Artikel erschien in der Magazine Category

Phuket Hotels & Travel Guide – Phuket News and Tourist Information and all about This tropical Island.
This Category is supported by Phuket Gazette!

  • Ten year ‘Geeza Visa’ now available for Retirees in Thailand.

    Ten year ‘Geeza Visa’ now available for Retirees in Thailand.

    The 10-year visa for foreign retirees is now available at an Immigration office near you. Besides the top Immigration officer’s announcement today many offices are unaware of the change and new availability of the 10 year visa option.

  • THAIGER TODAY @ Ao Sane Beach. Wednesday, August 16

    THAIGER TODAY @ Ao Sane Beach. Wednesday, August 16

    We headed down to Ao Sane Beach today to check out the controversial villa | Red-light cameras are working TOO well | Security officers will be protecting Supreme Court Judges leading up to the Yingluck verdict. The post THAIGER TODAY @ Ao Sane Beach.

  • Rocks ain’t clams! Phuket man complains after finding stones in his seafood.

    Rocks ain’t clams! Phuket man complains after finding stones in his seafood.

    39 year old Kittiphon Chuensrinuan, from Phuket, headed to the Phuket Office of Consumer Protection Board (OCPB) yesterday to complain about overpriced clams sold in a seafood shop in front of the Rawai Sea Gypsy village. The display of clams also contained stones

  • Krabi snatch and run thief arrested in Phuket

    Krabi snatch and run thief arrested in Phuket

    Phuket police have managed to arrest 35 year old Panuwit Pakamas, a Krabi resident, after he snatched a bag with 10,000 Baht in cash and other valuables from a Chinese tourist and fled the scene. Pol

  • Some changes for traffic flow at Phuket International Airport

    Some changes for traffic flow at Phuket International Airport

    Phuket International Airport is about to readjust the traffic flow in front of the domestic terminal as well as the pick-up point for arrivals. The readjustment aims to separate the arrivals and the departures of the domestic terminal and will start from August 19

  • Supreme Court Judges under protection in lead up to Yingluck verdict

    Supreme Court Judges under protection in lead up to Yingluck verdict

    Security officers will be sent to guard judges in the high-profile case involving former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra to maintain order ahead of the announcement of a verdict. The panel of nine judges hearing the case in the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Political Office Holders, and their residences, will be under guard until after the court delivers its verdict on August 25.

  • Luxury property on the hillside of Ao Sane to be partially demolished

    Luxury property on the hillside of Ao Sane to be partially demolished

    The 12-meter high beach villa project on the cliff at Ao Sane has been proven to be illegal according to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. The owners have been instructed to demolish the upper structure to meet the legal height of 6 meters

  • What makes a good rental villa?

    What makes a good rental villa?

    by Ian Macaulay www.AquilaPhuket.com Not everyone who has gone through the process of owning or building a villa will want to rent it out.  Even if you don’t, rentability can have a significant impact on the asset and resale value so it’s well worth being aware of a given property’s potential appeal to the rental market. Here are a few things to consider: Location No, we won’t say this 3x, but it always should be remembered as a major factor. Every location has its advantages, which can range from the mundane – number of parking spaces (for when you want to have a gathering of friends), or accessibility to restaurants as some examples

  • THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, August 15

    THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, August 15

    Soggy start to Tuesday | Government pushing ahead with media controls | Bombardier Monorail coming to BKK | Activists urging Government to come up with long-term flood solutions | Belgian couple accuse ‘police’ of scam. The post THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, August 15 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • Patong and Rawai worst hit from floods

    Patong and Rawai worst hit from floods

    DATELINE: 1pm, August 15. The torrential rain in Phuket is affecting several at-risk areas including Patong and the Sea Gypsy Village in Rawai. Several hours of heavy rains have resulted in some parts of Patong to be underwater, especially on Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Road where smaller vehicles and motorbikes could barely move through.

Powered by Phuket Magazin