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UPDATE: Nationwide curfew lifted from 13 June 2014 Bangkok, 16 June 2014 – The nationwide nighttime curfew in place since 22 May 2014 is lifted on the 13 June 2014. Book your Thailand trip now, feel free and enjoy watching the world cup in Thailand all night long. ——————————————————————————————- Breaking news:  curfew ended in 20 […]

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The demonstrations in Bangkok are heating up at the moment and 45 countries have issued travel warnings for their citizens living abroad or holidaying in Thailand. These protests were triggered back in November, when the Thai government tried to force a bill of political amnesty that would have let Thaksin Shinawatra (former premier), return from […]

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Thousands of Thai protestors have gathered together in Bangkok to occupy government buildings and call for the overthrow of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. These anti-government protestors have forced their way into a number of government buildings and have cut the power to the Finance Ministry on Monday. According to the protestors, they believe that the […]

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thailand-democracy
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If you watch the news, you might be forgiven for thinking that Thailand actually has a free and open democracy. You will see protests and demonstrations being broadcast, where people are speaking their mind and their opinions are being heard. However, as it is in many locations throughout the world – what you see on […]

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Located on a breathtaking cliff in the Dangrek Mountains, the ancient Hindu temple of Preah Vihear is decorated with elaborate carvings and complex stone architecture. It has stood since the reign of the Khmer Empire and construction began on it during the early 9th century. It was dedicated to the Hindu god Chiva and the […]

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Only a few weeks ago, massive floods struck a total of 11,158 villages in Thailand and have disrupted the lives of almost three million people. A total of 23 deaths have been reported this year alone as a result. In areas such as Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Ubon Ratchathani and Pattya, flood water was […]

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Trains are a popular way for many tourists to travel around Thailand. The rail network offers gorgeous views and you can even pick up fruit and snacks from hawkers at most stations during your journey. However, train travel in Thailand is very slow and prone to delays. Could this all be changing in the future? […]

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