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  • Top Ten Things to know about taking a bus from Phuket to Bangkok (or back)

    Top Ten Things to know about taking a bus from Phuket to Bangkok (or back)

    So you need to get from Phuket to Bangkok, or Bangkok to Phuket? You have choices of flying, driving or taking a bus.

  • THAIGER TODAY Friday, March 9

    THAIGER TODAY Friday, March 9

    Freak storm cells caught on video | Changes for renters and landlords | Russian tourist run over and killed in Pattaya | Raid on Chiang Mai house selling dodgy health supplements | Rabies situation – under control but under watch. The post THAIGER TODAY Friday, March 9 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • Houses destroyed at Baan Bang Tao School

    Houses destroyed at Baan Bang Tao School

    Two teachers’ houses in the Baan Bang Tao School were on fire last night at about 8pm. The houses are completely destroyed after a furious blaze.

  • Briton dies on bus from Bangkok to Phetchabun

    Briton dies on bus from Bangkok to Phetchabun

    A Thai passenger was horrified to discover Thursday night that he had sat for hours next to a dead British passenger on board an air-conditioned bus from Bangkok to Phetchabun.   61 year old Michael Richarddeen was discovered dead in his bus seat at 7.30pm when the Bangkok-Phu Rua bus stopped at a Phet Prasert bus parking point on Saraburi-Lomsak road in Lop Buri’s Chai Badal district.   He was still sitting as if he were sleeping on the right side of the fourth row from the front

  • Rama X banknotes go into circulation from April 6

    Rama X banknotes go into circulation from April 6

    The first banknotes bearing a portrait of His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn will be issued on April 6, Chakri Day. The Bank of Thailand announced on Thursday that, in accordance with permission granted by the palace, it would release banknotes bearing an image of King Rama X that day in the denominations of 20, 50 and 100 baht 500 baht and 1,000 baht notes with his portrait will enter circulation on July 28, His Majesty’s birthday. Older banknotes will remain legal tender

  • “The Great Convenience Store Gourmet Challenge” Episode 1

    “The Great Convenience Store Gourmet Challenge” Episode 1

    Can a chef prepare an amazing meal simply from ingredients in a local 7/11 convenience store? One of my favourite things about living on our little slice of paradise, we get to do funky things with creative and cool people! Here’s our first episode of “The Great Convenience Store Gourmet Challenge” with Belinda Tuckwell from Firefly in Layan, Phuket. The post “The Great Convenience Store Gourmet Challenge” Episode 1 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • THAIGER TODAY Monday, March 5

    THAIGER TODAY Monday, March 5

    Thai police getting a ‘make-over’ | Outrigger resorts being sold to Singha Estate | New flights, new locations meanwhile Thai Airways struggling | Parents being urged to watch kids while swimming | 79% approve of poll next February | 40 year old hunter shoots relative. The post THAIGER TODAY Monday, March 5 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • Shooting rage in Rassada – one dead, one in critical condition

    Shooting rage in Rassada – one dead, one in critical condition

    Last night (March 4) police received a report about a shooting in a house at the Rangsiri housing project, in Rassada, east of Phuket Town. Two people were shot; one died and another remains in critical condition. At the 2 story house, which doubles as a tattoo shop in the ground floor, police found blood and several .45 bullets on the ground near the gate, near the tattoo chair, and in front of a bedroom.

  • Tourist falls at Ao Nang Cliff

    Tourist falls at Ao Nang Cliff

    A 32 year old Argentinian woman, Karina Laura Citroner, fell from the Lagoon Cliff at Phra Nang Beach, Railay Bay, resulting in serious injuries. The Argentinian woman ended up with her right leg and the joint on the right foot broken with a serious open wound

  • Krabi Airport’s runway cracked

    Krabi Airport’s runway cracked

    A passenger using Facebook account, Atipoj Srisukhon, posted a picture of a cracked runway at Krabi International Airport, expressing the concern about the safety today (March 2).

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