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.
Best Western Hotels & Resorts has held a ground-breaking ceremony for its latest hotel in Bangkok, Best Western Nada Don Mueang, which is set to become one of the best-connected hotels in Thailand’s thriving capital city.
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.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) sponsored Australian cyclist Jack Thompson on his 14-day bicycle journey through Thailand to promote the country as a cycling destination.
Visitors to Bangkok’s mighty Chao Phraya River were treated to a world first when they recently witnessed the inaugural King’s Cup Elephant Boat Races.
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.
Renowned Southeast Asia boutique hospitality brand, X2 (Cross-To) Resorts has appointed a new cluster general manager for its pair of stylish seafront properties near Pattaya: X2 Pattaya Oceanphere and X2 Vibe Pattaya Seaphere.
Best Western Hotels & Resorts has announced the signing of a stylish new seafront property in the popular resort town of Hua Hin, on Thailand’s gulf coast.
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.