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1. Ku Ka Sing and Ku Phon Rakang Khmer-Style Ruins in Roi-Et, Thailand - HD Video
It is very unusual to have 900-1,000 year old Khmer-style ruins in Thailand to yourself, but at Ku Ka Sing there are very few tourists, and at Ku Phon Rakang just a 3-minute drive away, even less. This makes them very popular with film crews and the like, as they pretty much have the place to themselves. Both Ku Ka Sing and Ku Phon Rakang are located in Ban Ku Ka Sing in the Kaset
2. Pictures from Special Rice Cutting Ceremony in Ku Ka Sing, Roi-Et, Thailand
On 5 November 2016, many of the leaders within the Ku Ka Sing community of Kaset Wisai in Roi-Et, Thailand held a special rice cutting ceremony in honour of HM the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand. The hom mali (jasmine rice) fields where the ceremony took place are new, and were actually constructed in the late King's honour a few years ago.
3. Narisala Resort in Ban Dok Mai, Roi-Et, Thailand - HD Video
The Narisala Resort in Ban Dok Mai, Suwaanaphum District of Roi-Et Province in Thailand is one such example of a great value little resort. Located just off Arunprasert Road, the Narisala Resort is surrounded by rice fields. It features 26 rooms, of which 20 are standard rooms and 6 are what the resort calls VIP rooms. The Narisala also has a cheap same-day laundry service, and a s
4. Tourism Authority of Thailand Unveils “A-B-C Strategy” for Emerging Destinations
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has adopted a simplified “A-B-C Strategy” to promote emerging tourist destinations by creating inter-linked, theme-related travel routes that its says better distribute visitor flows nationwide. Speaking at TAT's media briefing on the opening day of the Thailand Travel Mart Plus (TTM+) 2019, Mr. Tanes Petsuwan, TAT Deputy Governor for Marketi
5. 340 Buyers from 51 Countries at TTM+ 2019
In 2018, the Thai tourism industry recorded a total of 38 million international arrivals, up by 7.54% on 2017, generating an estimated US$62 billion in earnings, up by 9.63%. This year, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has set a growth target of twelve percent in tourism revenue from the international market, and the three-day TTM+ 2019 currently being held in Pattaya will h
6. JW Marriott and DJI Launch Drone Experience Program
JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts has partnered DJI, one of the world’s leading drone-makers. As the first property to debut the Drone Experience Program, JW Marriott Zhejiang Anji will launch the initiative on 12 November 2016. DJI representatives will host on-site experience sessions for hotel guests to demonstrate how to safely operate a drone and provide essential aerial photography
7. Organic Farming and Sustainable Tourism - Khun Arrut Navaraj at TTM+ 2019
The successful Thailand Travel Mart (TTM+) 2019, held in Jomtien, Pattaya last week, not only had the crucial buyers meet sellers component, but also different workshops with expert speakers sharing their knowledge with media and sellers alike. One such expert, Khun Arrut Navaraj, Managing Director of Suan Sampran, gave an interesting talk to delegates about Organic Farming and Sus
8. Thailand Targets 10% Growth in Tourism Revenues in 2020
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is aiming to boost tourism revenues by 10%, over the projection for this year, in 2020. For the domestic market, TAT says that it will categorise customers into various segments such as, Gen X, Gen Y, family and millennial family, silver age, lady, first jobber, multi-gen, and corporate.

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