Thai News Summary List

  • Thailand records 621 approved surrogacy cases in seven years
  • Phuket apologises for attack on Chinese tourist
  • PM says tourist arrivals will reach 30m
  • Passport Office Set Up for Thai People at Central Pattaya Shopping Center
  • Bangkok rats desert a sinking city to dog’s great confusion (Video)
  • Pattaya Mayor Welcomes New Police Chief
  • Thai PM Offers Condolences Over Losses in Türkiye, Syria Quake
  • Bangkok Celebrating Valentine’s Day With Bang Rak Marriage Registrations
  • Warrant out for ex-Pheu Thai leader Charupong's arrest
  • Smart City Developments to Generate 60 Billion Baht
  • Rescuers save Burmese baby who fell down well after 17-hour ordeal
  • 19-month-old girl, trapped in groundwater well for over 17 hours, rescued
  • ‘Amazing Thailand Experience Forum’ showcasing luxury travel to North American travel advisors
  • Toddler saved from deep well, 18-hour overnight rescue
  • Thai TV channel sorry that overworked man died at his desk
  • Environmental Justice Foundation calls for end to bottom trawling in new report
  • Thailand Sets New Guinness World Record for Performing Largest Muay Thai Dance
  • Parliament Backs Media Ethics Bill
  • Immigration Officers Charged Over Illegal Visa Malfeasance
  • Myanmar man found hanged
  • Search for missing baby in Nakhon Pathom resumes for the third day
  • Chinese Tourist Jumps to Death from 27th Floor of Hotel in Pattaya
  • Phuket tour company’s license suspended after employee attacks Chinese tourist
  • 2 hunger-striking Thai activists agree to IV therapy
  • Malaysian PM to visit Thailand
  • Car erupts in flames on expressway ramp
  • TAT leads strong ‘Amazing New Chapters’ Thailand presence at ATF 2023
  • No one should ever die from overwork
  • New Czech film ‘Ostrov’ showcases beauty of Phuket and Krabi
  • New Czech film ‘Oztrov’ showcases beauty of Phuket and Krabi
  • GULF, Singtel, AIS Launch New Data Center Project
  • Thailand Eyes Increasing Rubber Glove Export To China, India
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – February 7, 2023
  • TAT strengthens ‘Amazing Thailand’ branding in Israel
  • Real Estate: Rent/Sale: Luxury condo directly overlooking the Sanctuary of Truth in Naklua
  • Earthquake kills more than 3,800 in Turkey, Syria
  • Thailand would never appreciate Bam and Tawan’s sacrifice
  • A wealth of wonders comes to Bangkok
  • 'Negligent' Nate seeks NACC seat
  • Non-Thais skew EC map: Wissanu
  • Prayut hails tourism revival
  • Covid set to be seasonal, expert says
  • Scheme aims to give first-aid training to monks
  • Malaysia PM to hash out border plan
  • PM shows concern for hunger strikers
  • Luxury cars seized in macau888 probe
  • Cabinet media bill gains support
  • 100 cops to be charged over illegal visas
  • Senior cop could face assault rap
  • Court grants bail to five teenagers charged with armed robbery
  • Woman arrested with equipment for forging visas
  • Pattaya’s Biggest Stories From The Last Week: American Fitness YouTuber Leo Rex Dies and More
  • 110 Thai immigration police officers charged in visa scandal
  • Media organizations oppose media ethics bill
  • Thailand agonizes over fate of hunger strikers — and lese majeste law
  • Travel agent's knife attack on Chinese tourist captured on TikTok
  • Tour operator's 'assault' captured on TikTok
  • Top National Thailand Stories From the Past Week: Police Extorted Money From Taiwanese Actress, French Fugitive Arrested, and more
  • Fire Destroys Chonburi Police School, No Injuries
  • Quake kills over 1,400 in Turkey, Syria
  • 110 immigration officers tied to illegal visas for Chinese gangsters
  • Police hunt alleged gambling kingpin's super rare Lamborghini
  • Fire Guts Canadian Man’s 20-Million-Baht House in Pattaya
  • More than 50,000 Tourists Join in Full Moon Party on Phangan Island
  • 110 cattle seized at border checkpoint for examination
  • Hunger strikes may end if court grants bail for eight detainees on Monday
  • PM2.5 and PM10 can harm the lungs and heart
  • Rae Lil Black found her Thai husband but the fanboys are OK because he’s from Tekken.
  • Thailand Welcomes First Chinese Group Tours
  • Two hunger strikers still conscious, very weak
  • Thai Public Heath Minister Highly Praised by Chinese Tourists in Recent Exclusive Interview
  • Muay Thai Festival Takes Place in Hua Hin
  • UPDATE: Pattaya Restaurant Owner Apologizes for Encroaching on Na Jomtien Beach
  • A story of LGBTIQ bullying in school
  • Soldiers aim for Muay Thai world record
  • Real Estate: Gentlemens Club For Sale Located in Jomtien
  • Thai police arrest six more linked to gambling cartel, seize fancy Lambo
  • Thailand welcomes first tour groups from China
  • Tensions flare between Ukrainians and Russians in Thailand
  • Ministry of Commerce is organizing DEmark Award 2023 contest to find the excellent designs that effectively promote Thai creativity internationally
  • Condition of pro-democracy student activists on hunger strike deteriorates
  • Covid becoming seasonal, annual vaccination will suffice
  • First Chinese group tour in 3 years landed in Bangkok Monday morning
  • Parents file charges over Thai boy scouts critically burned by camp bonfire: police
  • 32 suspects held for alleged connections with “Macau 888” online gambling operations
  • Thailand Sees Highest Jump on 2022 Democracy Index by EIU
  • First Chinese Tour Group Arrives in Thailand
  • Boys charged with armed robbery of kratom leaves
  • Is Thailand about to experience a brain drain?
  • Singer attacked on stage at a pub in a Bangkok suburb
  • China accuses US of indiscriminate use of force over balloon
  • Rules Tightened for Police Checkpoints
  • Photo Essay: Bangkok Design Week 2023 – Bangpho Woodstreet
  • Bangkok Design Week 2023 Held in Nine Areas
  • Phetchaburi Forest to Serve as Geological Tourist Destination
  • Doctors concerned about worsening health of Thai hunger-strikers
  • RCEP Interim Bureau Opens at ASEAN HQ
  • Bangkok to breathe easier this week as pollution falls
  • Durian Exporter Inks Deal With Chinese Consortium
  • Police Announce Procurement Plans for Traffic Barriers and Electronic Devices
  • Thailand records 621 approved surrogacy cases in seven years
    Altogether 621 surrogacy cases have been approved in Thailand in the seven years since surrogacy services were legalised in the country, according to Dr. Sura Visetsak, director-general of the Health... The post Thailand records 621 approved surrogacy cases in seven... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Phuket apologises for attack on Chinese tourist
    PHUKET: Phuket officials have met with a Chinese consular official, apologised for a tour agent's attack on a Chinese tourist and reported on the penalty given in the case.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Tue-02-23
  • PM says tourist arrivals will reach 30m
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is confident the country will receive more than 30 million foreign tourist arrivals this year as the economically vital tourism sector gathers steam, a spokesman said on Tuesday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Passport Office Set Up for Thai People at Central Pattaya Shopping Center
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — A brand new passport office for Thai people has been set up on the 4th floor of the Central Pattaya Shopping Center. Thai people in Pattaya can visit the office to get a passport... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Bangkok rats desert a sinking city to dog’s great confusion (Video)
    Get too close to any sewer or garbage heap and chances are a rat may scurry out. But what about dozens squirming into a rodent pyramid like a many-tailed horror? One person decided to film them and put them on... Read more
    Source: Coconuts Bangkok Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Pattaya Mayor Welcomes New Police Chief
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — Pattaya mayor Poramase Ngampiches happily welcomed the new chief of the Pattaya police station. Poramase on Monday, February 6th, met and handed a gift to Pol. Col. Thanapong Phothi, the new Pattaya police captain... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Thai PM Offers Condolences Over Losses in Türkiye, Syria Quake
    Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha on Tuesday conveyed his deepest condolences to the families of the victims of the massive quake that hit Türkiye and Syria in early Monday, leaving hundreds killed.... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Bangkok Celebrating Valentine’s Day With Bang Rak Marriage Registrations
    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is inviting couples to register their marriages at Bang Rak district Office in Bangkok to commemorate their love on Valentine’s Day.Bangko... Read more
    Source: National News Bureau Of Thailand Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Warrant out for ex-Pheu Thai leader Charupong's arrest
    The Supreme Court's Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions has issued a warrant for the arrest of fugitive Charupong Ruangsuwan, a former Pheu Thai Party leader, for allegedly demanding a water supply company pay for air tickets costing nearly... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Smart City Developments to Generate 60 Billion Baht
    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society expects an initial investment of more than 60 billion baht from the public and private sectors in developing 30 smart cities across the king... Read more
    Source: National News Bureau Of Thailand Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Rescuers save Burmese baby who fell down well after 17-hour ordeal
    A 1-year-old girl was recovering from her injuries today after she was trapped 17 hours down a well in the northwestern province of Tak. Rescue workers managed to rescue the infant nearly a full day after she fell down the... Read more
    Source: Coconuts Bangkok Published on: Tue-02-23
  • 19-month-old girl, trapped in groundwater well for over 17 hours, rescued
    Rescuers have successfully pulled a 19-month-old Myanmar girl from a 15-metre deep groundwater hole, where she had been trapped for over 17 hours. Cheers of joy erupted when the child,... The post 19-month-old girl, trapped in groundwater well for over... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Tue-02-23
  • ‘Amazing Thailand Experience Forum’ showcasing luxury travel to North American travel advisors
    The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) New York and Toronto Offices in partnership with Air Canada, THAI Smile Airways, and various partners in Thailand are holding the ‘Amazing Thailand Experience Forum’ in Bangkok and Khao Lak (Phang-nga) from 5-15 February,... Read more
    Source: TAT Newsroom Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Toddler saved from deep well, 18-hour overnight rescue
    A 19-month-old girl who fell down a narrow well was finally lifted to safety after an 18-hour overnight rescue at a cassava plantation in Phop Phra district of Tak province.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Thai TV channel sorry that overworked man died at his desk
    A TV network said it will compensate the family of a 44-year-old employee who died working at his desk.  Thai News Network or TNN on Monday announced that it will honor Sarawut “Bird” Srisawas’s death by giving his family 24... Read more
    Source: Coconuts Bangkok Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Environmental Justice Foundation calls for end to bottom trawling in new report
    In Thailand, bottom trawling threatens livelihoods, food security and ocean ecosystems. One particularly destructive form of bottom trawling, known as pair trawling, is responsible for catching vast amounts of juvenile fish and seafood which would otherwise have reached maturity as... Read more
    Source: Thai Enquirer Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Thailand Sets New Guinness World Record for Performing Largest Muay Thai Dance
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- National — 3,660 Thai soldiers have set a new Guinness World Record after performing the largest Muay Thai Wai Kru ceremony as part of the government’s attempt to push Muay Thai as the country’s unique soft... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Parliament Backs Media Ethics Bill
    BANGKOK (NNT) - Members of Parliament have given their backing to a bill aimed at promoting media ethics and professional standards. The bill was proposed by the Cabinet in the first reading this week... Read more
    Source: National News Bureau Of Thailand Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Immigration Officers Charged Over Illegal Visa Malfeasance
    ฺฺฺฺฺฺBANGKOK (NNT) - Deputy National Police Chief Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn has revealed that over 100 immigration police officers have been accused of issuing visas illegally to foreign visitors.Acc... Read more
    Source: National News Bureau Of Thailand Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Myanmar man found hanged
    SAMUT PRAKAN: A 56-year-old man whose daughter refused to allow him to return to Myanmar was was found dead, hanged by a rope from a grill, at their rented room in Bang Phli district on Monday night.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Search for missing baby in Nakhon Pathom resumes for the third day
    Officials from the Mirror Foundation, police and local officials, supported by a sniffer dog, continue their search for an 8-month-old baby boy, who has been missing from home in the... The post Search for missing baby in Nakhon Pathom resumes... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Chinese Tourist Jumps to Death from 27th Floor of Hotel in Pattaya
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — A Chinese tourist plunged to his death from a Pattaya hotel at 6:16 AM this morning, February 7th. The victim left a suicide note, saying “Sorry, I Suicide. Goodbye everybody, All of you can... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Phuket tour company’s license suspended after employee attacks Chinese tourist
    A tour company in Phuket has had its operating license suspended for six months after one of its employees allegedly attacked a Chinese customer. The female employee was summoned to... The post Phuket tour company’s license suspended after employee attacks... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Tue-02-23
  • 2 hunger-striking Thai activists agree to IV therapy
    Two ailing young activists agreed to receive an intravenous care last night after over 20 days on a hunger strike. After consulting with their lawyer and doctors, Tantawan “Tawan” Tuatulanon and Orawan “Bam” Phuphong agreed to go on the IV... Read more
    Source: Coconuts Bangkok Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Malaysian PM to visit Thailand
    Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim will pay an official visit to Thailand as guests of the Thai fovernment during February 9-10, as part of introductory tour to ASEAN countries, according to Thai Foreign Ministry.... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Car erupts in flames on expressway ramp
    A car erupted in flames while on the Ploenchit Raoad exit ramp of the Chalerm Maha Nakhon Expressway (Din Daeng - Bang Na) on Tuesday morning, temporarily blocking traffic.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Tue-02-23
  • TAT leads strong ‘Amazing New Chapters’ Thailand presence at ATF 2023
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- PRESS RELEASE: Impressive Thailand Stand, ‘Amazing Thailand, Amazing New Chapters Reception’, Thailand Media Briefing, and TRAVEX seller delegations help portray the kingdom’s new direction towards more meaningful travel. Yogyakarta, 6 February, 2023 – The Tourism Authority of... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Tue-02-23
  • No one should ever die from overwork
    If you think hard work won’t kill you, think again. The story of a senior employee of a television news channel in Thailand, who suddenly died at his desk, recently... The post No one should ever die from overwork first... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Tue-02-23
  • New Czech film ‘Ostrov’ showcases beauty of Phuket and Krabi
    The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to report that Thailand has once again received glittering exposure on the international movie scene, with Phuket and Krabi starring as the prime locations in new Czech film ‘Ostrov’ (The Island) which... Read more
    Source: TAT Newsroom Published on: Tue-02-23
  • New Czech film ‘Oztrov’ showcases beauty of Phuket and Krabi
    The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to report that Thailand has once again received glittering exposure on the international movie scene, with Phuket and Krabi starring as the prime locations in new Czech film ‘Oztrov’ (The Island) which... Read more
    Source: TAT Newsroom Published on: Tue-02-23
  • GULF, Singtel, AIS Launch New Data Center Project
    GULF, Singtel, and AIS commence the construction of the new 20+ MW data center in Samut Prakan province, which will be operated by GSA Data Center Company Limited (GSA), the joint venture between the three companies.... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Thailand Eyes Increasing Rubber Glove Export To China, India
    BANGKOK (NNT) - Authorities in Thailand are looking to expand the export of natural rubber gloves to China and India, following a ban on latex gloves in some U.S. states. The Ministry of Agriculture a... Read more
    Source: National News Bureau Of Thailand Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – February 7, 2023
    The post Thai Enquirer News Summary – February 7, 2023 appeared first on Thai Enquirer.... Read more
    Source: Thai Enquirer Published on: Tue-02-23
  • TAT strengthens ‘Amazing Thailand’ branding in Israel
    The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has conducted marketing activities in Israel, with a focus on strengthening relationships with airline and tour operator partners in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Nazareth. The post TAT strengthens ‘Amazing Thailand’ branding in Israel appeared... Read more
    Source: TAT Newsroom Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Real Estate: Rent/Sale: Luxury condo directly overlooking the Sanctuary of Truth in Naklua
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- For rent 60k/month for sale in Thai Company name 11.75 million baht. This is a luxury condominium with private lift access to the room, comprised of two bedrooms and three bathrooms. Luxury fittings throughout to a... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Earthquake kills more than 3,800 in Turkey, Syria
    A major earthquake struck Turkey and Syria on Monday, killing more than 3,800 people and flattening thousands of buildings as rescuers dug with bare hands for survivors. Dozens of nations pledged aid... The post Earthquake kills more than 3,800 in Turkey, Syria... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Thailand would never appreciate Bam and Tawan’s sacrifice
    Activists Orawan “Bam” Phupong (23) and Tantawan “Tawan” Tuatulanon (20) are in critical condition. Doctors say that their organs are failing and that if their hunger strike continues it could be fatal. Bam and Tawan are indeed in critical condition... Read more
    Source: Thai Enquirer Published on: Tue-02-23
  • A wealth of wonders comes to Bangkok
    This year’s Bangkok Design Week challenges visitors to plan well to appreciate overwhelming art projects in 9 areas of the Thai capital in just 9 days. Held on the theme... The post A wealth of wonders comes to Bangkok first... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Tue-02-23
  • 'Negligent' Nate seeks NACC seat
    Former deputy attorney-general Nate Naksuk has applied for the seat on the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) left vacant by Pol Gen Sathaporn Laothong.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Tue-02-23
  • Non-Thais skew EC map: Wissanu
    Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam on Monday suggested that the Election Commission (EC) ask the Constitutional Court for a ruling after its calculation of the number of people represented per MP was found to include non-Thai nationals.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Tue-02-23