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THAILAND

Pha Tad waterfall in Kanchanaburi reopens Friday 

Published on 17/07/2024

» KANCHANABURI: Visitors will be allowed to enjoy recreational activities and camping at the Pha Tad waterfall as the popular tourist site in Srinakarin Dam National Park will reopen on Friday after a three-month closure.

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THAILAND

Myanmar strife spurs Ranong Port uptick

News, Supoj Wancharoen, Published on 17/07/2024

» An increase in activity at Ranong Port because of Myanmar's move towards shipping export goods instead of using land routes due to its civil war will benefit the government's Land Bridge project, said Deputy Transport Minister Manaporn Charoensri.

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GENERAL

Airline profits stay stagnant in Asia-Pacific

Business, Molpasorn Shoowong, Published on 21/06/2024

» Asia-Pacific is forecast to have the second-lowest aviation profit per region at US$1.2 per passenger this year, mainly attributed to sluggish growth in China and supply chain disruption, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

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GENERAL

Bid to get Chiang Mai back on climbing map

Business, Narumon Kasemsuk, Published on 19/06/2024

» Chiang Mai tourism operators want to showcase the province's mountainous charms to capture a rock climbing market that boasts 44.5 million enthusiasts worldwide, while urging the government to support the activity and sport in many provinces as it offers great potential to help expand the tourism sector.

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GENERAL

CP chief makes case for nuclear power

Komsan Tortermvasana, Published on 30/05/2024

» Public policies such as a carbon tax, along with innovations including artificial intelligence and nuclear power, are critical for Thailand’s bid to achieve its carbon-zero goals, says Suphachai Chearavanont, chief executive officer of the Charoen Pokphand (CP) Group.

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THAILAND

Bleaching forces diving site closures

News, Published on 25/05/2024

» Snorkelling and diving sites at several marine national parks in five provinces have been closed due to the worsening coral bleaching situation.

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THAILAND

Bleaching affects reefs in Phangnga, Krabi

News, Post Reporters, Published on 22/05/2024

» Seven coral bleaching sites have been found in Moo Koh Surin National Park in Phangnga, and up to 70% of the coral fields around Krabi's Phi Phi Island also suffer from bleaching problems, the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DMCR) said.

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GENERAL

DTP achieves rising UK hotel revenue in successful overseas investment

Published on 13/05/2024

» DTGO Prosperous Limited (DTP), an investment and financial manage-ment company within DTGO, posted results for its 17 UK hotels, operated by a Singapore-listed subsidiary, with strong growth and average occupancy now near 80%. Tourism has seen a rapid post-COVID rebound in the UK, one of the first countries to reopen to foreign visitors.

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WORLD

Stranded Thai ship finally exits Baltimore port

Published on 27/04/2024

» A Thai-flagged vessel is among four cargo ships that have exited the Port of Baltimore via a temporary channel, after being stranded for a month following the collapse of a major bridge.

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THAILAND

Thailand proposes peace plan

News, Poramet Tangsathaporn, Published on 25/04/2024

» Thailand has proposed having three or more Asean member countries work in unison to engage with Myanmar's military junta to ease the crisis and bring about peace in the conflict-torn nation while remaining firm on its stance on humanitarian assistance and promoting peace.