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NEWS ALERT Red Shirt Protest Planned for Suvarnabhumi Airport

Category: Tourism, Posted:20 Jan 2010 | 10:25 am

The news lines are ringing back of media reports that the pro-Thaksin 'red shirt' United Front For Democracy Against Dictatorship peaceful protest is being planned for next week at Bangkok's Surarnabhumi Airport. Organizers have been quoted as saying there will be no blockade or disruption of services. Financial markets have been fast to react with falls on the SET (stock exchange of Thailand). Domestic politics look to take center stage in the lead up to the Thaksin Supreme Court ruling due February 26.

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Sandbox Vaccine. Young Turks. Hotel PR Tips

Category: Tourism, Posted:10 May 2021 | 06:00 am Hey Monday. Late last week word was that the Phuket Sandbox remains on course, despite the current outbreak. Time will of course tell, as island hotels are reeling in what is nearly a travel lockdown to Phuket. With hotel occupancies in single digits and restaurants unable to serve alcohol, business levels are hitting pandemic lows. […]
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Who’s Caesar And Phuket’s Fastest Growing Hotel Group

Category: Tourism, Posted:04 May 2021 | 06:00 am Welcome to the latest Thai Road Trip episodes from C9 Hotelworks and Delivering Asia Communications. Listen to the Executive Director of Jee Teng Hospitality talk shop and what’s next. We also get out the kitchen and into the dining room handcrafted tableside food service. Check these two now – Inside Story. A Phuket Hotel Group […]
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Sandstorm In the Sandbox

Category: Tourism, Posted:03 May 2021 | 09:39 am All eyes this week locally are on the fate of the Phuket Sandbox which remains a work in progress. The second round of local vaccinations were planned to start this week but given Thailand’s third wave it’s unclear whether the process can move on the expected timeline due to vaccinations being deployed elsewhere in needed […]