From Pattaya Expats FB page, can't find an official link.
Foreigners applying for non-immigrant (O-A) visas for stays in Thailand of up to one year are now required to have a health insurance policy with minimum coverage of three million baht for in-patient medical fees, instead of the previous 400,000 baht.
Absolutely. You should be an expert at choosing the best flights by now!
I recall flying AirAsiaX's 1st A330's, ex Canadian airline IIRC, 8hrs from Gold Coast QLD to KUL when they 1st started. Seating was fixed, no recline, and I nearly didn't book again. Fortunately they had new AC on order and the difference was chalk and cheese.
Phuket’s Life Home Project Foundation has recently become a recognised global partner of GlobalGiving. The non-profit organisation announced that they had graduated from the GlobalGiving Accelerator programme after successfully raising funds for one of their projects. That project called “Help HIV+ Thai Children finish the school year 2021-2022,” saw donations from 43 unique individuals in the amount of US$7,805. The CEO of GlobalGiving, Alix Guerrier, says Life Home Project has met his organisation’s strict requirements in order to become a recognised partner. “We’re thrilled to have Life Home Project Foundation as part of our community. They have met our rigorous […]
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