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First ever meeting with Thai Prime Minister and UK Tour Operators

A momentous occasion – the first ever address by the Prime Minister of Thailand to UK travel and tourism industry, Yingluck Shinawatra meets with 10 leading tour operators at Grosvenor House, London

Tourism Authority of Thailand promotes Loy Krathong

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) projects the Loy Krathong festival will be bustling this year, with key activities attracting 633,600 visitors this month.

Google and TAT team up for eTourism Day

BANGKOK, Thailand - Chiang Rai will play host to eTourism Day, a technology showcase joint initiative by the Mekong Tourism Coordinating Office, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), and Google to

TAT issues statement regarding murder of British tourist and Thai wife

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is very shocked by yesterday’s news of the Briton murdered in the Thai southern province of Prachuap Khiri Khan.

TAT issues statement regarding Bangkok hotel fire at Grand Park Avenue...

On March 8, 2012, at approximately 10:00 pm local time, a fire broke out at the Grand Park Avenue Bangkok Hotel on Sukhumvit Soi 22.

TAT appoints Mr. Chattan Kunjara Na Ayudhya as Director of International...

BANGKOK, Thailand - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) today announced the appointment of Mr. Chattan Kunjara Na Ayudhya as Director of its International Public Relations Division. Mr.

Thailand’s recent floods helped enhance Hua Hin’s profile

HUA HIN, Thailand (eTN) - If Pattaya has not always had a very good image for travelers or even Thai locals, Hua Hin has, by contrast, always been considered as Thailand’s chic resort station near B

Will post-flood efforts bring some new ways to promote Thai tourism?

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - With most of Bangkok and Thailand’s central plains being back to normal, Thailand steps up its promotion efforts to lure back travelers following a sharp drop in arrivals i

After the flooding, a time for recovery

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - The worst seems now over for Thailand and Bangkok. The kingdom has been confronted for over four months with some of the biggest flooding ever seen in the last fifty years.

Ayutthaya sinks in water

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - Southeast Asia is bracing for more torrential rains with rivers submerging lands.

Songkhla City tells all about two-speed tourism in Thailand

SONGKHLA CITY, Thailand (eTN) - Could it not be a perfect destination for tourists looking at culture and heritage?

Promoting Ubon Ratchathani beyond the Candle Festival

UBON RATCHATHANI, Thailand (eTN) — Buddhist Lent is a religious festival, which takes place all across Thailand but has a more significant meaning in Isan, the Kingdom’s northeastern region.

Thailand looks at flirting with the 20-million travelers’ mark in 2012

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - As Thailand seems to head, for the time being, for a renewed period of political stability, the Tourism Authority of Thailand recently released its strategic plan with ambiti

A new Prime Minister, a new era of stability for Thailand’s...

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - It was an exceptional result for Thailand’s opposition party Pheu Thai on July 3.

TAT launches online campaign titled “Amazing 10 days in Thailand”

BANGKOK, Thailand — The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) today announced the results of the survey conducted from travelers all over the world to find out the "100 Most Amazing Places in Thailand

Bangkok opens up for transit travelers

BANGKOK, Thailand — The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Mastercard launched the Stopover Bangkok Project at the Thailand Travel Mart Plus 2011 on June 8, 2011 in an effort to encourage poten

Thailand is increasingly committed to green tourism

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - Over the last few years, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has been increasingly refocusing the kingdom as an environment-friendly destination.

Plus turns into minus at Thailand Travel Mart

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - Tourism in Southeast Asia remains deeply influenced by political developments.

Thailand steps up its promotion for Koh Samui

BANGKOK, Samui (eTN) — Rain storms and flooding on Samui Island from March 26 to 28 have seriously affected life on the island, with tourists being blocked from landing, as aircraft could not reach

Thailand tourism ends 2010 with a new record in arrivals

BANGKOK (eTN) - Political turbulences during the first part of the year 2010 raised fears among professionals that Thailand could have further lost visitors last year, a feeling further exacerbated by

Internal Security Act replaces State of Emergency decree in Bangkok

BANGKOK (eTN) - It has been in place since April when the Red Shirts movement took on the streets of Bangkok.

Thailand welcomes Bung Kan as 77th province

Thailand welcomes Bung Kan as its 77th province, which is being carved out of Nong Khai province along the mighty Mekong River in the northeast region commonly called Isan.

TAT presents 12 finalists of Thailand Medical Tourism Blog Contest

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has organized the Thailand Medical Tourism Blog Contest to promote medical tourism in Thailand with prizes worth up to US$20,000.

Thailand capitalizes on tourism growth from Indonesia

BANGKOK (eTN)- The launch on November 7 of four weekly frequencies between Bangkok and Surabaya by Indonesia AirAsia makes the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)bullish on Indonesia's potential as an

Bangkok’s administration still has a lot to learn about PR

BANGKOK (eTN) - Among the different countries of Southeast Asia, Thailand is certainly the one that has been able to capitalize the best on its image.

Hua Hin and its region turned into a spa hub destination

BANGKOK (eTN) - The ceremony increasingly allures Hollywood’s Academy Awards with hundreds of people present at the event gathering.

Thailand tourism seduces India

PHUKET (eTN) - The growth of India's economy has been accompanied by the emergence of an new middle class in the country.

Thailand looks to balance its tourism strategy

BANGKOK (eTN)- Originally the Thailand Travel Mart was scheduled in June, like every year. But political turmoils in April and May forced to postpone the event to September.

Phuket targets the wedding market

PHUKET (eTN) - Southern Thailand’s gem, the island of Phuket, looks further to diversify its product to attract a wider range of travelers.