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Phuket News
Nine arrested on drugs, weapons charges
PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police have announced the arrests of nine people on drugs and weapons charges, with most of the suspects being men and women under 30 years of age.
Officials still pushing for airport runway road to be finished
PHUKET: Phuket Vice Governor Pichet Panapong yesterday (Nov 25) was back on site at the roadworks underway along Route 4031, which runs parallel to the runway at Phuket International Airport, as the project faces exceeding its already re-scheduled deadline for completion.
Bid for more drinking hours fails
BANGKOK: The Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee on Friday (Nov 25) dismissed a private sector proposal to extend the period of selling alcoholic beverages at night venues until 4am.
Phuket boy ‘Gus’, and family, reach Mt Everest Base Camp
Phuket boy “Gus”, at just 7½ years old, and his mum ‘Nan’ Mansfield and their team of eight, successfully reached Mount Everest Base Camp in their attempt earlier this month.
Phuket honours Rama VI
PHUKET: Vice Governor Pichet Panapong this morning (Nov 25) led local officials to honour the life and achievements of King Vajiravudh, Rama VI.
Health ministry asks to wear masks in crowded places
BANGKOK: The Phuket Provincial Health Office (PPHO) is yet to make an announcement regarding mask wearing on the island after the Ministry of Public Health earlier today (Nov 25) advised people to use face masks in crowded places as the number of daily COVID-19 cases had risen by 10-20%.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket business crackdown, Homeless community committee, 4 more in Michelin Guide || November 25
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Bangla readу to impress after another Big Cleaning Day
PHUKET: Patong municipal workers as well as volunteers from many businesses along Patong’s famed nightlife street Bangla Rd joined hands for a major street cleaning today (Nov 25) conducted “in preparation of Patong City to welcome tourists.”
Reward offered for prisoner on the run
KHON KAEN: A police hunt is underway for a prisoner who escaped after having been taken to a hospital in Phon district of Khon Kaen province for treatment earlier today (Nov 25). The prison has already offered a cash reward for the information about the escaped convict.
Minimart in central Phuket robbed at knifepoint
PHUKET: Police are trying to track down a man who robbed a convenience store in tambon Srisoonthorn at knifepoint yesterday (Nov 24).
 
Thaiger
Thai gangs traffic Kenyans to Myanmar scam factories

Thai gangs trafficked more than 60 Kenyans who have been rescued from Laos and Myanmar over the last few months after call-centre jobs turned out to be a cover for cybercrime, prostitution and even organ theft. According to Kenya’s foreign affairs ministry, at least one Kenyan has died as a result of a botched operation in Myanmar. A 31 year old woman with a diploma in hotel management left the country for a job in Thailand with a promised monthly salary of U$800 (28,500 baht). A month before departure, she told the BBC, she borrowed nearly US$2,000 (70,000 baht) to […]

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Deep South emergency decree extended 3 months

After a recent car bombing of police apartments in the Deep South province of Narathiwat, the Emergency Situation Administration Committee decided to extend the state of emergency decree in the troubled Southern provinces. The extension means that the current state of emergency will not end on December 20 as scheduled, but will instead continue until March 19 at the earliest. The emergency decree applies to three provinces in the Deep South: Narathiwat, Pattani, and Yala, where there have been outbreaks of violence and insurgency. The decision was made to extend the state of emergency for another three months to allow […]

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Why Is Thailand So Cheap?

https://youtu.be/2kRDnypF9S4 Thailand is one of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations, thanks to its rich culture, delectable cuisine, and sun-kissed beaches. But, aside from the fascinating sights, another significant benefit draws visitors from all over the world. Thailand is also extremely reasonably priced! But why? We listed a few reasons. Why is Thailand so cheap? Thailand is reasonably priced for the average tourist. Living expenses and day-to-day purchases are significantly lower than in other Western countries. This means you can see sights, eat delicious food, and stay in friendly hotels for a fraction of the price of other popular tourist destinations. […]

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Phuket’s 5 best golf courses

Phuket in southwest Thailand, surrounded by the Andaman Sea, is home to stunning mountains, beaches, and golf courses. Phuket is one of the best golfing destinations in the world and attracts thousands of swingers every year, and almost as many golfers. One of the more prestigious courses, Blue Canyon offers two 18-hole championship courses. With views of the Andaman Sea and Phang Nga Mountains, you can the 1991 Canyon course or the equally stunning 1999  Lakes course. The Lakes was designed with a mixture of water-filled canyons and greens much wider than the Canyon course while providing a beautiful setting […]

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Inmate who escaped Khon Kaen hospital back in custody

An inmate convicted of drug charges who escaped from a Khon Kaen hospital on Friday has been recaptured. He had been taken to Phon Hospital for treatment and in the wee hours of Friday morning made a daring escape. He tried to flee and hide but he was found just 300 metres from the hospital. The 41 year old man had been sentenced to jail for having 6,000 meth pills. A prison doctor thought he possibly had appendicitis and referred him to the hospital after the prisoner complained of stomach pain. At around 2am, the prisoner, clad in leg shackles […]

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Masks recommended in crowds amid Covid increase

If there’s one thing we’ve learned from the Covid-19 pandemic it’s that people just absolutely love wearing masks. They can’t wait to start wearing them when outbreaks occur, and they look forward to wearing them regularly for the foreseeable future. For those of you who love wearing masks, the Ministry of Public Health advised yesterday that, in crowded places, wearing masks is now strongly advised. The announcement comes in response to a surge in new Covid infections across Thailand ranging from 10% to 20% increases. After a meeting with the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Public Health, the Phuket […]

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Squabbling beach vendor gives rival a single bullet warning

When foreign tourists are on holiday and lying on the beach, usually all they want is some peace and tranquillity to enjoy the sunshine unperturbed. Beach vendors often seem to have missed the memo though, with a constant barrage of sales pitches falling somewhere between comical annoyance and an enraging frustration. Competition for tourist money is fierce, and, according to a police report, one beach chair vendor on Pattaya Beach took it too far. The man is accused of making a thinly veiled, though somewhat poetic, threat against a speed boat operator over perceived stolen customers. The police report was […]

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Russian invasion takes Thailand’s tourism forces by surprise

The Russians are coming! The recent mass Russian invasion of Thailand has taken the country’s tourism forces completely by surprise. Unexpected numbers of tourists from the war-torn county have tourism operators scrambling to cope with an army of independent travellers, more than capable of looking after themselves, and left commentators scrambling to occupy the moral high ground. Despite the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, the Russian tourism market has returned much quicker than expected, said Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) president Sisdivachr Cheewarattanaporn. Tourism businesses and providers of guides and buses are remarkably poorly prepared for the influx, […]

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Late night drinking hopes dashed by Alcohol Control Committee

The dream of boozing late into the early hours of the morning is dead, at least for now. The Thai Alcohol Control Committee ruled against the proposal to extend the legal hours for alcohol sales until 4am. The ruling was made after a widespread push gained momentum and support from politicians and business operators, especially in tourist areas. The committee met yesterday with the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Public Health Dr Opas Karnkawinpong to discuss the proposal to allow alcohol sellers to go until 4am from 5pm each day. The committee opposed the plan, saying that the 11-hour […]

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Why Pattaya? Is Pattaya worth visiting in 2023?

https://youtu.be/zHmu5_Ml7is 1. Nightlife of Pattaya The vibrant nightlife in Pattaya is one of the best attractions. As dusk falls, this location transforms into the ultimate party spot. The vibrant atmosphere that prevails at night is a key factor in the high number of tourists who come here. Numerous other activities and countless bars will keep partygoers busy all night. Many resorts offer inexpensive and easily accessible gourmet restaurants and cocktail units. They have a strip of nightclubs and karaoke rooms for family entertainment.2. 2. Pattaya floating market One of the top reasons to travel to Pattaya is to experience its […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
World Cup knocked off non-True platforms again
A day after the telecom regulator said that all IPTV operators must be allowed to carry World Cup matches for free, a court has upheld a complaint by True Corp, forcing its internet TV rivals to go dark again.
Mum demands justice after soldier son killed in prison
The mother of an army private in Uthai Thani province has called for justice after her son was allegedly beaten to death by 11 other soldiers while sharing a disciplinary cell.
Protest against Covid-19 lockdown after fire kills 10 in Xinjiang
A deadly fire in an apartment building in China’s far western region of Xinjiang set off an outpouring of anger online and street protest in the region’s capital Friday, with residents calling for the lifting of lockdowns that have confined many to their homes for more than three months.
PM tipped to advise UTN
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is tipped to become the chief adviser of the United Thai Nation Party (UTN), also known as Ruam Thai Sang Chart, according to a party source.
Bid for more drinking hours fails
The Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee on Friday dismissed a private sector proposal to extend the period of selling alcoholic beverages at night venues until 4am.
PTT asked to help subsidise power charges
The National Energy Policy Council chaired by the prime minister wants PTT Group to contribute 6 billion baht from its gas separation revenue to help freeze electricity fees for small users from January to April next year, according to the energy minister.
Masks advised in crowded places as Covid cases rise
The Ministry of Public Health is advising people to wear face masks in crowded places as the number of daily Covid-19 cases has risen by 10-20%.
KBank foresees stronger baht next year
Kasikornbank (KBank) believes the baht will strengthen next year, dependent on internal factors after the US Federal Reserve eases its policy rate hikes.
Uncertainty set to sustain foreign interest
Following the withdrawal of the foreign land ownership proposal, global uncertainty is expected to continue to encourage wealthy foreigners, particularly from the US, Myanmar, Canada and Saudi Arabia, to purchase properties in Thailand.
RTAF confirms bid to buy US F-35 fighters
The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) has affirmed its intention to acquire F-35 fighter jets from the United States.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Australia keep last-16 hopes alive
AL WAKRAH, Qatar: Australia won a World Cup match for only the third time in their history with a dogged 1-0 victory over Tunisia on Saturday to revive their last-16 hopes.
World Cup knocked off non-True platforms again
A day after the telecom regulator said that all IPTV operators must be allowed to carry World Cup matches for free, a court has upheld a complaint by True Corp, forcing its internet TV rivals to go dark again.
Couple arrested with 3.7m speed pills in Ayutthaya
A couple alleged to be major drug traffickers in Ayutthaya have been arrested with 3.7 million speed pills seized in Wang Noi district. A man who came to pick up drugs from them was also arrested.
Chinese spent B15bn on Thai condos from Jan-Aug
Chinese buyers top the table of foreign condominium purchasers in Thailand, buying up 15 billion baht worth of property in the first eight months of this year.
Russia 'possibly running low on long-range missiles'
Russia is likely removing nuclear warheads from ageing nuclear cruise missiles and firing unarmed munitions at Ukraine, Britain’s military intelligence said on Saturday.
Mum demands justice after soldier son killed in prison
The mother of an army private in Uthai Thani province has called for justice after her son was allegedly beaten to death by 11 other soldiers while sharing a disciplinary cell.
Chon Buri car-theft gang busted
Police have seized a total of 64 cars from seven locations in Nonthaburi believed to be used by a gang preying on owners who had pledged their vehicles for loans. The gang refused to return the vehicles and resold them.
Travellers welcome high season but prices a concern
A majority of people expect high tourism numbers during the peak season in December but remain concerned about their spending power and high prices, according to an opinion survey by Bangkok University, or Bangkok Poll.
US toughens ban on Huawei and ZTE
WASHINGTON: The US government has banned the sale of new telecommunications equipment made by the Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE, as well as video surveillance equipment from some other companies, citing national security risks.
Genting shut out of Macau casino market
Macau’s six casino operators won new licences to continue running their businesses in the territory, but a company linked to Malaysia-based Genting Group failed in its attempt to gain entry to the major gaming hub.
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