May 22, 2024 8:05 AM

Thailand tourism

Elite Thailand Residency Costs An Exorbitant $60,000 But Comes With Its Own Concierge Service

Thailand's Government is offering an "Elite Ultimate" residency package to foreign nationals who wish to obtain residency in the country. For the exorbitant sum of $60,000, foreign nationals could have 20 years of residency with a $600 membership fee.

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Turtle That Ate Almost 1,000 Coins Died After Two Weeks From Surgery

Om Sin, or "Piggy Bank" the sea turtle has died due to blood poisoning after swallowing nearly 1,000 coins thrown by locals and tourists. The sea turtle has undergone two surgeries since March 6 with veterinarians removing about 11 pounds of coins all in all in Om Sin's stomach.

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'Holy Turtle' Ate Almost 1,000 Coins Thrown By Locals And Tourists

A town, Sri Racha, near the Gulf of Thailand, has a pond on which people, locals and tourists alike, tossed coins for a turtle that was believed to be holy and brought them luck. However, Om Sin the sea turtle suffered from eating almost 1,000 coins thrown into her pond.

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Edible Stage In Thailand’s Wonderfruit Festival Focuses Sustainability In Tourism

In line with celebrating Thailand's artistry and traditional rice farming culture, an edible stage will be built for the Wonderfruit Festival this weekend and visitors are guaranteed to have a taste of it. The brainchild of the project is Pete Phornprapha who aims to have art and culture to be communicated sustainability but in a way that excites people.

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Learn More About The Country That Literally Can't Say No

Thailand is a country that literally never says "no." It really shows in their langauage that they don't have a word for it. The closest word for "no" would be mai chai but it really doesn't suffice. Mai chai means "not yes" which could mean anything.

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Thailand Tourism 2017: Country Expects $50B Revenue In 2017 By Concentrating On Independent Tour Groups

Thailand's tourism economy is eyeing Chinese "Free, Independent Travellers" who rely on technology to book their flights, hotel stays and tours in Thailand and expects to create $50bn in revenue for 2017 after closing down abusive and tourism-damaging Chinese-run "zero dollar tour" agencies.

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Travel Tips: The Best Islands To Visit In Thailand If You Want To Avoid Big Crowds

Taking a break from work? Planning to travel to Thailand to unwind? Explore the best virgin and beautiful Islands in Thailand

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Huge Numbers Of Tourists Causes Infrastructure Strain

According to the World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Index, Thailand experiences pressure and strain on its infrastructure system, especially during this peak travel season.

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Top 5 Cheapest Places In Southeast Asia You Can Visit In January

Planning a January getaway on a budget? Here are our top 5 cheapest places in Southeast Asia you can visit in January.

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Tourism Boom Is Causing Infrastructure Strain On Thailand

Thailand welcomes more tourists than any other city in the world. The country's tourism is booming, but the influx of visitors is causing a strain on its infrastrucutres.

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Five Main Reasons To Visit The Thailand::'The Land Of Smiles'

Thailand's tourism is now developing and improving. Here are some of the reasons why Thailand is visited by many tourists all over the world.

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Best Western’s Vib To Open in Bangkok

Best Western held a ground-breaking ceremony for its first Vib hotel at Bankok. The brand is aimed towards young travelers and boasts of a contemporary design. It allows guests to have an interactive technology service and other savvy amenities.

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A Guide To Thailand's Tourist Attractions And Events Amidst Mourning For The King

Following the death of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, reigning monarch of Thailand, many of the Thai people have been in a state of mourning, suspending closing their business and cancelling important events and festivals. The loss of their king is something they take seriously, and something tourists need to respect and understand, despite the inconvenience of missing out on much of what Thailand has to offer during the mourning season.

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