18 killed, 40 injured in Thailand after train collides with bus travelling from Samut Prakan province to Chachoengsao temple



a group of people on a train track: 18 killed, 40 injured in Thailand after train collides with bus travelling from Samut Prakan province to Chachoengsao temple


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18 killed, 40 injured in Thailand after train collides with bus travelling from Samut Prakan province to Chachoengsao temple

Chachoengsao: At least 18 people were killed and more than 40 injured in Thailand on Sunday when a freight train crashed into a bus taking passengers to a religious ceremony, officials said.

The morning collision, around 50 kilometres east of the capital Bangkok, toppled the bus on

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Thailand offers new extended-stay visas for Hong Kong, Macau, but quarantine leaves tourism sector’s travel bubble dreams on hold



a group of people with luggage at an airport: Tourists walk through Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport before Covid-19 put a freeze on most international travel. Photo: AFP


Tourists walk through Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport before Covid-19 put a freeze on most international travel. Photo: AFP

Thailand’s consulate in Hong Kong has launched a visa programme that will allow residents from the city and Macau to stay in the country for up to nine months, though a mandatory 14-day quarantine means the offer is unlikely to move the dial on travel, a tourism sector lawmaker has said.

The Tourism

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Jessica More Gives Us A Guide To Phi Phi Thailand

While the world is still very much in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s nothing wrong with spending a little time thinking about your post-pandemic travel wish list. Okay, a lot of time. Make no mistake, there will be a day when you can dust off your passport, pack a bag, and board a plane to safely travel the globe. It might not be tomorrow, next week, or next

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Resumption of tourism between China and Thailand ‘not happening any time soon’ – News

A senior official of the Chinese embassy in Bangkok has ruled out early reopening of tourism between China and Thailand, as the two countries are not ready to open the sector.

China has been recently reopening for domestic tourism, but has not yet welcomed foreign tourists, or urged Chinese people to travel abroad, said Yang Xin, minister counsellor and deputy chief of mission at the Embassy of the People’s Republic

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Singapore and Thailand agree to speed up talks on essential business travel through reciprocal green lane, Singapore News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Singapore and Thailand have agreed to speed up discussions on setting up a reciprocal green lane for essential business travel between them, said Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday (Aug 26).

The two Asean nations also had productive talks on strengthening the resilience of supply chains and connectivity networks during the meeting done via video-conferencing, added the ministry in its statement.

Held on Wednesday, the discussion during

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Slovenia, Guadeloupe Removed From Safe Travel Lists As Thailand, Singapore Added

UPDATE: On 17 September, the relevant authorities announced that Slovenia and Guadeloupe have been removed from the list of safe travel corridors for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland following data showing a significant increase in confirmed cases of coronavirus.

That means travelers returning to the UK from those destinations after 4am on Saturday 19 September

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Capella is launching its very first Thailand property in Bangkok this October

Singapore’s luxury resort brand Capella is about to launch its very first establishment in Thailand on October 1. Entitled Capella Bangkok, the property is situated on the left bank of the Chao Phraya River on Charoenkrung Road.

This Singaporean hotel, which first opened in 2009, has gained a reputation for being one of the most luxurious accommodations in the island city, and is apparently favored by visiting heads of

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Finish of visa amnesty September 26 | Complete Thailand Travel Guide (September 2020)

Latest update – September 22. The Thaiger updates information about travelling to and re-entering Thailand. Depending on where you’re coming from, your purpose for visiting Thailand and your country’s own Covid-19 travel restrictions, the situation is changing daily. If you are overseas and wish to come to Thailand your FIRST port of call must be the Royal Thai Embassy in your country before you make any bookings.

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