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Agents cook for a cause with Tourism Authority of Thailand, Excite and OzHarvest

All things eco were on the menu when 20 agents recently joined Excite Holidays, the Tourism Authority of Thailand and OzHarvest for a Thai cooking class.

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Thailand eyes compulsory travel insurance for tourists

The insurance costs around $1 and covers you for almost $50,000 in case of accidental death, which seems like a bargain if you ask us.

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Festive activities to resume in Thailand

by Kate Webster

Festive and entertainment activities will resume in Thailand on 14 November as the first mourning period comes to an end.

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Thailand updates for travellers

by Kate Webster

Travellers to Thailand can still enjoy the best the country has to offer, with many attractions and events open for business.

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Updates on Thailand’s Mourning Period

by Kate Webster

Advice on the Royal Religious Rites and status of attractions & events during the Mourning Period.

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Thailand sets course for 2016

The Tourism Authority of Thailand is working hard to get the word out among Aussie agents and operators.

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This Pad Thai is about to go viral

A new cooking video demonstrating the art of cooking classic Thai dish Pad Thai is expected to go viral by the Tourism Authority of Thailand.

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Thailand targets luxury travellers with new promo

by Anne Majumdar

TAT has unveiled a new promo video to lure travellers in the luxury segment to the destination, with the Australian market a specific focus.

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Thailand works hard to boost Aus numbers

by Anne Majumdar

August’s Bangkok bombing has impacted Aussie numbers to Thailand but its tourism body is working hard with the trade to build them back up.

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Bangkok's balloons to entice travellers

Bangkok’s skies were filled with thousands of smiley-faced balloons, symbolic of friendship, in an effort to entice travellers from around […]

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Thailand attempts to revive Australian market

Thailand’s tourism industry is showing signs of a swift recovery after being hit by the military coup, its tourism association […]

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Thailand seeks to reassure tourists

The Tourism Authority of Thailand has reassured travellers that it is “closely monitoring” the current political situation, insisting international visitors […]

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