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  • Tom 10:54 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , Bang Bao pier, , , , , , , , , , sports, , , , ,   

    Asian Fishing Tournament begins in Ko Chang 

    Lonely Beach Koh Chang Island Thailand

    Lonely Beach, Koh Chang Island, Thailand: picasaweb.google.com

    The International Fishing Cup Tournament Asia kicked off on Friday in Ko Chang, Trat province. 15 fishing teams from Asian countries including Thailand have signed up for the competition.

    Major General Jaraspim Therarak, the manager of the Designated Area for Sustainable Tourism Administration (DASTA), yesterday presided over the opening ceremony of Ko Chang International Fishing Cup Tournament Asia at Bang Bao pier on the island. The event is jointly organized by the International Fishing Angler’s Associate, Tourism Authority of Thailand, and Trat Tourism Business Association. More than 15 fishing teams from Korea, Japan, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Thailand have taken part in the competition. (More …)

  • Tom 6:01 pm on October 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: Labor, Labor Union, , , sports, , , train, Union   

    Tourism and Sports: Railway strike affects tourism 

    the State Railway of Thailand

    The Tourism and Sports minister admits the current railway strike is impacting tourism, believing the problem will end in 2 days.

    Minister of Tourism and Sports Chumpol Silpa-archa assured that the strike would be resolved soon because Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and Transport Minister Sopon Zarum were capable of handling the problem. The minister expressed his belief that the railway strike was not politically motivated and it was only an internal affair of the State Railway of Thailand (SRT). (More …)

  • Tom 7:05 pm on September 16, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , authenticity, , , , currency exchange rates, , , Discovery Center, , , glitzy show, , , , MBK, , , nightlife, Ratchaprasong, , , Siam Square, , , sports, , , , , , traditional Irish pub, , , , uiet bar, ,   

    Thailand: World’s Leading Destination for Value for Money 

    Thailand World Destination Value for Money

    With fluctuating oil prices, dwindling global economies and volatile currency exchange rates, travelers are now, more than ever, seeking out tourism destinations which offer the upmost value for money.

    This is where Thailand, the Land of Smiles and the tourism epicenter of Southeast Asia steps in and paves the way; a country where those with higher spending power can enjoy a luxury 5-star hotel room (Luxury Hotels Thailand) for just a 100 Euro and an exquisitely romantic buffet dinner cruise for 60 Euro. Then, for those on a budget (Budget Hotels Thailand)  an exotically located beach bungalow (Beach Resorts Reservations) can be had for 15 Euro and a dish of tasty shrimp fried rice for even less than a Euro. (More …)

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