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    Welcome to Thailand’s Endemic Sandbox | GMT

    The Bikini Beach Race to take place in Pattaya this October. An endemic Sandbox has been proposed where nightspots and entertainment would re-open. Thailand is open for business as per the PM. All this and more on todays Good Morning Thailand.

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    Getting Ready to Open Thailand Night Life | GMT

    A tropical cyclone, Thailand getting ready to open its night life, fortune telling tarantulas and prioritising the public needs. All this and more on todays Good Morning Thailand.

  • Thailand News

    Thai Minister wants to ban Facebook, Youtube and Twitter | GMT

    the Minister of Digital Economy and Society, has asked the court to ban access to 42 websites including YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. Thailand government will most likely keep the diesel cap. Phuket eyes 1m arrivals in Q4. Airport mishaps and crazy cults in Thailand. All this and more on todays Good Morining Thailand.

  • Thailand News

    Bad Students, Watching Porn & Lazada Gate | GMT

    A school in Thailand has introduced strict, conservative guidelines that will deduct points off students for not following the school rules. Where does Thailand rank amongst the countries that watch the most amount of Porn? The Royal Thai Army is boycotting Lazada in the latest reaction following an advertisement deemed offensive to Thailand’s monarchy. Marcos Jr returns family to Philippines…

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    “Curb your enthusiasm: Thailand gets real over tourism” | GMT

    Tourism operators are quite calm about the current situation in Thailand and are playing down the over optimistic coming tourism statistics being thrown around. The signs of the times, billboard advertisements are doing poorly. We look at the current real estate trends in Phuket and talk to developed Doug Ferguson about his development Trichada. Maya Bay close again and more…

  • Thailand News

    Thailand Pass to be Scrapped for Thais? | GMT

    The health minister will propose to the government to cancel the Thailand Pass but for Thais first? TAT says the country is still on track to hit 20 mil tourists this year. We look at the pandemic effects on Education in Thailand and a spirit house snafu. All this and more on today’s Good Morning Thailand.

  • Thailand News

    Thai tourism to recover drastically by next year? | GMT

    Thailand’s PM has pushed back the introduction of a 300 baht ‘entry fee’ for tourists. Thai PM expects tourism to recover to half of pre-pandemic levels by next year. Phuket is counting down to declaring Covid-19 an endemic disease. Thailand’s press freedom ranking improves this year. All this and more on todays Good Morning Thailand

  • Thailand News

    Pattaya walking street makeover – Safer, better and more secure I GMT

    Pattaya walking street makeover and officials meet to discuss re-opening of bars and extension of curfew times. Fugitive accused in Thailand murder dies in plane crash. Thai man finally cremates wife after keeping her body for 21 years. Thai PM Prayut warns about fake 1000 baht banknotes. All this and more on todays Good Morning Thailand.

  • Thailand News

    Thailand Pass to be dropped on June 1 | GMT

    The Tourism and sports ministry has said that the cancellation of Thailand Pass registration is expected to take place on June 1. Controversy surrounding a famous Youtuber catching hermit crabs and ministers promoting cancel culture. Truck drivers rally, Postal prices increase but nothing will stop Justin Bieber from coming to Thailand. All this and more on todays Good Morning Thailand.

  • Thailand News

    Test & Go, then test again I GMT

      Thailand resumes TEST & GO scheme, reopens Pattaya and Ko Chang Sandbox from 1 February 2022, but with new changes and amendments. A wildlife youtuber has discovered a new species of tarantula in Thailand and 20 baht bills in Thailand are getting a modern polymer update on March 24.

  • Tourism News

    Have a Test & Go QR code to enter Thailand? Read this.

    Details emerging from last Friday’s deliberations by the CCSA have now been published in the Royal Gazette, enacting them into law. Missing from the published guidelines about changes to the Thailand Pass, is any reference to a cut-off date which was both stated and then published by government representatives on Friday following a meeting of the CCSA. Speaking to the…