• #BundleofNoJoy: Bangkok restaurant sorry for calling reviewers ‘uneducated wannabe foodies’

    Not every business owner takes criticism in stride.  Boutique grocery and restaurant Bundle of Joy is being mocked for its questionable professionalism after netizens unearthed ad hominem attacks on customers who dared to leave bad reviews. “You can go to… Read more
    Source: Coconuts Bangkok Published on: Wed-09-21
  • 5 central provinces bracing for floodwater from swollen Pasak River

    The Department of Public Disaster Prevention and Mitigation has issued an urgent warning to the governors of Thailand’s central provinces of Lop Buri, Saraburi, Ayutthaya, Pathum Thani and Nonthaburi to… The post 5 central provinces bracing for floodwater from swollen… Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-09-21
  • PM Visits Flooded Chaiyaphum

    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha ordered concerned officials to adjust their water management plans in response to flood situations…. Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Police: Daily protests to shrink as legal action toughens

    Daily anti-government protests will continue but will diminish in size as protesters face tougher legal action, according to Bangkok police…. Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Flooding halts 8 train services

    The State Railway of Thailand has suspended eight train services on the Bangkok-Nong Khai route due to flooding of the track…. Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Flooding halts trains to Nong Khai

    The State Railway of Thailand has suspended eight train services on the Bangkok-Nong Khai route due to flooding of the track…. Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Thai central bank to launch inter-bank debt consolidation in October

    Thailand’s central bank will introduce additional debt consolidation measures enabling retail debtors to combine debts from different lenders in mid-October to cope with the prolonged Covid-19 impact, it said Wednesday. Debts from retail loans such as personal, credit card, and… Read more
    Source: Thai Enquirer Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Dutch expat to appeal after Thai court sides with higher hospital fees for foreigners

    A Dutch national said today he will appeal a court ruling against his lawsuit challenging dual-pricing at Thailand’s public hospitals as unconstitutional. Erwin Buse said the Administrative Court in Phetchaburi province relied on incorrect information provided by the health ministry… Read more
    Source: Coconuts Bangkok Published on: Wed-09-21
  • River tugboat sinks, both crew missing

    A boat driver and his wife were missing after their barge tug sank in the Chao Phraya River opposite Wat Phanan Choeng Voraviharn in Ayutthaya province late Wednesday morning…. Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-09-21
  • TAT restructures Deputy Governor positions from 1 October 2021

    Bangkok, 29 September, 2021 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has restructured seven Deputy Governor positions effective from 1 October, this year. Mr. Tanes Petsuwan, Deputy Governor for Marketing Communications, will become Deputy Governor for International Marketing – Asia… Read more
    Source: TAT Newsroom Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Anupong affirms govt can cope with flooding

    Government agencies have been effective in coping with the flooding in many provinces and it is unlikely to reach the same disastrous level as in 2011, Interior Minister Anupong Paojinda said on Wednesday…. Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-09-21
  • TAT and Royal Thai Navy co-promote marine safety and sustainable tourism

    Bangkok, 29 September, 2021 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Royal Thai Navy, to promote marine safety measures for visiting tourists in tandem with the ongoing conservation of marine natural… Read more
    Source: TAT Newsroom Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Chonburi new and confirmed cases of Covid-19 slightly rise to 772 with 3 new deaths

    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Highlights: 772 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Chonburi today 837 people recovered and were released from medical care 3 new deaths The Chonburi Department of Public Health announced 772 new and confirmed cases of Covid-19… Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Dams lift discharge rate, flooding downstream

    The Chao Phraya Dam on Wednesday increased its discharge rate, sending a huge volume of water downstream, where four villages in Bang Ban district of Ayutthaya were flooded…. Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-09-21
  • 2m Doses of Pfizer Vaccine Arrive

    Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul accepted 2 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer…. Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Drink up, Phuket. Booze is back on the table Friday

    No more sneaking booze in a paper cup, yay! While alcohol has been officially off the table (usually in said cup or a coffee mug) at restaurants in the COVID-iest provinces including Bangkok, the island of Phuket starting Friday will… Read more
    Source: Coconuts Bangkok Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Floods killed 7, persist in 16 provinces

    The confirmed death toll from Storm Dianmu’s passage through Thailand has risen to seven, with flooding persisting in 16 provinces, the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation reported on Wednesday…. Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-09-21
  • 2m doses of Pfizer vaccine arrive today, student vaccinations start next week

    Two million doses of the Pfizer mRNA vaccine arrived in Bangkok this morning from the United States. Thailand’s Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, who was at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport… The post 2m doses of Pfizer vaccine arrive today, student… Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Pfizer vaccine shipment arrives

    The first 2 million doses of government-purchased Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine arrived in Thailand on Wednesday morning, with a total of 30 million doses to arrive by the end of this year, government spokeswoman Traisuree Taisoranakul said…. Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Don Thanks Tammy for Vaccine Donation

    Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai expressed his gratitude towards US senator Tammy Duckworth for pushing for the US donation of COVID-19 vaccine to Thailand…. Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Flooding kills 6 as Bangkok warned to prepare

    Six people have died and two people are missing after severe floods ravaged several provinces in recent days, disaster officials said this morning. More than 71,000 households have been affected by flooding caused by tropical storm Dianmu, which hit upward… Read more
    Source: Coconuts Bangkok Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Movers and Shakers on the SET for September 29

    The post Movers and Shakers on the SET for September 29 appeared first on Thai Enquirer…. Read more
    Source: Thai Enquirer Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Thai military in the dock after years of torture allegations

    Reports of soldiers being brutally beaten inside military barracks emerge every year in Thailand. An organization monitoring human rights in Thailand said in 2020 that violence is part of the “culture of… The post Thai military in the dock after years of… Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-09-21
  • Thai cabinet approves new excise tax structure for cigarettes

    The cabinet has approved a new excise tax structure for cigarettes, which may increase the price of a pack of 20 by 6-8 baht, and the Excise Department will release… The post Thai cabinet approves new excise tax structure for… Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-09-21

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