Suan Luang: The Green Oasis in the Heart of Phuket Town

Originally a mining site, Suan Luang Rama IX Park in Phuket Town underwent a stunning transformation in 1987 to become the lush oasis it is today. The park serves both as a tribute to His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 60th birthday and as a showcase of Phuket's commitment to environmental resilience
[td_block_social_counter facebook=”tagdiv” twitter=”tagdivofficial” youtube=”tagdiv” style=”style8 td-social-boxed td-social-font-icons” tdc_css=”eyJhbGwiOnsibWFyZ2luLWJvdHRvbSI6IjMwIiwiZGlzcGxheSI6IiJ9LCJwaG9uZSI6eyJtYXJnaW4tYm90dG9tIjoiMzgiLCJkaXNwbGF5IjoiIn19″]
- Advertisement -spot_img

Thailand’s Land Bridge Vision: A Gamble on Geopolitics and Trade

Navigating a geopolitical minefield, Thailand's proposed $3 billion land bridge has escalated from a domestic economic venture into a nexus of international rivalries. As the U.S. and China vie for influence, Japan emerges as a potential key partner. The project promises to redefine maritime trade routes and has far-reaching implications for the balance of power in Asia.

The Nine Emperor Gods Festival: A Tapestry of Faith and Tradition in Phuket

For nine days each year, Phuket transforms into a spiritual spectacle during the Nine Emperor Gods Festival (Phuket Vegetarian Festival), showcasing an arresting blend of Taoist orthodoxy and local lore that captivates both participants and spectators.

The Countdown Begins: Phuket Readies for 29th Laguna Triathlon

Set to redefine Phuket as a global sports hub, the 29th Laguna Phuket Triathlon on November 19th aims to draw over 1,200 athletes from 30 countries. Backed by Thailand's leading organizations, the event promises to kick-start Phuket's high tourism season for 2023, blending modern facilities with natural beauty.

From Historic Tin Mines to Lithium Innovations: Phang Nga’s Mineral Landscape Evolves

Pan Asia Metals expands its lithium frontier in Phang Nga's Kata Thong with five new exploration blocks, eyeing Asia's booming EV market. Leveraging historic mineral wealth and modern geothermal potential, these blocks position the company at the forefront of eco-friendly, low-carbon lithium production.

Phang Nga’s New Gateway: A Bold Vision for Andaman’s Aviation Future

Thailand's Andaman provinces seek a new aviation hub in Phang Nga, envisioning a larger capacity than Phuket airport. As tourist demand soars post-pandemic, local councils propose the new airport in Khok Kloi to accommodate growing traffic. With potential to host larger aircraft and double the passenger influx, the Phang Nga - Andaman International Airport emerges as a promising solution.

Latest Articles