PHUKET, 12 March 2019: SilkAir, a regional airline owned by Singapore Airlines, will add its sixth daily service between Singapore and Phuket in May. SilkAir currently operates five flights daily on the popular Singapore-Phuket...
BANGKOK, 11 March 2019: For many visitors the prospect of dry alcohol free holiday is bit of downer, but when it involves Thailand it is definitely a shock. The ban on booze is going to happen...
BANGKOK 11 March 2019: International travellers attending events in Thailand generated revenue of THB18,031 million during the first quarter of the fiscal year 2019 according to Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB). In the report covering the...
PATTAYA, 7 March 2019: Mention Pattaya and the first thing that comes to mind will be the intense nightlife with partying and drinking. It’s only half-truth because this town has transformed in the last few years and you will be...
BANGKOK, 6 March 2019: Thailand's Department of Tourism will organise the Thailand International Film Destination Festival 2019, 25 March to 2 April. The department that comes under the Ministry of Tourism and Sports has hosted...
BANGKOK, 6 March 2019: Bangkok Airways, a public listed company, declared a net profit of THB356.8 million for the fiscal year ending 31 December. Profit attributable to the equity holders of the company amounted to THB...
BANGKOK, 5 March 2019: The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has opened online applications for buyers and sellers for the Thailand Travel Mart Plus (TTM+) in time to promote the event at ITB Berlin, later this week....
BANGKOK, 4 March 2019: Thai Airways International reported a net loss of THB 11,569 million for the fiscal year 2018 ending 31 December. In a filing presented to the Stock Exchange of Thailand late last week,...
BANGKOK, 4 March 2019: Thai Airways International has now cleared a backlog of 4,000 passengers who were stranded when flights over flying Pakistan were suspended 27 February. The airline confirmed the last of the stranded passengers departed...
BANGKOK, 4 March 2019:  Thailand’s January tourist arrivals grew by a slim 4.91% in January with China predictably leading the source markets according to Ministry of Tourism and Sports data released at the weekend.