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  • Thailand News

    Japan’s hotspots for Golden Week getaways

    As Japan gears up for its Golden Week, holidaymakers hunt for the perfect getaway destination. The latest data from travel giant Agoda unveils an intriguing trend: Thailand is stealing the spotlight. Amidst the anticipation for Golden Week, which stretches from April 29 to May 6 this year, Japanese wanderlusts are setting their sights on Thailand like never before, making it…

  • Thailand News

    Agoda reveals hotspots: Bangkok heats up rankings

    Agoda unveiled the hottest must-visit destinations with the Big Mango, Bangkok sizzling in second place. Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam emerged as the unrivalled favourites, igniting a tourism frenzy in the first month alone. Moreover, Malaysia and South Korea are hot on their heels, rounding up the top five inbound markets. According to Agoda’s January 2024 booking rankings, Asian travel destinations have…

  • Pattaya News

    Pattaya retains travelers’ top spot during Mother’s Day holiday

    Pattaya‘s status as a hotspot for families is once again confirmed as online booking firm Agoda discloses that the resort city holds its charm for domestic travellers anticipating their extended Mother’s Day holiday. According to data derived from Agoda, Pattaya emanates an irresistible allure to Thai vacationers planning their holiday from August 12th to the 14th in observance of National…

  • Economy News

    Thailand tourism thrives as it ranks second in global travel, Bangkok tops city list

    Thailand tourism continues to thrive, as online travel platform Agoda recently revealed that the country holds the title of the second most popular destination for travellers worldwide, with Bangkok topping the list of favourite cities for global travellers. The ranking came from an analysis of booking data collected from January to May of the current year, shared by government spokesman…

  • Thailand video news

    Phi phi rakes in more than 1 million baht per day | GMT

    https://youtu.be/9rJmmLO5ck0 Entry fees to Thailand’s Phi-Phi islands have been reeling in about 1 million baht a day for the country’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, since the introduction of the e-ticketing system last July. Chiang Mai‘s work from home measure, introduced by the provincial administration yesterday will continue until tomorrow (Sunday), Thai PBS reported. This is due…

  • Thailand video news

    Top 5 Cheapest Tourist Destinations in Thailand | GMT

    https://youtu.be/ahRBBMxMp74 The latest episode of GMT is filled with news from Thailand, ranging from bizarre to tragic incidents that occurred in the country. One of the most prominent incidents mentioned is the arrest of a young British man for destroying property at a 7-Eleven store in the Pathumwan district of Bangkok. This is just one example of the country’s growing…

  • Tourism News

    Agoda reveals top 5 cheapest tourist destinations in Thailand

    Khon Kaen – the capital of Isaan – is the cheapest tourist destination in Thailand, offering the most competitive room rates, according to online travel giant Agoda. The average going room rate in Khon Kaen on Agoda’s platform is 1,030 Thai baht (US$30). Joining Khon Kaen in the top five most affordable tourist destinations in Thailand – based on average room…

  • Tourism News

    Tourism Authority of Thailand partners with Agoda, Alipay, Klook and KKDay

    Tourism Authority of Thailand has joined forces with Agoda, Alipay, Klook and KKDay in a new joint marketing initiative aimed at increasing tourism in the kingdom. Each of the platforms will launch promotions and campaigns to boost tourism in Thailand and enhance awareness of experience-based tourism activities in major and secondary Thai destinations. Representatives from the four online platforms joined TAT…

  • Thailand News

    Agoda: Thailand leading Asia bookings post-pandemic

    Popular booking website Agoda says Thailand is one of the first Asian countries to see tourism rebound after the Covid-19 pandemic. Omri Morgenshtern, Agoda’s chief executive says even though the inbound search rate for Thailand on the website was 39% lower than in the same period in 2019, it has begun to rise since the beginning of 2022. “Thailand is…

  • Thailand Travel

    Bangkok is No.1 most popular tourist destination on Agoda in 2022

    Online travel booking platform Agoda reveals that Bangkok takes the No.1 spot as the world’s hottest holiday destination this year, according to its latest booking data assessment. The removal of Covid-19-related entry requirements such as Test & Go and the Thailand Pass is thought to have driven the City of Angels to the top of the list this summer. Pattaya…

  • Thailand News

    Thailand takes number one spot as most searched destination on Agoda

    Thailand is the most searched destination in the world for trips in the next six months, according to the travel search engine giant Agoda. Thailand has seen a 500% increase in searches on Agoda from January to March 2022. The top three incoming travellers to Thailand are from Japan (#1), the US (#2) and Singapore (#3). Travelling into Thailand can…

  • Northern Thailand News

    Khao Yai hotel threatening 3 million baht lawsuit for bad review named

    More details have emerged as the hotel in Khao Yai in Nakhon Ratchasima has held tight in their vow to sue a woman who left a slightly negative review for 3 million baht. The names of the resort and the woman involved were made more public as a lawyer representing the woman gave details about the incident. Sittra Biebangkerd said…

  • Technology News

    Top 10 most useful apps in Thailand for expats and tourists

    Apps have changed the way we do a lot of daily, ordinary, tasks. Living in Thailand ,we have bench tested a range of apps and decided on the Top 10 most useful apps currently available, most of them are free, or have a free version. So many previously complicated or time-consuming tasks are now so much simpler, and sitting in…

  • Covid-19 News

    Health Ministry teams up with Agoda to offer quarantine hotel packages

    Anyone planning a visit or a return to Thailand can now book their quarantine stay through Agoda, following a deal between the Public Health Ministry and the hotel booking platform. Deputy Public Health Minister Satit Pitutecha announced the agreement yesterday, at a launch event at the Mövenpick Hotel BDMS Wellness Resort in Bangkok, in the company of Tares Krassanairawiwong from…