Artikel tagged “Phuket Magazine”

  • Drugs, weapon and preserved animal carcasses found in Rawai

    Drugs, weapon and preserved animal carcasses found in Rawai

    Phuket police and a team of local authorities have arrested 27 year old Anchalee Pantumat, from Nakhon Sawan province, with a list of illegal items including 113 grams of marijuana, a carbine (rifle) with eleven .30 bullets along with jungle cat fur and a sambar deer skull. At her house in Rawai, Police also found marijuana and methamphetamine paraphernalia, 2 BB guns, digital scales, plastic bags for packing and 103,500 Baht in cash

  • Thailand’s outbound travel industry booms

    Thailand’s outbound travel industry booms

    We all know there’s plenty of tourists heading TO Thailand this year.

  • UPDATE: Police in Phuket say the man was shot over money owed on a motorbike

    UPDATE: Police in Phuket say the man was shot over money owed on a motorbike

    PHOTO: Sanook A black Pajero with several people inside had arrived at a rented property in the Rangsiri estate in Muang district, Phuket. A man got out and asked for “Sin”.

  • East-Meets-West at the Laguna Phuket Food & Music Festival 2018

    East-Meets-West at the Laguna Phuket Food & Music Festival 2018

    A three-day “East Meets West” Food & Music Extravaganza is headed back to Laguna Phuket on April 27-29, following on from last year’s inaugural edition. Laguna Phuket has announced the 2nd annual Laguna Phuket Food & Music Festival , saying the three-day food and music extravaganza would attract food and music lovers from around the world to the resort complex at Bangtao Beach. Entry to the evening festival is free except for main stage performances at 8pm.

  • Over 40 new parties registered in one day

    Over 40 new parties registered in one day

    By Kas Chanwanpen As many as 42 groups of people requested to establish new political parties on the first day of pre-registration organised by the Election Commission (EC) yesterday.

  • How much would you pay for a plastic amulet?

    How much would you pay for a plastic amulet?

    The shenanigans at the Kathu Temple, where Chinese tour buses are arriving daily in their droves to purchase ‘lucky’ and ‘magic’ amulets, continues. This time two Dutch tourists, interested to visit a temple and check out the alleged lucky amulets, were horrified by what they discovered. The two, who have asked us not to publish their names, visited the temple yesterday (February 26) as independent travellers although most of the visitors are Chinese tour groups – sometimes up to 15 buses at a time – who are taken to the holy place.

  • THAIGER TODAY Monday, February 26

    THAIGER TODAY Monday, February 26

    59% of those polled don’t want a political party with Prayut as leader | Repairs to Phuket Airport runway | More carnage on Patong Hill | Poorly planned ATM snatch it Krabi | January’s numbers for new cars and tourism | Toon hands over the cash – 1.3 billion baht | Police raid Russian sex classes in Pattaya. The post THAIGER TODAY Monday, February 26 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • Better driving license procedures for foreigners on the way

    Better driving license procedures for foreigners on the way

    The Department of Land Transport has partnered with British Embassy Bangkok to improve driving licence procedures for foreign nationals across Thailand.

  • 7 Krabi King cobras reported in one day – 5 captured and released

    7 Krabi King cobras reported in one day – 5 captured and released

    The Ao Luek Rescue Team in Krabi received a report last night (February 20) at 8.30 pm from 23 year old Nutchanart Bangyabyeo, saying that she found a 4 metre king cobra under the dish washing sink.

  • TAT seeks help to stop damage by Chinese tourists

    TAT seeks help to stop damage by Chinese tourists

    Frequent cases of Chinese tourists damaging coral reefs and other fragile sea natural resources have prompted the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) to seek help from its Chinese counterpart.