BANGKOK — Foreign reporters and bloggers will be invited on a government-sponsored trip to Thailand in an effort to boost the country's struggling tourism industry, says the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
Buying a big bike and not paying all cash? You’ll likely face a new law.
Tourists from China and 18 other countries will pay discounted visa fees upon arrival for three months starting in December.
United States stocks closed lower after a shortened session Friday, bumping the benchmark S&P 500 index into a correction, or drop of 10 percent...
BANGKOK — An online money transferring service resumed its operations Sunday afternoon after these were halted without explanation in the morning of New Year’s Eve.
BANGKOK — Troubles continue piling up for Nok Air with reports that 17 pilots have left the airline.
Roast duck sanctuary and sweet-fitting Kayasart. Know ye millet grain?
BANGKOK — Six years after the eviction of the Suan Lum Night Bazaar, a development company Monday morning announced plans to construct a cluster of office, residential and retail towers on the site.
GENEVA — IndustriALL, a global labor union with 50 million members, has filed a complaint against Thailand at the International Labour Organization in Geneva, the union announced today.
(22 March) The government will file a lawsuit seeking a compensation fee of 154.6 million baht from the company behind the now-collapsed school tablet computers plan.