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Phuket News
Chinese tourists for Phuket ‘bubble’
PHUKET: The Tourism and Sports Ministry will target specific provinces in China in a campaign to attract visitors back the resort island as travel restrictions are eased.
TAT Governor marks more than 100 Phuket tourism operators awarded SHA certification
PHUKET: Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Governor Yuthasak Supasorn was in Phuket yesterday (July 2) to mark more than 100 Phuket tourism industry operators being certified under the Amazing Thailand Safety & Health Administration scheme.
Police track Phuket post office, Kerry Express thief to Phang Nga
PHUKET: Wichit Police have tracked down and arrested a man in Thai Mueng, Phang Nga, after he broke into a Thailand Post Office and two Kerry Express offices in Phuket.
Phuket Provincial Police confirm alcohol ban
PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police have announced today that the alcohol ban for the major Buddhist religious holidays Asarnha Bucha and Khao Phansa will be in effect this Sunday and Monday (July 5-6).
CCSA fears infections surge over long weekend
BANGKOK: The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is concerned that a mass exodus of Thais expected to travel to their provincial homes during the long holiday on July 4-7 could lead to a new surge in COVID-19 infections, spokesman Taweesin Visanuyothin said.
Phuket bar rules revealed, operators warned to comply or face closure
PHUKET: Public health officials in Patong have released the full list of official regulations that pubs, bars and other entertainment venues in Phuket must comply with. Failure to do so will result in stern action, and the venue may be shut down.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Bangla Road slowly reopens! Phuket cops investigates over illegal casinos? || July 2
PHUKET XTRA - July 2 || Brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Health checks hit Bangla on first night of reopening |:| Patong entertainment president pleas for gov’t support |:| 6 new Covid quarantine cases in Thailand |:| Phuket police investigated over illegal gambling! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Certificate of entry from Thai embassy or consulate required for foreigners to enter Thailand
BANGKOK: The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) today (July 2) issued the “Notification on Conditions for Aircraft Permission to Enter Thailand (No.2)”, reiterating that its ban on international commercial aircraft remains in place, reports the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
Patong entertainment president pleas for government assistance
PHUKET: While the pubs and bars along Bangla Road in Patong yesterday were readying to open their doors for the first time since Phuket went under lockdown in early April, key figures in Patong’s nightlife industry were presenting to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Tourism in Bangkok an official request for assistance to help nightlife venue owners in Patong.
Leatherback turtle nest found at Thai Mueang
PHUKET: A nest of leatherback turtle eggs found on Thai Mueang Beach, north of Phuket, is believed to have been laid by the same turtle that came ashore at Mai Khao Beach last Sunday.
 
The Thaiger
Hospital director proposes importing overseas Covid-19 patients for treatment

With the Covid-19 situation in Thailand apparently well in hand (there have been no locally transmitted cases for well over a month), a hospital director in Bangkok is proposing flying in patients from abroad for treatment at his hospital. The director of Mongkutwattana Hospital is considering medical flights to bring international Covid-19 cases to the […]

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Thailand targeting specific Chinese provinces for “tourism bubble”

Thailand’s minister of tourism and sports says his ministry will target specific provinces in China in a bid to attract tourists back to the resort island of Phuket as travel restrictions are gradually eased. Pipat Ratchakijprakarn says the ministry will not splash out money launching a tourist campaign all across China but rather target some […]

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Visa amnesty extension for foreigners “being considered”

Thailand’s Immigration Bureau is considering extending the current visa amnesty for foreigners stranded in Thailand. The Foreign Ministry’s deputy spokesperson made the announcement at this morning’s daily Covid-19 briefing by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration. The Cabinet’s last resolution was to grant an automatic visa extension for foreigners stranded here to stay until July […]

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Bangkok’s shopping malls struggle under tourist ban, fierce competition

Suvarnabhumi, the name of Bangkok’s second international airport, means “realm of gold,” and was given by His Majesty the late King Rama IX to Bangkok’s eastern outskirts (technically in Samut Prakhan province), once a marshland called Nong Nguhao (Cobra Swamp). With its overtones of wealth, the name represents the hopes of developers, who are turning […]

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Woman survives 4 storey fall in Pattaya – VIDEO

A young woman who fell from a 4th floor balcony in Pattaya early this morning has survived with only minor injuries. Police and rescue workers were notified of the incident at an apartment in Soi South Pattaya 1 at around 3am. Emergency responders and reporters arrived at the scene to find the injured woman, 22 […]

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Medical, wellness tourists will be first to be allowed in: CCSA

The government plans to allow local tours for overseas medical and wellness tourists beginning this month, and the start of tourism “travel bubbles” in September. Taweesilp Visanuyothin, spokesman for the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, said medical and wellness tourists will be welcomed from this month on. If they are properly handled during their 14 […]

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Chon Buri police hire a steam roller to destroy over 700 illegal motorbike exhausts

Since the national curfew was lifted last month, illegal motorbike racing has returned to Thailand’s streets with increased popularity. From June 20-30, police arrested more than 5,600 racers and seized more than 17,700 motorcycles nationwide. Chon Buri Police yesterday used a steam roller to very publicly crush more than 700 illegal exhaust pipes seized from […]

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Finalised “travel bubble” list to be submitted to CCSA

Thailand’s tourism and sports minister says foreign tourists will be allowed back into the Kingdom in August under a 3 phase “travel bubble“ strategy, which will include countries who are considered at a low-risk of the Covid-19 contagion and will be allowed to travel on specific routes or itineraries “booked through small agencies.” After discussions […]

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Chiang Mai International Airport sees more traffic

Northern Thailand’s gateway airport is recovering some of its flight and passenger traffic. With the easing of travel restrictions enforced to fight the spread of Covid-19, the director of Chiang Mai’s international airport says traffic is picking up, and more flights and passengers are expected this month. On average, the airport received 40 flights and […]

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Department warns women over surrogate motherhood dangers abroad

A string of arrests in what has been dubbed the “wombs for hire” scandal shocked the nation in February; now Thai Women, tempted to earn money by becoming surrogate mothers, are being warned about the potential health and social implications, especially in countries where there are no surrogacy laws to protect them. The director-general of […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Thai cities getting pricier for expats
Bangkok and Chiang Mai remain among the 30 most expensive cities for expats in Asia, with Ashgabat in Turkmenistan still on top of the global and Asian tables.
Local tours planned for medical tourists
The government is planning for local tours for medical and wellness tourists from overseas from next month, and the start of tourism "travel bubbles" in September, a senior spokesman said on Friday .
Bahrain returnee covid-infected
The government on Friday reported one new case of Covid-19 infection, a quarantined returnee from Bahrain, raising the total to 3,180.
Pandemic gives Prayut leverage to extend stay in power
It is a year since Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha returned to power as a civilian leader, but his government already has its sights set on staying in power beyond the remaining three years of its term.
Union calls for review of mass lay-offs
The labour union of the Education Ministry’s textbook publishing and sales business, known as Suksapan, is demanding a review of the mass layoffs announced this week, blaming mismanagement for the organisation’s financial problems.
Local flights pick up steam in North
Air traffic at the Chiang Mai international airport is picking up with more flights and passengers expected this month, said Amornrat Chumsai Na Ayutthaya, the airport director.
Contact sports wait for virus all clear
Attention is now focusing on when the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) will allow contact sports like boxing and football to resume after night entertainment venues opened their doors in the fifth phase of lockdown easing.
Surrogate mothers warned of dangers
Women tempted to earn money by becoming surrogate mothers in countries where there are no laws to regulate the practice have been warned about its potential health and social implications.
Govt wants to attract US tech firms
US investors are being urged to develop a Silicon Valley-like centre for innovative tech firms in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), with the government pledging to devise special promotion packages for them.
5,600 racers caught in 11 days
Police arrested more than 5,600 street racers and seized over 17,700 bikes in 11 days after the night curfew was lifted.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Thai cities getting pricier for expats
Bangkok and Chiang Mai remain among the 30 most expensive cities for expats in Asia, with Ashgabat in Turkmenistan still on top of the global and Asian tables.
Japan plots shift from coal to renewable energy
TOKYO: Japan will begin discussions this month on concrete steps to reduce its dependence on coal and shift towards renewable energy sources to cut down on carbon emissions, Industry Minister Hiroshi Kajiyama said Friday.
Suvarnabhumi shows off quick Covid tests
Suvarnabhumi airport on Friday unveiled rapid coronavirus tests that will be offered for some overseas arrivals now that the three-month ban on foreign visitors has been partially lifted.
China taking on more conflict around the world
BEIJING: From remote Himalayan valleys to small tropical islands and tense Western capitals, an increasingly assertive China is taking on conflicts around the world like never before as the United States retreats.
Prince Andrew 'bewildered' by US investigators' claims
LONDON: Prince Andrew is "bewildered" by claims he is stonewalling a US investigation into the alleged sex trafficking of minors by British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, his legal team said Friday.
French government resigns, Macron sets 'new course'
PARIS: The French government resigned oon Friday ahead of a cabinet reshuffle that President Emmanuel Macron says will set out a "new course" as the country grapples with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
Let's hit the road
The government is banking on increased domestic travel to save the tourism sector, with the coronavirus pandemic still keeping foreigners home. BKPgraphic | Kanokporn Laorvilai
Chinese tourists for Phuket 'bubble'
PHUKET: The Tourism and Sports Ministry will target specific provinces in China in a campaign to attract visitors back the resort island as travel restrictions are eased.
Local tours planned for medical tourists
The government is planning for local tours for medical and wellness tourists from overseas from next month, and the start of tourism "travel bubbles" in September, a senior spokesman said on Friday .
Bahrain returnee covid-infected
The government on Friday reported one new case of Covid-19 infection, a quarantined returnee from Bahrain, raising the total to 3,180.
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