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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is organizing Check-In Isan to promote weekday domestic travel and to spread revenue to smaller communities. The program aims to promote tourism in the northeastern region and disperse revenue from travelers to local areas. The activity focuses on Thai travelers and is using the low price and abundance of hotels and other visitor facilities, as well as ease of travel, as the main selling points. (19/01/2018)
The Digital Economy and Society Ministry welcomed the Ambassador of Chile, Christian Rehren Bargetto, to Thailand. They talked about bilateral cooperation to promote tourism using technology as a key mechanism, as the number of Chilean tourists visiting Thailand has continually risen. Moreover, the two officials also discussed bilateral cooperation on trade, investment, and commerce. (19/01/2018)
The five-day event for the 38th Thailand Tourism Festival 2018, held by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) from 17 to 21 January 2018 at Lumphini Park, has now begun. Visitors are welcome to experience its countless local food and other local products, performances, exhibitions, and tourism activities from locations nationwide, showcased in 10 fascinating tourism activity zones. Speaking at the opening ceremony on 17 January, Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, the Governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, anticipated that this event would attract at least 600,000 visitors and may generate approximately 420 million baht in total. (19/01/2018)
The Smart Visa is divided into four categories. The first is for persons who are talented in technology and science. The second is investors. The third is executives, while the last one is persons with startup businesses. Persons who get a Smart Visa should have special qualification standards and must be guaranteed by a private organization. (19/01/2018)
The Board of Investment (BOI) is confident that the Smart Visa will attract specialists, administrators, and investors to invest in Thailand, especially in the fields that use technology as a base, such as ten groups of target industries. The outstanding benefits of the Smart Visa will facilitate people from all over the world who want to work here. (19/01/2018)
The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security has held a meeting to discuss effective solutions to human trafficking and to find ways to integrate collaborative work on the problem. The meeting was attended by representatives of government agencies, civil groups, and international organizations. They exchanged ideas and opinions on the prevention and suppression of human trafficking in the country. The ministry emphasized that it is pleased and ready to support all related activities to ensure that Thailand's anti trafficking efforts are successful. (18/01/2018)
The Ministry of Tourism and Sports revealed that the latest campaign, Go Local, aims to promote emerging secondary destinations across Thailand. The project will target 10 million tourists and encourage them to travel to secondary cities and communities, generating an estimated 10 billion baht in tourism revenue in 2018. (18/01/2018)
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The Orchid Conservation Society of Sukhothai province is organizing its annual Orchid and Agriculture Fair at Sukhothai Historical Park. The fair, in its 11th year,is currently taking place, from 13 to 21 January 2018. There are many activities, such as showcasing a variety of orchids, herbs and agricultural products. Visitors can also buy goods from local communities. (17/01/2018)
The Ministry of Commerce disclosed that the ministry had signed an MOU for the Mekong Lanchang cooperation special fund with the Embassy of the Peoples Republic of China in Thailand. The MOU allocates 59.5 million baht to conduct four activities with MLC member countries, namely the project to develop a special economic zone, the project to develop border facilities for trade, the project to develop logistics in the business sector, and the project to develop e-commerce in rural areas. (17/01/2018)
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The Prime Minister's Office has urged to public to send their complaints and suggestions to the administrations Government Contact Center (GCC). Now, there are four channels available for residents wanting to file a complaint through the GCC. They can dial Hotline 1111, mail their complaints to P.O. Box 1111, write e-mails to, and use mobile application "PSC 1111d," which is now available on both Android and IOS devices. (16/01/2018)
The Department of Land Transport is preparing to launch two new bus routes to reform the existing lines and to improve public transportation quality and connectivity. The first new route will start from the Chakri Naruebodindra Medical Institute and end at Ramathibodi Hospital, at a cost of 13-25 baht. The second new route will start from Rajamangala University of Technology, Rattanakosin Salaya, and end at Mo Chit BTS Station, at a 40 baht flat fee. (16/01/2018)
The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security has collaborated with public and private agencies to carry out its policy to raise the quality of life for senior citizens. The ministry has launched a new project to prepare the country for its aging population. The project will call for incorporating new technologies in food, such as robotics and innovations. The program will hold a memorandum-signing event on January 31st and February 1st between public and private agencies wanting to use various innovations to implement its policy. (16/01/2018)
The Ministry of Education disclosed the results of its survey concerning National Teachers Day, celebrated every year on 16 January. The survey was conducted by Suan Dusit University from 25 December 2017 to 8 January 2018, asking 8,212 people from various professions about their attitudes towards teachers. The findings show that the public appreciates teachers for their attention to their students, patience, diligence, and sacrifice. As Thailand is keen to embrace innovation and new technology, the findings show that 20.66 percent of respondents appreciated teachers efforts to keep pace with information and communication technology (ICT) and digital trends. (16/01/2018)
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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and relevant agencies in Phichit province aim to promote tourism in the central province of Pichit. The campaign includes publicizing existing tourist attractions and introducing lesser-known places across the province. The charm of Phichit lies in the people's simple way of life and various natural sites, which offer an ideal choice for those seeking a country retreat. (15/01/2018)
Tourists in Phu Lom Lo, Phitsanulok, are enjoying the beautiful sight of wild Himalayan cherry blossoms, which are expected to continue blooming throughout January and February. Phu Lom Lo, which is situated inside Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park, is a famous attraction for its cool winds, white clouds, and pink wild Himalayan cherries, or Thai Sakura cherry blossoms. (15/01/2018)
"From the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy to Sustainable Development Goals," 12 January 2018. On this years Teachers' Day, which falls on 16 January 2018, Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha has offered a motto, which is Good Students come about because of Good Teachers who believe. He said that, importantly, teachers and students need to have faith in one another and a desire to do good for society and the nation. (15/01/2018)
The Ministry of Labor has revealed that the Department of Employment will provide job opportunities for students during their school breaks or other times when they do not have classes, to allow them to gain work experience. Students who would like to work in a part-time job and employers who want to hire students may contact the employment offices in Bangkok and all other provinces, or contact hotline 1506, then press 2. (12/01/2018)
The Ministry of Culture will organize activities on National Children's Day, 13 January 2018, providing children opportunities to learn about King Bhumibol Adulyadejs teachings and Thai values. In addition, the provincial offices of culture across the country will cooperate with various agencies to organize activities in national museums, historical parks, national libraries, and other places to provide children knowledge about Thailand's cultural heritage. (12/01/2018)
Every second Saturday of January marks National Childrens Day in Thailand. In 2018 it falls on 13 January. Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha announced the motto for 2018 Childrens Day as Ability to Think, to Understand, and to Be Creative in Technology. The Government Public Relations Department (PRD) will organize numerous activities to celebrate the event at its headquarters on Soi Aree Samphan, Rama VI Road, in Bangkok. Under this years theme, PRD will be providing a lot of games, competitions, gifts, and activities, for example, TV and radio visual studio, singing performances, stage performances, and a dog show, as well as a rescue demonstration. (11/01/2018)
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On the occasion of Children's Day, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment will organize activities to promote protection and conservation of wildlife and to provide children with knowledge on natural resources and the environment. The event will take place at Dusit Zoo on Saturday, 13 January 2018. The ministry is inviting young people and their families to visit Dusit Zoo on Saturday. The entrance fee will be exempted for all children. (11/01/2018)

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