Tag Archives: Thailand

UAE: Dubai Police arrest international gang for stealing 100 million Thai Baht.

Dubai: 25-member Thai gang specialised in stealing bank accounts in Thailand and some other Asian countries were arrested in Dubai, The total money stolen by the gang was about 100 million Thai Baht.



Kuwait men Ice Hockey team qualifies for Bangkok int’l tournament

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#Kuwait Men Ice Hockey team qualified for the final game of the Bangkok Land of Smiles 2017 tournament, after beating Bangkok Flying Farangs 3-2 on Friday.
Ahmad Al-Omran, Treasurer of Kuwait’s Winter Games Club said that the players did a remarkable job throughout the clash. He said the players did an outstanding job both at the defensive and offensive ends, and were determined to do the same when they meet Sting team tomorrow evening.

Thousands turn out to see lavish funeral of Thailand’s late King Bhumibol


#Bangkok: Thousands of people turned out in Bangkok to watch the funeral procession of Thailand’s late King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Thursday with buildings draped in yellow marigolds and mourners lining the streets on the eve of his cremation, A sum of $90 million has been set aside for the funeral, the likes of which has never been seen in Thailand, officials in charge of preparations have said.

Thailand bans smoking on 20 popular tourist beaches


#Bangkok: Those caught lighting up could face a year’s imprisonment as the government seeks to end pollution and drain damage on Thai beaches caused by discarded cigarette butts. The ban, which will come into play in November, will affect 20 beaches including Patong, Koh Khai Nok, Koh Khai Nai (Phuket); Hua Hin, Cha-Am, Khao Takiab (western province of Prachuap Khiri Khan); Pattaya, Jomtien, Bangsaen (eastern province of Chonburi) and Samila (Songkhla city). After a trial period, the ban is expected to be enforced on all Thai beaches, as well as on passenger and tourist boats, to tackle the problem of butts damaging the underwater environment. Anyone found to be breaking the law will face one year in jail or a maximum 100,000 baht fine, or both.