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    Investors continue buying up Phuket development projects, land prices increasing

    President of Real Estate Association, Boon Yongsakul says, “Real estate investment in Phuket is continuing to grow.

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    South East Asia hotel investor’s summit kicks off in BKK Monday

    PHOTOS: The largest investor summit for hotel owners and investors in south east asia kicks off in Bangkok May 14 & 15. The event is being held at the Westin Grande Sukhumvit.

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    China has the most atheists. Indonesia and Philippines the most believers.

    China is the least believing country in the world but belief in a God gets 100 per cent mention in countries like Indonesia, Bangladesh and Philippines, according to the survey by Gallup International. According to the survey exploring religious tendencies of 66,000 people in 68 countries across the world, 62 per cent of people in the world define themselves as religious, 74% of people globally believe we have a ‘soul’ and 71% believe in a God. Another 56% believe in heaven, 54% in life after death and 49% in hell.

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    Motorbike taxi driver arrested after robbing Australian tourist

    A reenactment was held at Rawai Palm Beach Resort, opposite the Rawai Municipality yesterday (May 9) led by Chalong Police Chief Col Pakayot Tanongsak together with Rawai Mayor Aroon Solos. The suspect in the re-enacment was 48 year old Tanapon Sukjam, a motorbike taxi driver from Surat Thani who’s stationed at Rawai Beach. On May 8, around 3:30am, Tanapon robbed 39 year old Australian Stephen Kennedy, who was also at the re-enactment, presenting himself as the victim.

  • Over 14 million Malays vote today in general election

    Over 14 million Malays vote today in general election

    EC staff making final preparations at a polling station at Stadium Titiwangsa in Kuala Lumpur. Around 14.4 million Malay­sians will cast their votes today from 8am to 5pm at 28,115 polling stations nationwide. 14,940,624 are registered voters who are eligible to cast their ballots in today’s general election

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    Maybe this idea might get off the ground – Uber takes to the skies

    Uber has held its second annual “flying taxi” conference in LA showcasing its prototype future taxi service and promising to revolutionise the way we get around busy urban areas.. Embraer and Pipistrel Aircraft, two aircraft manufacturers that are working with Uber, released new concept images of aircraft they plan to build for the ride-hailing company’s ambitious project

  • TOONS TUNES – Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa “One Kiss”

    TOONS TUNES – Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa “One Kiss”

    Checking new and amazing music for The Thaiger everyday with Donna Toon Toons Tunes for today features Scottish record producer Calvin Harris and rumored current girlfriend English singer and songwriter Dua Lipa. It is the latest release as the second single from Harris’ upcoming sixth studio album, the track is called “One Kiss”

  • 5 things to check about your social media in 2018

    5 things to check about your social media in 2018

    Social media is going though some upheavals, affecting your numbers, especially the big ‘F’. Alex Runhaar, The Thaiger’s social media svengali, explains the things we need to focus on in 2018 as the social media washing machine swirls around us

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    Bangkok bus engulfed in flames

    Early morning traffic was held up as a Bangkok bus was engulfed in flames on the busy Sukhumvit Road today. No one was injured in the incident.

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    Tour operators called to discuss accident prevention

    A meeting has been held at the Phuket Tourism and Sports Office this week led by Tourist Police commander Col Tongchai Wilaiprom together with the Director of the Phuket Provincial Office of Tourism and Sports, Sirawee Waloh. Joining them were local Phuket tour operators