Notorious rip off or unco-operative taxi drivers are finally getting the touch end of the long arm of the law after too many conplaints, under the strict new government.
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Recent tightening of enforcement of visa rules in Thailand have been causing inconvenience to tourists and travellers. Although aimed at expats who have been illegally staying long term in Thailand by subverting visa rules, the effort to get tough has resulted in some tourists being denied re-entry to the Kingdom.
reports of overly sensitive Junta govt in Thailand hassling people for reading Orwell's 1984 as a protest, are overblown.
The main low-cost carrier of Southeast Asia, Air Asia will become the first airline in Asia Pacific whose tickets will be available on Amadeus global distribution system.
To develop northeast of Thailand the budget carrier Thai Air Asia will open new destination this autumn.
The promising project for the construction of the railway between Myanmar and China will not come true. The connection of the industrial hub in Arakan State with China was considered unprofitable and dangerous for the environment.
A recent study by the Honeywell Aerospace company has shown us that in-flight WiFi is a key factor when travelers choosing an airline. 22% of all passengers are willing to spend more to stay in touch.
National Council for Peace and Order continues to work for the abolition of the taxi mafia in Thailand and especially in Bangkok.
Thai Airways has got a new amazing aircraft «Dreamliner» from Boeing, which will be put into operation as soon as tomorrow, 25th July. In will operate the most popular domestic route Chiang Mai – Bangkok.
Private-Public Tourism Sector Working Group put forward a proposal to introduce visa-free policy at the most popular resort of Cambodia – Sihanoukville.
Thai Airways Vice President, Mrs. Petchpring Sarasin, said at the
awarding ceremony, that the main task of the company is constantly
improving the quality of service.