plethora of tourist attractions with the opening of the Saphan Khong Floating Market, a new landmark in Ban Ton Tan Subdistrict of Song Phi Nong District. Visitors can walk along the wooden bridge that connects Ban Tontan Handicraft Centre to Thong Pradit Temple.