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Ancient Artifacts in Khao Khom Cave Date Back 3,000 Years, Thai Official Announces

The Khao Khom cave located south of a limestone hill near the reservoir behind Satun College of Agriculture and Technology is now a prehistoric

Thailand Welcomes Home Trafficked 1,000-Year-Old Statues Returned by New York’s Metropolitan Museum

Thailand's National Museum hosted a welcome-home ceremony Tuesday for two ancient statues that were illegally trafficked from Thailand

“Carabao Coach The Coaches” Project with EFL Continues Year 4

Carabao Partners with EFL for Year 4 of "Carabao Coach The Coaches" Project, Bringing World-Class Football Expertise to Empower Thai Coaches  
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Controversy Erupts Over Thai Monk Accepting Donated BMW Luxury Car

"Is it appropriate for a monk to accept a donation of a BMW 750e, priced at nearly 7 million baht?" This question is particularly pertinent

Discoverer of ‘Golden Boy’ Regrets Damage to Historic Sculpture

The Thai archaeological community is abuzz this week after The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The MET) in New York, USA have returned two artifacts to Thailand, including "Golden Boy"

Road to Paris: Thailand Hosts the 2nd World Boxing Qualifying Tournament

he 2nd World Qualifying Tournament Boxing Road to Paris – Bangkok will feature fighters from around the world competing to qualify for the last remaining spots

Queens of Sweden and Thailand Show Support To Advance Child Protection

Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden and Her Majesty Queen Suthida of Thailand showed their supports to the child protection

It’s Not a Liger, It’s a Tiger, and It Was Seized Along With a...

As the liger, a hybrid offspring of a male lion and a tigress, is not protected by law, the owner of a tiger cub who found it astray in Bang Pakong District, Chachoengsao

Swiss Pianist Takes the Stage to Perform a French Gala

"The Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation, supported by the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Ministry of Culture—Department of Cultural Promotion, and B. Grimm Group Ltd., presents the RBSO 2024: Louis Schwizgebel, a Swiss pianist, plays Saint-Saëns' Piano Concerto

PM Suggests “Petch-Hua Hin” Name for Airport Development to Attract Tourists

Srettha Thavisin, the Prime Minister, proposed the idea of developing Hua Hin Airport in Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province

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