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  • Tom 3:23 pm on December 3, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , , , King Cup, Ko Aso, Ko Hi, Ko Kaeo Noi, Nai Harn Beach, Olympic, , Phuket King Cup Regatta, Phuket King’s Regatta, Phuket Regatta, ,   

    23rd Phuket King´s Cup Regatta on its 2nd day 

    Phuket King’s Regatta

    Phuket King’s Regatta

    Asia’s biggest and most popular regatta, the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta, is in its 2nd day of racing today with a fleet of 111 boats across 11 divisions.

    All fleets will converge at the Ko Kaeo Noi first gate before leaving for Ko Hi and Ko Aso islands. They will head back through two gates and then finish at Nai Harn Beach.

    The race is held for 5 days, with the last day coinciding with HM the King’s 82nd birthday anniversary on 5 December.

    Athletes representing 33 nations will attend this year’s competition and it will attract 2,000 visitors. (More …)

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  • Tom 5:47 pm on September 7, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , authentic, , , boat, Boat Racing, , , Chao Phaya, Chao Phaya River, , Craft, Dragon Boat, handcraft, , , , Olympic, Pathum Thani, Penang, , races, Rangsit, , , , , Swan Boat, swan boat races, , , Wat Phai Lom,   

    International Swan Boat Races 

    Swan Boat Races

    Swan Boat Races

    Teams compete for prizes in the 21st annual swan boat races at the Bang Sai Royal Folk Arts and Craft Centre, 19 to 20 September.

    Bang Sai Royal Folk Arts and Crafts Centre, Ayutthaya province, is worth visiting any time of the year, but it has a special fascination for visitors in September, when the riverside complex hosts the annual international swan boat races.

    Now in its 21st year, the dates were changed this year to 19 to 20 September moving back a week from its usual mid-month slot. But it still promises to be a tough, contested, series of races with nine international teams, mainly from around Asia, vying for the annual trophy. (More …)

     
    • UTExplorers 4:43 am on September 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      This year the tourism industry of Thailand has been hurt by all sorts of bad publicity, causing tourists to lose confidence in traveling safely to Thailand. To counteract this false perception of Thailand, the TAT has launched “The Ultimate Thailand Explorers” event to create positive awareness of Thailand and inspiration for worldwide tourists to travel here, particularly through the use of the internet and web blogs, which influence tourists the most.

      The Tourism Authority of Thailand therefore invites all interested parties to attend a press conference for “The Ultimate Thailand Explorers” project launch on Monday, September 14 from 14:00 to 16:00 in Lotus Suite 5-7, Centara Grand at Central World. This event is an exciting integrated online travel competition that will promote various Thailand destinations through various social and travel related websites.
      Hope to see you there !

  • Tom 6:14 pm on September 1, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , Asian Games 2010, Asian Games 2010 Guang Zhou, athletics, badminton, , , , , clay shooting, , , Guang Zhou, hina, , , long jump, Olympic, Olympic Games, Olympic Games 2010, Olympic Games 2014, , shooting, , , taekwando, targets, , , , weightlifting, womens boxing, wrestling,   

    Thailand cuts gold medal targets in Olympic Games 

    gold medal Olympic Games

    Thailand cut gold medal targets from the Olympic Games 2010 to 7 medals and the Olympic Games 2014 to 15 medals, while expecting to get 19 medals from Asian Games 2010 and 190 medals from 25th SEA Games.

    Permanent Secretary for Tourism and Sport Dr. Sasithara Pichaicharnnarong today chaired the strategic plan meeting for promoting sports. After the meeting she revealed that the Minister of Tourism and Sport Mr. Chumpol Silpa-archa had ordered the postponement of the plan implementation from this year to next year in order to match with the budget. (More …)

     
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