The conclusion is clear that the criticism of "Brits behaving badly in Thailand" is an increasingly observable fact. Also when taken as a percentage far more British people are dying in Thailand and being hospitalized than compared to just three or four years ago.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has entered into a partnership with Michelin Travel Partner to publish a Bangkok edition of the Michelin Guide.

Thurday April 4th 2017 Pattaya police went to a housing estate looking for a lady known as “Miss Nicha”.

Udon, Thailand: A Thai region where husbands are imported: The most dazzling creatures Nui Davis saw when she was a child were the village girls who had found foreign husbands, visiting in their Western finery and handing out candies to the children.

PHUKET: A British woman “Sophie”, 41, from Blackpool, and six months pregnant was crushed under a truck in central Phuket today (May 8 2017) after her partner was riding pillion on swerved to avoid a car.

A team of British shoplifters were arrested by the local police in Koh Samui, after CCTV recordings proved that they stole a very expensive drone from D-Game and Toy in the Thai tourist paradise.

An elusive British serial burglar, who has been on the run from police for at least two years, was arrested yesterday in connection with another series of burglaries in Phuket.

Abigail Brown had a so called 'silly row' with her boyfriend about him talking with a Thai girl on January 6 2017 before she accidentally ended her life in the couples hotel room, an inquest heard yesterday.

A story of a mother and step father who took advantage of a 12 year old girl has come to light in the Ratanathibet area of Nonthaburi north of Bangkok.

Police in Phitsanulok have several theories in mind - suicide, accident in the case of the dead British pensioner, Trevor Roberts, 74, was found dead in river in Phitsanulok in Central Thailand.

A 64-year-old man popped sex drugs and died of a heart attack while romping with an escort who fled leaving him on the bed.

Low cost airline AirAsia will start sale of next week for a new route linking Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia to Sihanoukville in Cambodia, with the first flights to take off August 9 2017.

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