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  1. My gay sex adventure in Bangkok's scandalous SoisRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 10 | Xtra!

    Suvarnabhumi Airport airport, I can feel the electricity in the air. Massive billboards, lights everywhere, thousands of neighbourhoods zoom by .

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  2. Thailand: Hospital discharges cured MERS patientRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Crofs Blogs

    A 75-year-old Omani man who was Thailand's first Mers case sits on a wheelchair as he leaves the Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute in Nonthaburi province July 3. A 75-year-old Omani man who became Thailand's only case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome was declared free of the potentially deadly virus and given permission to travel again, officials said. Public Health Minister Rajata Rajatanavin told a press conference that the Omani had no fever for the past 15 days and has not needed oxygen supplies for the past five days.

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  3. Thailand's first MERS case to leave hospitalRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | The Nation

    An Omani man who became Thailand's first case of Middle East Respiratory Sydnrome has made a full recovery and will be discharged from hospital on Friday, the health minister said. The 75-year-old man, who had travelled to Bangkok for treatment for a heart condition and was then diagnosed with the virus, was declared free of the disease earlier this week.

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  4. Domestic MICE Mart opens up to Thailand's neighborsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Pattaya Mail

    Representatives of business, travel and hospitality from Thailand and neighboring countries learned how Pattaya is growing into one of the country's primary locations for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions at the 2nd Domestic MICE Mart. Chonburi Deputy Gov. Chamnanwit Taerat opened the June 25 event at the Holiday Inn Pattaya, attended by more than 1,000 people representing qualified small- and medium-sized companies and large industrial estates both in the kingdom and in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.

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  5. Welcome to the Hotel BangkokRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    As a city that receives 25 million visitors a year, Bangkok abounds with hotels. The majority of them are new, gleaming and built according to the latest design trend - imposing structures with a lot of glass.

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  6. BANGKOK: Singaporean casino operator interested in investing in ThailandRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    Marina Bay Sands Singapore, the flagship integrated resort of Las Vegas Sands Corp, is interested in running a casino and convention complex in Thailand. "We want to invest in Thailand if we are given permission.

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  7. My gay sex adventure in Bangkok's scandalous SoisRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 10 | Xtra!

    Suvarnabhumi Airport airport, I can feel the electricity in the air. Massive billboards, lights everywhere, thousands of neighbourhoods zoom by .

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  8. Family of Tenby man who drowned in Thailand 'let down by police'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Western Telegraph

    The mother of a Tenby man, diagnosed with bi-polar, who drowned in Thailand has told an inquest it would not have happened if British police had listened to her pleas for help. The inquest heard how 31-year-old Mr Palin was a "hard worker with amazing energy" who had had a successful career as an estate agent.

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  9. What a difference Dawei makesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangkok Post

    Although the tourism industry in the southern city of Myanmar is still in its infancy, it has much to offer Emerging from Tenasserim range, the Dawei River is a source of small-scale fishing and acts as a harbour to transport and trade goods from Yangon. Photos by Arthur Jones Dionio Myanmar's southern city of Dawei is only 150km away from the Thai border checkpoint at Kanchanaburi's Ban Phu Nam Ron, but travelling to the city requires a considerable amount of time and endurance.

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  10. 39 more back home from ThailandRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Daily Star

    Thirty-nine Bangladeshi trafficking victims, who had been rescued by the Thai authorities from the Andaman Sea two months ago, returned home from Bangkok yesterday. A flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines carrying the Bangladeshis landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport last night, BM Jamal Hossain, director at the foreign ministry, told The Daily Star.

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  11. Hats off to Thailand's foreign fans and their tribute videosRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Nation

    With the economy still in a slump as exports and manufacturing recover at a dreadfully slow pace, tourism is one of the few business sectors that have continued to bring in much-needed revenue. Tourism's contribution to GDP has been without interruption, suffering only briefly in times of dire political uncertainty.

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  12. Central Pattana to accommodate Ikea's second store in Thailand at Central WestGate ComplexRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Nation

    CENTRAL Pattana, Thailand's largest shopping-mall developer, said yesterday that it would cancel its plan to develop residential and commercial real-estate projects at its Central WestGate shopping complex in order to accommodate space for Ikea, which will set up its second Thai store there. Wallaya Chirathivat, Central Pattana's senior executive vice president for business development and project construction, told a press conference held to announce the upcoming opening of the Central WestGate complex at Bang Yai, in Nonthaburi province in the outskirts of Bangkok, that Ikea - the world's largest furniture retailer - would be one of the key anchors of the developer's 28th shopping complex.

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  13. Six ways to escape the crowds and see the real Chiang MaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | South China Morning Post

    It's a city of trees, colour, and markets - and a place that encourages introspection. Finding places away from the crowds will help you get so much more from your time there There is a sense of romance, of intrigue, that comes with a trip to Chiang Mai.

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  14. 63 trafficking victims returning homeRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Daily Star

    Thirty nine Bangladeshi trafficking victims, who had been rescued from Andaman Sea by the Thailand authorities, will return home this evening. Among the returnees, 16 hailed from Sirajganj, five from Cox's Bazar, four from Chittagong, three each from Narsingdi and Madaripur, two each from Faridpur, Chuadanga and Rangamati, and one each from Pabna and Magura districts, according to a press release of Bangladesh embassy in Bangkok.

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  15. This is not a water parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Fox News

    A shopping mall may not conjure the allure of a historic marketplace or the splendor of an iconic shopping street with 1,200 shops. But it's not just the size that matters: Dubai Mall is home to the iconic Burj Khalifa building, the tallest manmade structure ever built.

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  16. Chinese woman sparks outcry after drying undies at Disney Hong KongRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Asian Correspondent

    Selfie sticks have been outlawed at Disney theme parks around the globe, but the rules on drying underwear don't seem to be so clearly defined. But that didn't stop a mainland Chinese woman being roundly criticized online for airing her delicates at Disneyland Hong Kong.

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  17. BANGKOK: America apologises - for doing the right thingRead the original story

    Wednesday | Asia News Network

    If you've been doing cartwheels or rolling on the floor laughing at the US embassy's "anti-Thaksin" slip, stop and think. There are two ways to look at it: The Americans have either been embarrassed, or they are cleverly using the incident to shame Thailand even more.

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  18. New Video Impression About Cycling in BangkokRead the original story

    Wednesday | PR.com

    Bangkok, Thailand, July 01, 2015 -- -- Go Bangkok Tours have come up with a new video to show you Bangkok and the tours they have on offer. The video recently produced only takes a minute.

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  19. Visit the Chiang Mai Area with Grasshopper Adventures' New...Read the original story

    Wednesday | PR.com

    Grasshopper adventures add a new bike tour to their Thailand range with the "Chiang Mai Cycling Discovery" 5-day tour to Chiang Mai and its surroundings. Chiang Mai, Thailand, July 01, 2015 -- -- Chiang Mai is a firm favourite with travellers, with its many fascinating temples, lively night markets and great range of accommodation and restaurants.

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  20. Businessman provides a fillip to Thailand-China relationsRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Nation

    While relations between Thailand and China over the past 40 years have been mostly driven by governments and political agendas, ties from now on would also be pushed forward by a person like Richard Huang, a Chinese businessman whose connection with Thailand really means business. Huang is chief executive officer of Weimin International Holding, a Fuzhou-based trading company which is now utilising international mechanisms such as the Asean-China Free Trade Agreement and the newly initiated 21st Century Maritime Silk Road to trade with Thailand and other countries in Southeast Asia.

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