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86 tigers die three years after rescue from notorious Thai tourist attraction

by Christian Fleetwood

Over half of the 147 tigers rescued from a well-known Thai tourist attraction have died, allegedly as a result of inbreeding.

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Destinations

Four injured after multiple bombs explode across Bangkok

At least four people have been injured during multiple explosions across Bangkok’s Si Lom business district and Suan Luang region.

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Destinations

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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Tourism

Closure of Thailand tourist hotspot extended until 2021

Years of foot traffic, reef saturation and selfie-obsessed tourists have taken a big toll on an iconic Thai beach.

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Hotels

Score a $700 credit at Four Seasons resort Chiang Mai and Koh Samui

Earmark Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui and Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai for the next family vacation.

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Tourism Authority of Thailand and Asia Escape Holidays entertain Perth agents

Meanwhile, we’re three hours behind deadline because we spent our morning researching our dream holiday in Phuket instead of doing our job.

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Shock horror: headless bodies and woman’s head wash up on popular Thai tourist beaches

This story comes with a firm warning from Travel Weekly that it may distress some readers.

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Tourism

Australian woman who overstayed Thai visa by 100 days to be sent home

An Australian woman is soon to arrive home having been placed in a Thai detention centre for “massively” overstaying her visa.

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Aviation

NEW CODESHARE: More options for Aussies flying to Thailand

Seeing as there’s no way we can afford a trip to Thailand right now, we’re going to spend the rest of the day sulking and eating leftover Thai food to make us feel better.

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Tourism hotspot Maya Bay closes indefinitely

If you’re hoping to reenact scenes from Leo’s cult classic The Beach, you may need to find a new place to do it because Maya bay won’t be reopening any time soon.

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Thailand makes bid to become LGBT+ tourism hotspot

The Southeast Asian tourism sensation has come out of the closet to pledge their support for the LGBT+ community.

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Tourism

More Aussies intend to travel overseas than ever before – here’s where they’re going

We intend to travel to the kebab shop down the street later today. Does that count as an overseas trip? No. Are we just as excited about it? You bet.

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