magic search

Magic Search

If you haven't found what you're looking for try changing some of the options below.

×

Business or Service (ckbox)   Information(ckbox) 

Region (option)   Krabi, All


INFORMATION

Search:
Select business by
Select information by
×

Magic Search

If you haven't found what you're looking for try changing some of the options below.

List directory

Current Region? (click to change)

Current Category? (click to change)

Current Location? (click to change)

Search Thailand directory by part of name

Search Thailand directory

Site wide listing per category

Site wide listing by part of name

 

Follow The Latest Local & Regional News Feeds

Updated every 4 hours

Phuket News
Indian tourists rescued miles offshore from Phi Phi on capsized kayak
PHUKET: An Indian tourist couple from Mumbai are safe after spending hours in the water off Phi Phi Island clinging on to an overturned kayak after they blown offshore by strong winds late yesterday afternoon (Jan 21)
Gold hold-up suspect claims he killed for the thrill
BANGKOK: The suspect arrested for the triple-murder and holdup at a gold shop in Lop Buri two weeks ago is the director of a primary school and claimed he killed to spice up his boring life, according to police sources.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Gold heist killer caught! South Thailand peace talks? 437 schools shut! || January 22
PHUKET XTRA - January 22 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Murderous gold robber caught! |:| Peace talks with BRN launched |:| 1st Thai infected with coronavirus |:| AstroPark to open! |:| BKK City Hall shuts schools over air pollution Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Chinese boy, 10, lands in Phuket suspected of carrying Wuhan flu
PHUKET: A 10-year-old boy from China suspected of being infected with the Wuhan coronavirus is in isolation at Vachira Phuket Hospital after he landed in Phuket on a direct flight from Wuhan with his parents last night (Jan 21).
Lop Buri gold shop killer arrested
PHUKET: Royal Thai Police commander Chakthip Chaichinda has confirmed that one suspect has been arrested for the gold shop robbery and mass shootings in Lop Buri earlier this month that shocked the nation.
First Thai infected with coronavirus as death toll rises to nine
THAILAND: The Public Health Ministry today (Jan 22) confirmed a 73-year-old woman being treated at a hospital in Nakhon Pathom was the first Thai found to be infected with the new strain of coronavirus.
City Hall shuts 437 schools for a day but parents demand drastic action against smog
BANGKOK: Somruethai Thammaporn, a 10-year-old Pathom 6 student at Wat Ratchanatda School in Phra Nakhon district - where the PM2.5 level is the highest - was relieved to hear that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has ordered 437 schools under its jurisdiction to be closed today as air pollution has hit dangerous levels.
China virus hits US shores as death toll reaches six
WORLD: The United States yesterday (Jan 21) announced its first case of a new virus that has claimed six lives in China and sickened hundreds, joining countries around the world in ramping up measures to block its spread.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Illuminati case verdict? Coral catchers caught! Smoggy Bangkok? || January 21
PHUKET XTRA - January 21 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Party found not guilty of opposing monarchy |:| Missing girl could be among victims of killer |:| Expat, Thai wife caught with 160kg of corals |:| Smog blankets Bangkok |:| Phuket Towners urged to keep spare water Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Water supply outage in Wichit
PHUKET: The Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) has announced that the mains water supply will be shut-off in Wichit tomorrow (Jan 22).
 
The Thaiger
Baht will continue to remain strong throughout 2020

The Thai baht will continue to maintain its strength for the rest of 2020. It will remain strong, propelled by the increased surpluses in the Thai current account and the country’s trade balance. Kobsidthi Silpachai, KBank’s head of capital markets research, predicts that the Thai baht will float around 29.75 against the US dollar for […]

The post Baht will continue to remain strong throughout 2020 appeared first on The Thaiger News.


Electric vehicle registrations in Thailand rose 380% in 2019

Electic cars (EVs) are on the rise in Thailand. The Electric Vehicle Association of Thailand (EVAT) reports a sharp increase in the number of electric vehicles registered in 2019. Department of Land Transport statistics show that, as of December 31, there were 2,854 electric vehicle registrations, including 1,572 new cars, up 380% from 2018 when only […]

The post Electric vehicle registrations in Thailand rose 380% in 2019 appeared first on The Thaiger News.


Arrested Lop Buri murder suspect was a provincial headmaster

The director (headmaster) of a Sing Buri school is now in police custody as a suspect in the case of the lone of being the lone gunman in a gold shop robbery at the Robinson’s Shopping Centre in Lop Buri province on January 9. Three people, including a two year old boy, were shot and […]

The post Arrested Lop Buri murder suspect was a provincial headmaster appeared first on The Thaiger News.


Thailand’s PM2.5 micron elephant in the room – OPINION

It’s cars, it’s the polluting buses, it’s people burning too many incense sticks. Every year it’s the same culprits in Bangkok, people driving their cars too much, polluting factories and old buses belching black smoke. All those things contribute to city pollution but are far from the main problem. So the government, reactive as usual, […]

The post Thailand’s PM2.5 micron elephant in the room – OPINION appeared first on The Thaiger News.


Nearly 300,000 Bangkok school students stay at home today as a measure to reduce air pollution

Nearly 300,000 students from 437 schools around Bangkok are having the day off after the Bangkok governor announced they could stay home and avoid the city’s smog. Ironically, today’s city air pollution has reduced to its lowest level in a week. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration suspended classes at 437 public schools for one day and […]

The post Nearly 300,000 Bangkok school students stay at home today as a measure to reduce air pollution appeared first on The Thaiger News.


School headmaster arrested and charged over the Lop Buri gold shop shootings

Police have arrested a man in conjunction with the Lopburi gold shop shootings on January 9. The man is a 38 years old school headmaster from Sing Buri, the adjoining province to the west of Lop Buri in central Thailand. Police report that he has confessed to the shooting of the customers and staff, resulting in three deaths, […]

The post School headmaster arrested and charged over the Lop Buri gold shop shootings appeared first on The Thaiger News.


Thailand is making you fat

“…compare a Big Mac to an average Pad Thai and there’s at least double the kilojoules in the Thai noodle dish.” I came to Thailand as a fit, healthy 70 kilogram Australian. After six years in Thailand I’m now a reasonably fit, healthy 76 kilogram Australian. Why? Well, Thai food, despite its healthy appearance and fresh origins […]

The post Thailand is making you fat appeared first on The Thaiger News.


Strong waves drags pickup and jet ski into the sea in Chonburi

Strong waves have dragged a pickup truck and jet ski into the sea yesterday morning along the shores of Chonburi province, near Pattaya. At around 10:30am, 24 year old Phontawit Pradap used a pickup truck to tow a jet ski from the beach to the water in Saen Suk subdistrict. While he was towing the jet […]

The post Strong waves drags pickup and jet ski into the sea in Chonburi appeared first on The Thaiger News.


Survey shows that Thais feel “less safe”

A recent survey by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, the Suan Dusit Poll, shows that Thais are more concerned about their safety than ever before, citing the country’s economic woes as the reason. The poll was conducted from January 15-18 on 1,365 people throughout the Kingdom of varying education levels and occupations. The survey followed a […]

The post Survey shows that Thais feel “less safe” appeared first on The Thaiger News.


Two Israeli tourists pickpocketed by Pattaya ladyboys

Two Israeli men told Pattaya police that they were robbed by a pair of ladyboys, relieving them of around 2500 baht each. The incident was reported to police on Monday morning. At around 2am the tourists, both 21 year old Israelis, identified as Ahmad Mohammad and 33 year old Mojahad Samir called police to report a […]

The post Two Israeli tourists pickpocketed by Pattaya ladyboys appeared first on The Thaiger News.


 
Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Gold hold-up suspect claims he 'killed for the thrill'
The suspect arrested for the triple-murder and holdup at a gold shop in Lop Buri two weeks ago is the director of a primary school and claimed he killed to spice up his boring life, according to police sources.
Sorrayuth 'adjusting' to life in jail
Former TV news anchor Sorrayuth Suthassanachinda ate and slept well on his first night behind bars after losing his Supreme Court appeal and being sent to jail on Tuesday for embezzlement of MCOT advertising revenue.
Suspect in Lop Buri gold robbery-murders arrested
Police have arrested a suspect in the murder-robbery of a gold shop in Lop Buri two weeks ago, in which a young child and two adults were killed in cold blood.
First Thai infected with coronavirus
The Public Health Ministry on Wednesday confirmed a 73-year-old woman being treated at a hospital in Nakhon Pathom was the first Thai found to be infected with the new strain of coronavirus.
KBank: Baht to rise throughout 2020
The baht's strength is expected to continue throughout this year, buoyed by Thailand's increased surpluses in current account and trade balance coupled with flat growth in imports, says Kasikornbank (KBank).
School's out: Will haze order help?
Somruethai Thammaporn, a 10-year-old Pathom 6 student at Wat Ratchanatda School in Phra Nakhon district -- where the PM2.5 level is the highest -- was relieved to hear that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has ordered 437 schools under its jurisdiction to be closed today as air pollution has hit dangerous levels.
Highs and lows of cannabis growers
Growing cannabis for medical use in a controlled environment is costly and painstaking although the end result looks certain to be economically rewarding for the country, according to the authorities connected to the project.
FFP on defensive as loan battle looms
Despite being acquitted by the Constitutional Court of seeking to overthrow the constitutional monarchy, the Future Forward Party (FFP) is not out of the woods yet, with a case involving a multi-million-baht loan from its leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit pending in court.
PM mulls personal car ban
The government is considering whether to impose a ban on personal car use in affected areas to cope with high levels of hazardous ultra-fine PM2.5 dust particles in the air, if levels exceed 100 microgrammes per cubic metre (µg/m³), twice the safety level.
US confirms first case of China virus on American soil
WASHINGTON - US health authorities on Tuesday announced the first case of a person on American soil sickened by a new virus that emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, and intensified airport health screenings.
 
NationThailand.com - News
Suspect in Lopburi gold heist case arrested 
The suspect in the Lopburi gold heist case, who also allegedly killed three people on January 9, was arrested on Wednesday (January 22), police reports said. 
Investment under Foreign Business Act surges 60% last year
Foreign investment in Thailand, under the Foreign Business Act of 2542, surged 60 per cent year on year to Bt200 billion in 2019.
FWP vows to push on after court verdict
Future Forward Party will continue its campaign as promised to the people after the party successfully escaped dissolution in a Constitutional Court ruling on Tuesday (January 21), said FWP leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit.
Wuhan virus: Singapore to isolate all travellers from China with pneumonia; 7th suspect tests negative
SINGAPORE - With more people infected by the mysterious Wuhan virus and the bug spreading further, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Tuesday (Jan 21) that it is taking more precautionary measures.
Suvarnabhumi launches measures to tackle air pollution in airport area
Suvarnabhumi Airport announced on Tuesday (January 22) that it has deployed measures to counter the PM2.5 problem (dust particulate matter not more than 2.5 microns in diameter) in the vicinity of the airport.
New round of bidding expected in April for gas exploration
The Department of Mineral Fuels is expected to announce the terms of reference for a new round of bidding for a petroleum exploration and production concession in April.
 
Content-type: text/html Unable to open RSS Feed $XMLfilename with error HTTP ERROR: 403, exiting
 
Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Trump relaunches trade battle with Europe
DAVOS: US President Donald Trump relaunched a major trade offensive against Europe on Wednesday, threatening to hit the EU with damaging auto tariffs if Europeans failed to agree a long-delayed trade deal.
Police swoop on pyramid scam suspect
Authorities have raided a Ratchaburi house belonging to a key recruiter for the Mae Manee Ponzi scheme network.
Thailand leaps up global democracy rankings
Thailand was the biggest mover in The Economist Intelligence Unit's 2019 Democracy Index, rising 38 places in the global rankings to become a "flawed democracy" rather than a "hybrid regime".
Australia urges tourists not to cancel holidays
Australian tourism operators have one message for visitors — "we are a massive country and we are open for business."
Gold hold-up suspect claims he 'killed for the thrill'
The suspect arrested for the triple-murder and holdup at a gold shop in Lop Buri two weeks ago is the director of a primary school and claimed he killed to spice up his boring life, according to police sources.
Thailand, HK move towards digital currencies for payments
HONG KONG: The Bank of Thailand and Hong Kong’s central bank said on Wednesday that they had moved a step closer to issuing digital currencies that could be used to make payments between the two countries far more efficiently than at present.
Sorrayuth 'adjusting' to life in jail
Former TV news anchor Sorrayuth Suthassanachinda ate and slept well on his first night behind bars after losing his Supreme Court appeal and being sent to jail on Tuesday for embezzlement of MCOT advertising revenue.
Honda City 1.0 VTEC Turbo RS (2020) review
So much effort has been spent on the City’s new engine that other areas seem modestly improved.
Passenger traffic rate forecast to slow down in Cambodia
PHNOM PENH: Passenger throughput at the three international Cambodian airports in 2020 is forecast to continue to grow but at a slower pace, according to Cambodia Airports, based on figures from the last quarter of 2019.
Greek parliament to elect country's first woman president
ATHENS: A trailblazing judge with particular expertise in environmental law and the constitution will become Greece's first female president on Wednesday.
?
?
?