“Thailand’s government is taking proactive steps to manage the economy and reduce the cost of living. Efforts include regulating prices, promoting local goods, attracting foreign investment, and investing in infrastructure. Stay tuned for a detailed report after the 100day mark! ThailandGovernment EconomicManagement CostOfLiving ForeignInvestment InfrastructureInvestment”
📣 Attention all! Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is making his first official visit to Laos and will be attending the “Naga Fire: Miracle of Faith 2023” event in Phon Phisai, Nong Khai on Oct 29! 🎉 Join us in celebrating this special occasion and experiencing the vibrant festivities along the Mekong River from Oct 21 to Nov 6. Get ready for an amazing display of faith and culture! 🙌✨ NagaFire2023 CelebrationOfFaith ThaiHospitality VisitLaos MekongRiver CulturalFestivities
The Thai government is cracking down on influential figures believed to have a negative impact on the country. A committee will monitor the individuals closely to assess if they have been involved in any of the 16 types of crime. Thailand governmentcrackdown crimewatch tourism travelasia
Newlyappointed Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin held a meeting with representatives of eight airlines on Monday to discuss strategies for capitalizing on the expected increase in tourist arrivals during the high season. The CEOs present at the meeting included: Newlyappointed Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin held a meeting with representatives of eight airlines on Monday to discuss strategies for capitalizing on the expected increase in tourist arrivals during the high season. The CEOs present at the meeting included:
Bhumjaithai, the secondlargest party in the government coalition, has demonstrated its political strength, as it is poised to secure several crucial cabinet positions. The party, which holds 71 seats in parliament, played a strong hand in negotiations and even threatened to leave the coalition if they didn’t get their desired positions.
Koh Samui, a beautiful island located in the Gulf of Thailand, recently played host to an essential government event. On August 8, 2023, key stakeholders gathered at the Phet Samui meeting room within the Koh Samui Municipality Office to discuss pressing matters and further collaboration.
The Bhumjaithai Party, which placed third in the May 14 election with 71 House seats, has confirmed its refusal to join a coalition government involving the Move Forward Party (MFP). Bhumjaithai leader Anutin Charnvirakul stated that the party remains committed to its initial standpoint and will not participate in a coalition government that includes the MFP.