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    Incredible spots for cliff jumping in Thailand

    Thailand’s natural beauty attracts adventure-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts from all around the globe. For many people, exploring Thailand is incomplete without some adrenaline. And what’s more thrilling than jumping off a cliff and free-falling into the country’s sparkling waters? If you’re seeking some adrenaline rush in Thailand, here are some of the best cliff-jumping spots to take your vacations to…

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    Prohibited goods in Thailand: What not to pack for your trip

    If you’re gearing up for an adventure in the Land of Smiles, you’ve probably got your packing list all sorted out. But before you zip up that suitcase, make sure you’re clued in on Thailand’s customs rules. We don’t want you to have any nasty surprises at the airport, do we? So, here’s a lowdown on what’s a no-no when…

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    Exploring the streets of Thailand: A foodie’s guide to street food

    Do you call yourself a foodie? Looking for a culinary adventure? Then you’ll love exploring the streets of Thailand! From the bustling night markets to the fragrant street stalls, Thailand is a foodie’s paradise. In this article, we’ll take you on a tour of the best street food that Thailand has to offer. So get ready for a delicious exploration…

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    Escape to paradise: A guide to Thailand’s islands

    Ready to embark on a journey to some of the most beautiful islands in the world? If you said yes, then the incredible Thai islands are ready to be explored. From the paradise-like Koh Yao Islands to the relaxing Koh Similan, Thai islands are the perfect place for anyone looking for a tropical escape. The Koh Yao Islands: A Dreamy…

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    How to get around Thailand on a budget (2023)

    Travelling around Thailand on a budget can be a great way to explore this beautiful country while still saving money. Here are some tips and tricks to help you get around Thailand on a budget. 1. Travel by bus or train The bus system in Thailand is extensive and covers the whole country. It’s a great way to get from…

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    Dining carriages and catering trolleys return to Thai trains

    Dining carriages and catering trolleys are back in service on Thailand’s trains after a two-year hiatus, according to the State Railway of Thailand (SRT). The SRT suspended all food and drink services in April 2020 to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Certain busy routes stop running completely to prevent outbreaks of the virus. However, Thailand is slowly but surely moving…

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    Why Is Thailand So Cheap?

    https://youtu.be/2kRDnypF9S4 Thailand is one of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations, thanks to its rich culture, delectable cuisine, and sun-kissed beaches. But, aside from the fascinating sights, another significant benefit draws visitors from all over the world. Thailand is also extremely reasonably priced! But why? We listed a few reasons. Why is Thailand so cheap? Thailand is reasonably priced for the…

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    Traveling in Thailand? What’s better, North or South of Thailand?

    So you’re in Bangkok but can’t decide where to head next? Between the rolling hills of the north and the pristine beaches in the south, it can be hard to choose which part of Thailand you should travel to. So, to help you decide, we have broken down the differences between the north and south of Thailand in this video.…

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    Thailand’s 45-Day Visa Exemption Stamp & 30 days for VoA

    https://youtu.be/t37I2Bwf3K8 Thailand brings back the 45-Day Visa Exemption stamp that was briefly in place from mid-2021 and has now been put into place for entries effective October 1, 2022. Thailand’s Visa Starting October 1, 2022, until March 31, 2023, travellers will be allowed to stay for 30 days or 45 days without prior approval of a Thai visa. During this…

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    Thai people – 13 types of smiles of Thai people

    https://youtu.be/f6Q5Jtp1Bzc Thai people have 13 different types of smiles, that’s why Thailand is called the land of smiles. *flash a smile- ping sound* But not all smiles are created equal though, out of the 13 smiles? only 3 are happy ones. *crying sounds* This is why it might be a bit hard for non-Thais to understand why some Thai people…

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    Tourist Attractions To Open For Longer Hours | GMT

      Tourist Attractions To Open For Longer Hours Tourist Attractions To Open For Longer Hours. Thai TikTok star detained at Singapore airport over a massive amount of cash. 6-hour whiskey drinking contest draws criticism. Small children in Pattaya learn to get help when locked in hot cars. – all are coming up today.

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    Why you should visit a wellness retreat in Thailand

    Dreaming of a holiday where you can escape the stresses of everyday life and rejuvenate your mind and body? If yes, then going on a wellness retreat in Thailand might be the answer for you! While a vacation away from your daily routine and a change of scenery might sound ideal, a retreat would be even better, especially if you…

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    Thailand News Today | Thai military triggered by Lazada ad

    Following yesterday’s report that Lazada was banned from entering Royal Thai Army bases, now the Royal Thai Navy and Air Force have also joined the boycott, stating that a zero-tolerance policy “will be considered” as they claim Lazada ads “could drag Thai society down”. The boycotting of Lazada has emerged from an ad campaign launched last week on TikTok, which has…

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    Thailand News Update | Tourism Tax for Foreigners pushed back

    Thailand’s PM has pushed back the introduction of a 300 baht ‘entry fee’ for international tourists arriving in the kingdom. Since Test & Go, Sandbox and other entry restrictions were dropped on May 1, Thailand has experienced a surge in international arrivals. If tourism levels continue to climb and significantly improve national income this year, it might not be necessary…

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    Thailand ranked one of 10 safest travel destinations

    Thailand slid into 8th place in a survey of 1,500 Americans on the world’s safest travel destinations but is still in the world’s top 10. Canada snagged the winning spot during this survey in 1st place, followed by Iceland, Sweden, Japan, Ireland, Switzerland, South Korea, Thailand, New Zealand and Australia. The survey was taken by travel insurance provider Berkshire Hathaway…

  • Covid-19 News

    Thailand’s Ministry of Interior urges tight Covid enforcement during Songkran

    The Permanent Secretary of Thailand’s Ministry of Interior is calling on provincial governors to “rigidly enforce Covid-19 restrictions” during the looming Songkran annual break. The Permanent Secretary, Suthipong Julcharoe, also suggested 10 “Universal Prevention” methods. These include frequent handwashing and not touching your face, as well as vulnerable groups staying at home. Suthipong also suggested “double masking” (wearing 2 face…

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    Thailand Top Stories | TAT explains entry for travellers outside quarantine exemption list | October 26

    Natty gives us a quick update on the national Covid-19 situation as well as the top headlines in Thailand and around the region: TAT explains entry for travelers outside quarantine exemption list, Bangkok and surrounding provinces warned to prepare for dust pollution, Flights to Mae Hong Son to finally resume next month,Qantas to resume flights from Sydney to Bangkok and…

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    Top 5 places to visit in Lampang – Local Edition

    Lampang is a city in northern Thailand that is filled with natural beauty. Many people even refer to Lampang as “the dream city”. Lampang, known for its horse-drawn carriages and its provincial emblem of a cockerel, has a long history of human settlements on the Wang River basin, some of which date back more than 1,000 years. It is rich…

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    Spend summer in Thailand like a local

    Thailand is a top tourism destination because of its historic landmarks, beautiful natural scenery, and resorts. Summer in Thailand promises to be amazing! When the weather warms up, the city bursts with vitality so it’s time to start ticking off our incredible list of things to do in Thailand this summer. We’ve put together a local list of the top 5 places…