Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
27 November, 02:24
Russian invasion takes Thailand’s tourism forces by surprise
The Russians are coming! The recent mass Russian invasion of Thailand has taken the country’s tourism forces completely by surprise.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
24 November, 01:56
Fifa Threatens To Cut Off Live World Cup Broadcast Over Infringement
THE Fédération Internationale de Football Association (Fifa) today (Nov. 23) threatened to cut off the live broadcast of World Cup 2022 knockout stage matches that begins on Dec. 3 and ends on Dec. 18 with the final match after it discovered licence infringement with signals spreading from Thailand to other countries, Thai Rath newspaper said.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
21 November, 01:09
Thailand - Nightclub goers tested positive for drugs in #Pattaya entertainment venue crackdown, passport inspections for foreigners to continue
Pattaya – Four nightclub goers tested positive for drugs in a Pattaya entertainment venue crackdown.
More than 50 officers led by Major General Nantawut Suwanlaong, Acting head of the Chonburi Provincial Police randomly inspected entertainment venues in Pattaya to check for the current seven major rules which are:
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
20 November, 02:18
#Thailand - APEC leaders attend a royal meeting with the King, Queen, Princess
With Bangkok full of top-level officials from around the world or that APEC summit this week, a special royal appearance was made. His Royal Majesty King Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida Bajrasudhabimalalakshana treated leaders from the APEC meeting to an audience with them last night.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
19 November, 08:18
#Thailand : Russia-Ukraine tensions spill over to APEC
As tensions simmer between Russians and Ukrainians living in Thailand, Bangkok's efforts to appease Moscow and encourage tourism from Russia have failed to win Vladimir Putin's attendance at the APEC summit.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
19 November, 02:23
#Thailand 's Immigration Bureau - that last week along with tourist police mobilized 550 men - announced the result of a pre APEC 22 crackdown.
Results of the efforts on Thursday to Saturday last week were announced by IB chief Pol Lt-Gen Phakphoomphiphat Sajjaphan and other senior immigration police on Sunday.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
18 November, 03:12
Riot police clashed with protestors at Asoke Intersection in #Bangkok this afternoon as world leaders gather in the Thai capital for the APEC Summit 2022.
Due to road closures, the intersection is the closest the public can get to the summit which is being held at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre from November 16-19.
Police ramped up security in the city in preparation for the meeting and riot police were deployed in anticipation of protests.
The demonstration held in Asoke outside the entrance of Sukhumvit MRT Station today was entitled, “What’s Happening In Thailand?”
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
17 November, 01:27
#Thailand will introduce a new medical treatment visa on Jan 1 in a bid to help establish itself as a global leader for healthcare tourism.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
17 November, 12:28
Lush pink lotus flowers in one northern Thai province are drawing tourists. Bueng Boraphet, a lake and swamp in Nakhon Sawan province, currently has lotuses covering an area of over 100 rai.
A staffer at the Bueng Boraphet Wildlife Sanctuary Office said the lotuses have been blooming since early this month. The staffer said the lotuses are expected to bloom throughout swamps in early December. Bueng Boraphet is the largest freshwater swamp and lake in Thailand.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
16 November, 02:38
#Thailand - With the resumption of international travel, many Thais have been heading abroad and returning with fresh fruits or vegetables in their possession.
The Department of Agriculture is now warning travelers not to bring fresh produce into Thailand without acquiring import permits.
Thai travelers who return from Korea and Japan frequently bring with them fresh fruits that were purchased abroad. Persimmons and grapes are some of the fruits that customs officials frequently find in the possession of Thais returning from those countries.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
15 November, 02:43
TAT promotes #Thailand on London bus
Tourism officials launched a new campaign promoting sunny Thailand in cloudy London as winter approaches. A London double-decker bus now has the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)’s “amazing THAILAND” logo written across it in pink.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
15 November, 01:58
#Thailand - Soldiers and bomb squads to patrol #Bangkok during #APEC
Authorities are now finalizing security measures and protocols for next week’s APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting.
The police chief has indicated around 30,000 police officers backed by soldiers will be deployed around Bangkok on the meeting days.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
15 November, 12:47
#Thailand - Electricity charges to go up another 14 percent.
The cost of electricity will rise about 14% to a minimum 5.37 baht per unit between January and April next year on rising fuel costs, the Electricity Regulatory Commission (ERC) warned on Monday.
Secretary-general Khomgrich Tantravanich said the ERC had three options – and the increment to 5.37 baht would cost consumers the least.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
14 November, 01:51
#Thailand - The Immigration Bureau (IB) unveiled its Electronic Extension of Temporary Stay (e-Extension) service on Tuesday to make it easier for expats to apply for visa extensions.
Pol Gen Damrongsak Kittiprapas, the national police chief, said the e-Extension would enhance visa services as the system lets them lodge the extension request online.
Gerrit Tienkamp @gerrittienkamp
12 November, 03:09
Thailand - More than 57,000 international passengers arrived at the Suvarnabhumi Airport yesterday, confirmed by Immigration Officers.
Immigration Bureau Spokeman Major Geneneral Choengron Rimphadee confirmed yesterday (November 10th) that there were about 25 international flights arriving at the Suvarnabhumi Airport with about 57,000 passengers. Of those 49,000 were foreigners.

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