Thai hoteliers plan to raise their room rates by 8-10% next year, the first time in four years, to offset rising costs as more perceived local political stability is making tourists more confident, says the Thai Hotels Association (THA). Normally hotel room rates go up around 5-10% on average per year, but political turmoil from […]
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FLIGHTS AND HOTEL RESERVATIONS NOW MANDATORY- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangkok has instructed the Thai Embassies and Consulates abroad to be stricter with requirements when applicants are applying for 60-days Tourist visas for Thailand.
While it has become a big name in the air, low cost carrier Air Asia is now looking to the ground, as budget hotel group Tune, closely linked with the airline, will be opening four locations in Thailand. The first property is expected to open in Hat Yai this December, and will be followed by […]
The Tourism and Sports Ministry plans to waive visa fees for visitors of more countries to boost tourism.
Central Plaza Hotel Plc (Centel) says it will enter the European market as part of its 4.5-billion-baht expansion plan from 2012-15.
The Tourism Ministry has prepared a five-year tourism development plan aimed at receiving 30 million tourists and Bt1 trillion revenue per year.
Amid positive signs of a tourism revival,international tourist arrivals in the first five months of this year rose 24.36% to 8.2 million, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
Association of Thai Travel Agents’ members handled 216,257 international travellers at Suvarnabhumi Airport in May representing a remarkable growth of 212.93% from 69,107 visits during the same month last year, according to the association’s latest data.
Established in 1982 as Amarin Plaza Plc, The Erawan Group Plc has a mission to be an explorer and well-diversified leader.
Passenger traffic at Suvarnabhumi Airport rose 9 per cent in the first seven months of the 2011 fiscal year to 40 million.