Artikel tagged “phuket gazette”

  • Skull of the anonymous corpse found in Thalang drain, found.

    Skull of the anonymous corpse found in Thalang drain, found.

    Following the case early yesterday where a man’s body was found without its head in Thalang (story HERE ), police have discovered his skull in a watercourse in Baan Lipon, Thalang (December 10) after a three hour search. After finding the body, police conducted a survey by walking along the watercourse at 9 am Sunday from the scene backwards to Lan Mountan which is a natural waterway

  • Thanyapura’s Colour Fun Run Lights Up 2017’s Phukethon

    Thanyapura’s Colour Fun Run Lights Up 2017’s Phukethon

    Today (Saturday, December 9), around 1,200 people came together to take part in Thanyapura’s annual Colour Fun Run. Runners were both local and international, with many travelling to Thailand specifically to take part in the event. The event celebrates fitness for fun; there are no winners in the Colour Fun Run, and people from all ages and abilities are invited to take part

  • THAIGER TODAY Friday, December 8

    THAIGER TODAY Friday, December 8

    Prawit’s been given 30 days to ‘please explain’ | Flood crisis in Nakhon Si Thammarat | Last night’s island downpour | Australian couple in hospital with mounting bills following bike accident | 50,000 SIM cards seized on the Cambodian border. The post THAIGER TODAY Friday, December 8 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • Phuket Governor visits dog shelter to check on renovations

    Phuket Governor visits dog shelter to check on renovations

    Phuket’s Governor, Norapat Plodthong, visited the Suan Pa Bang Kanun Dog Shelter yesterday (December 5) to check on the progress of its renovation.

  • Southern style with KA Villas – Rawai beach life in Phuket

    Southern style with KA Villas – Rawai beach life in Phuket

    Our property of the month. Welcome to the KA Villas in Rawai, Phuket.

  • Phuketathon – 9,600 runners competing next weekend

    Phuketathon – 9,600 runners competing next weekend

    The exciting running event – marketing itself as ‘Asia’s major running festival’ – Phukethon 2017, is being held on December 8-10 with plenty of running categories from fun run to full marathon at Sapan Hin Park. The event’s director of competition from Move Asia, Boonperm Intanapasat, says that there will be 3 distances – 42.19km full marathon, 21.1km half marathon and a 10km mini marathon. “Each distance is located on challenging routes, especially the full marathon that includes a 20-25 degree slope in one part

  • THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, November 28

    THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, November 28

    Patong venue operators urge authorities to extend opening hours | Bali airport still closed | Surin Beach vendors want a ‘management’ plan | Phuket’s King’s Cup announces dates | Gulf coast of Southern Thailand flooding. The post THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, November 28 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • Phuket King’s Cup Regatta will be hosted at Beyond Resort Kata from December 2-9

    Phuket King’s Cup Regatta will be hosted at Beyond Resort Kata from December 2-9

    The Phuket King’s Cup Regatta is back this year at the Beyond Resort Kata with a particular focus on growing the sport of youth sailing in Thailand. The Opening Ceremony will be held on December 3, 2017 at Beyond Resort Kata. The Prize Giving Ceremony will be held on December 9, also at Beyond Resort Kata, part of Kata Group (rebranded from Kata Beach Resort and Spa) the longstanding spiritual home of the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta

  • “Get rid of corruption – close at 4am”

    “Get rid of corruption – close at 4am”

    Patong entertainment businesses have filed formal requests to close their venues at 4 am, convinced that this is the solution to end bribery in Patong. The association members led by the president, Weerawit Kruasombat, filed a letter to Kathu District Chief, Somprat Prabsongkram today (November 27) for the attention of Phuket Governor, the Interior Minister and Prime Minister as well as Commissionner-General of Royal Thai Police to call for a consideration on the extension of closing time of the entertainment avenues in Patong. The group also followed up about the extension of entertainment avenues zoning which they say needs more public hearings.

  • Relatives claim bodies of Myanmar workers killed in van fire

    Relatives claim bodies of Myanmar workers killed in van fire

    Relatives of some of the 13 Myanmar workers who were killed in a fiery van accident in Sing Buri early on Friday were in Bangkok yesterday (November 25) to claim the bodies. The Police Hospital’s Forensic Medicine Institute opened a room on the first floor to provide assistance to the relatives. The 13 workers were killed along with a Thai driver when the van burst into flames after it crashed into the rear of a truck in Sing Buri.