Artikel tagged “Phuket Magazine News”

  • Three teenage girls in hospital after driving into a badly-signed 2 metre trench – VIDEO

    Three teenage girls in hospital after driving into a badly-signed 2 metre trench – VIDEO

    PHOTO/VIDEO: Run Siam News รักสยาม นิวส์ Three female teenagers have been injured after crashing their Honda Scoopy into a trench filled with mud, two of them seriously. The incident happened at 2am yesterday (Sunday) morning in Soi 9, central Pattaya. The three were riding on the same motorbike

  • Helicopters high over Halong Bay, Vietnam

    Helicopters high over Halong Bay, Vietnam

    Your visit to Vietnam’s Halong Bay, a cruising Mecca for half a century, can now be enjoyed from above. The  Northern Vietnam Helicopter Company will now provide scenic flights over the famous bay, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Vietnam.

  • 24 year old engineering student found dead in Bangkok house

    24 year old engineering student found dead in Bangkok house

    An engineering student at a leading University in Bangkok has shot and killed himself in his house in Bangkok’s Bueng Koom district. Beung Koom police were alerted to the incident very early this morning at a house on Soi Seri Thai 41 in Klong Koom sub-district, at 12.30am. The 24 year old student was found dead in his bedroom with a gunshot wound to his right temple

  • And then there were three. Bidding for Airport duty free concession.

    And then there were three. Bidding for Airport duty free concession.

    Only three Thai bidders – King Power Duty Free,  a consortium led by Bangkok Airways, and a bid by Royal Orchid Hotel – remain in play as the companies attempt to win the licence to run duty-free shops at the Phuket, Chiang Mai and Hat Yai international airports. The Central Department Store bid has formerly dropped out of the bidding process being run by Airports of Thailand (AoT).

  • Thai PM takes flack from social media over his Animal Farm recommendation

    Thai PM takes flack from social media over his Animal Farm recommendation

    PHOTO: The Thai PM has never been comfortable around farm animals PM Prayut Chan-o-cha is taking a lot of flack after suggesting Thais read George Orwell’s dystopian novel, “Animal Farm”. And a government spokesperson’s explanation has dug the hole even deeper.

  • Ship owner fined 50,000 baht for chemical fire at Laem Chabang port

    Ship owner fined 50,000 baht for chemical fire at Laem Chabang port

    The Port Authority of Thailand  has slapped a 50,000 baht fine on the South Korean owner of a container ship which caught fire at the Laem Chabang deep-sea port on Saturday morning, causing a chemical fire and smoke blanketing surrounding communities. Laem Chabang is just north of Pattaya fronting the Gulf of Thailand.

  • Two Thais charged over Chinese bag snatch in Rawai, Phuket

    Two Thais charged over Chinese bag snatch in Rawai, Phuket

    Two suspects who snatched a bag from a Chinese tourist in Rawai, pulling her to the ground. have been charged

  • Netizens say the policeman’s drunk. Police chief says he ‘is sick’. VIDEO

    Netizens say the policeman’s drunk. Police chief says he ‘is sick’. VIDEO

    A video clip of a policeman falling off a motorcycle onto the footpath on the roadside has gone viral in Thai social media. Netizens say the Phuket policeman was clearly drunk but the local police chief maintains ‘he was just sick’ .

  • Port fire damage exceeds 100 million baht

    Port fire damage exceeds 100 million baht

    by Pratch Rujivanarom Thailand Port Authority director Kamolsak Phromprayoon says that losses from the huge fire and chemical spill at Laem Chabang Seaport on Saturday are estimated to be more than 100 million baht, while environmental campaigners are urging authorities to demand compensation from the people responsible for carrying the undisclosed hazardous chemicals.

  • HM The King acknowledges the passing of General Prem

    HM The King acknowledges the passing of General Prem

    PHOTO: Matichon Online HM the King has acknowledged, with great sadness, the loss of General Prem Tinsulanonda, whom he described as a great national benefactor. The announcement said HM the King has agreed to sponsor the funeral rite at Wat Benjamaborpit Dusitwanaram for seven days from today and presented a Royal urn for the late statesman.