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Eugene Goes Thailand – Goodbye 2011, Hello 2012

Eugene Goes Thailand – Koh Nang Yuan (Chumphon, Thailand) Dear Friends & Visitors, 2011 was an exciting and a record breaking year for me!!! I have been to Thailand 14 times in a year. Travelled to many amazing places in Thailand such as Hatyai, Phatthalung, Songkhla, Krabi, Surat Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Koh Samui, Prachuap [...]

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Beautiful Thailand – TAT Governor Mr Suraphon Svetasreni leads Ayutthaya Big Clean Up Day 2011 in Celebration of His Majesty the King’s 84th Birthday

TAT Governor Mr. Suraphon Svetasreni delivering his welcome speech (Ayutthaya, Thailand) In celebration of His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 84th Birthday, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) united with the Thai tourism industry to clean up flood areas in Ayutthaya as well as the launch of a short tactical campaign under the slogan of “Beautiful [...]

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Latest Thailand Floods Update (29 Nov 2011) – Interview with Suraphon Svetasreni, Governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand by Bloomberg TV and Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)

Tourism Authority of Thailand Governor Suraphon Svetasreni   Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) spoke with Tourism Authority of Thailand Governor Suraphon Svetasreni at the PATA Thailand Chapter Quarterly Luncheon Meeting at the JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok on Nov 23, 2011. The Governor is confident that Thailand is ready to welcome tourists. An interview with Tourism [...]

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Latest Thailand Floods Update (25 Nov 2011) – THAI Offers Special Fare to Revive Industrial Sector After Flood

Thai Airways International on the runway (Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport) Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) is offering special fares for employees of flood-affected industries who need to travel to Vietnam and Japan, in order to revive the industrial sector. Mr. Pandit Chanapai, THAI Executive Vice President of Commercial, said that as the flood in [...]

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Classic Images of Thailand – The iconic Buddha’s Head at Wat Mahathat from Ayutthaya

Notice the high water mark above my height (1,79m)…Amazing!!! (Photo taken on 18 November 2011, Ayutthaya) Located less than 80km north of Bangkok, Ayutthaya is a good place to visit if you are interested to learn more about Ayutthaya’s heritage. Before its sacking by the Burmese in 1767, Ayutthaya was one of the most powerful [...]

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Latest Thailand Floods Update for Tourists (19 Nov 2011) – Business as usual at Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market

Please to inform that business as usual at Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market (JJ Market) on 19 November 2011. A relaxing afternoon at Chatuchak Weekend Market on 19 November 2011

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