2010 – Issues 1 – 5
Our Asean ACE project story records some of the criticism that is being voiced in the industry and the need for transparency.
An overland survey shows there are attractions worth seeing on the road to Siem Reap.
TAT’s new governor sets in motion a major reshuffle of its top management.
Life was a little sweeter for Thailand’s six airports during the last few months of 2009.
We have improved the menu and made the digital edition of TTR Weekly more user-friendly. But there is a downside. You will discover the initial download time is a longer than before, but once completed it is done, allowing you to browse and zoom in a more user friendly manner.
It was a trade off to improve page functions. We think you will agree compared with snail mail the end result is you get TTR Weekly on time and it is a little more environmentally friendly too.
Check out Bangkok Airways’ plans for Lampang as the airline attempts to fill the gap left by the recent closure of PB Air.
Also TAT has decided to increase the cost of booths at the annual TTM this year.
Travel Trends: Lots of ground to recover in 2010.
A to Z Thailand: A holiday package that helps children gain a better future.