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Updated: 17 hours 36 min ago
Thailand is once again set to be the second-hottest destination for Chinese travellers, behind Japan, during National Day Golden Week from October 1-7, one of the countryâs busiest travel periods, according to booking data from Agoda.
Suphan Buri adds to its plethora of tourist attractions with the opening of the Saphan Khong Floating Market, a new landmark in Ban Ton Tan Subdistrict of Song Phi Nong District. Visitors can walk along the wooden bridge that connects Ban Tontan Handicraft Centre to Thong Pradit Temple.
DoubleTree by Hilton is celebrating its 50th anniversary by offering a âCookie Suite Experiential Packageâ at the recently opened DoubleTree by Hilton Phuket Banthai Resort, a sweet treat billed as a first for Thailand.
Though Phuket is among the worldâs most popular tourist destinations, injecting Bt477 billion to the economy and widely advertised as the âPearl of the Andaman Seaâ, its future status has been questioned due to competition from Indonesia and Vietnam.
The Huai Nam Dang National Park in the north is beckoning tourists as the mercury falls.
Tourist arrivals in northeastern Loei province are projected to expand by 5 per cent next year from the 3.5 million expected this year, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailandâs Loei office.
Thailandâs northern province of Uttaradit launched the first rail trip from Sila At railway station to Pang Ton Phung station in the same province on Monday to promote provincial tourism.
Four bloggers recently shared their techniques with finalists in the AXA Insurance âKnow You Canâ photo contest, along with their motivating and empowering stories.