The highly-respected Bangkok Hospital and Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok have extended their innovative Alternative State Quarantine programme, which gives Thai nationals and expat travellers a stylish, safe and spacious place to stay upon their return to the country.
Avani Hotels & Resorts is pleased to announce the signing of two new resort hotels in the Southern Thailand resort town of Krabi, marking the brand’s continued growth within Thailand.
Capella Bangkok, the luxurious new boutique retreat nestled on the east bank of the legendary River of Kings, the Chao Phraya, will introduce guests to the rich cultural and culinary heritage of Charoenkrung, its charming and rapidly re-emerging riverside neighbourhood.
AKARYN Hotel Group, one of Thailand’s home-grown luxury boutique hotel specialist, has become one of the first Asian hospitality companies to catch the cycling bug, as it launches a series of fully-equipped bicycle tourism adventures through the spectacular scenery of Southern Thailand.
Outrigger Koh Samui Beach Resort in Thailand has added 12 innovative in-house activities and options for its guests who appreciate the finer points of Thai hospitality, culture and food.
Centara Hotels & Resorts, one of Thailand’s leading hotel operator, recently announced that its fifth hotel in the COSI Collection will be in Chiang Mai, the leading destination in Northern Thailand and a magnet for today’s Digital Nomads.
The Ministry of Tourism and Sports announced the tourism figures for January-November of this year. Thailand received 34,431,489 international visitors, up by 7,53 percent over the same period of 2017, generating an estimated 1,8 billion Baht in tourism revenue, up by 9,79 percent.
Over 25,000 runners from all around the world are set to return for the second edition of the Amazing Thailand Marathon Bangkok 2019 presented by Toyota.
Gulf Air and Thai Airways International (THAI), signed an expansion to the existing codeshare agreement effective from October 28.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is working together with local stakeholders and tourists on Ko Samui to eliminate the use of single-use plastics and encourage all to reduce waste, reuse and recycle to help protect the island’s ecosystem.