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  • December 4, 2014
    Bangkok airport launches automated taxi kiosks

    Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport launched automatic queue-card kiosks aiming to improve travelers’ access to taxi services. Up until now, travelers have to approach the taxi counters for manual system where staff wrote down a passenger’s destination before handing it to a taxi driver. The ten new kiosks, found outside Gates 4 and 7 on the first […]

  • May 28, 2014
    Now you cannot share photos on Facebook from this country

    After months of turmoil in Thailand, the army announced martial law last week and then limited a curfew for 3 hours only. Now they have blocked Facebook in the country so you cannot post your exotic pictures on the social media. The Tech and Telecoms ministry says confirmed this Facebook block to Reuters. Facebook was […]

  • May 19, 2014
    What a traveler needs to do for Thailand’s martial law

    At 3 a.m. local time on May 20, 2014, the Thai army imposed martial law across all of Thailand saying that the intent is restore law and order after a six-month long political crisis which has claimed 28 lives. So what does this means for a traveler in Thailand? Mainly it’s holidays as usual, but […]

  • November 3, 2011
    Blend affordable healthcare with your holiday in Thailand

    Gone are the days when visitors to Thailand came back with silk fabrics, wooden and jade Buddha statues, intricate Asian antique pieces, and tiny trinkets purchased from the earthy markets of this Southeast Asian country. These days they are coming back with firmer derrieres, flatter bellies, and wrinkle-free and beaming faces, thanks to the rising […]

  • October 21, 2011
    Updates on Thailand flood crisis

    Bangkok Bangkok remains on high alert, with the Thai government admitting that efforts to protect the city from the incoming flood waters are failing. In its latest attempt to save the economic heart of Bangkok, the authorities opened floodgates to relieve pressure on dams and levees and send the floodwater toward the sea. Despite this, […]

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