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The Nepal Tourism Board is holding a special event on Saturday (September 26) to mark Prince Siddhartha Gautam Buddhaâs decision to give up palatial luxury to search for truth 2615 years ago.
Nong Nooch Tropical Garden is hoping free entry and six new life-size dinosaur statues will help bring back visitors next month.
Four Points by Sheraton Phuket Patong Beach Resort will welcome guests to a vibrant world of art when it opens its doors on October 1.
Tourism authorities are planning to market Loei province as a world-class destination, as the government works on stimulating the countryâs tourism sector.
Leading hotel and property developer, Dusit International, has teamed up with several partners to rollout new vacation packages that offer affordable stays at Dusit hotels and resorts nationwide.
Forget the flute of chilled Moet & Chandon before takeoff, midflight gin and tonics and a roaming dessert trolley after dinner. Flying business class isn't what it used to be.
Pha Sam Kleur viewpoint in Nakhon Ratchasima is welcoming back tourists with its stunning views of Thap Lan National Parkâs emerald mountains and turquoise Lam Sae reservoir.
The pink rice field that Phitsanulokâs Ta Pho subdistrict is so famous for will be open to tourists from October 1.
Bryde's whales are being seen again in the Gulf of Thailand, thanks to the abundance of food resources, which has drawn the attention of tourists.
After making headlines for the demolition of a 130-year-old heritage treasure earlier this year, Phrae is quietly building a reputation as Thailandâs conservation capital.
GREAT KINMEN ISLAND, Taiwan - From here, China feels palpably close. So does the memory of war.
The Bang Saen beach in Chonburi province was crowded with visitors on Sunday (September 6), as people from all over the country came in large numbers during the extended holiday weekend.
In a move to mark the upcoming long weekend, King Power Mahanakhon is granting free access to its famous Mahanakhon Skywalk to adults above the age of 60 and youngsters below 18 with every purchase of a Bt880 ticket.
Nearly 30 wreathed hornbills fearlessly spread their wings over Mae Wong National Park, a sight rarely seen in over a decade.