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  1. During the early hours on Monday the 1st of May around 1:30 am, four Swiss-Thai children fell from the fourth story of a tower block in central Bangkok leading to the death of the youngest child aged 5 and the hospitalization of the three others (aged 7-11) who remain in a critical, life threatening condition. Didi (11y) does not appear to be getting the right medical treatment. She has been downgraded to a fan room with Lucas (10y). Chanida (7y) is still in the coma. This fundraiser has been set for...Read More You can donate and support Didi, Lucas and Chanida here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/balconyfall
  2. International flights begin at Hua Hin airport Image: TNA Mcot The first commercial international flight from Kuala Lumpur to Hua Hin arrived on Friday. The maiden flight landed at the seaside resort as scheduled at 11am, with 150 passengers on board. Deputy Transport Minister Pairin Chuchotethavorn who oversaw the welcoming ceremony said the flights would increase the amount of tourists visiting Hua Hin and be a big boost for the local economy. Currently the airport can accommodate around 300 passengers per hour but plans are already afoot to expand the airport and improve facilities to handle more passengers in the future. Air Asia will now offer return flights four times per week. Flights will take place on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, departing Kuala Lumpur at 10am local time, arriving in Hua Hin at 11am. From Hua Hin flights depart at 11:30am local time arriving in Kuala Lumpur at 2:35pm. In addition to the Hua Hin - Kuala Lumpur route, earlier this month Thaivisa learned that Air Asia is looking into the possibility of launching a Hua Hin - Chiang Mai route. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-05-19
  3. “Do you want a fight?” Drunk foreigner harassing locals in Hua Hin escapes arrest An English speaking foreign man was lucky not to spend a night in the cells after acting aggressively towards paramedics, police and locals in Hua Hin. The man was caught on camera threatening people close in the Soi Bintabaht area of Hua Hin on Tuesday. The incident took place when a friend of the man, who appeared to be in wheelchair, was involved in an collision with a motorcycle. While his friend was receiving treatment, the unidentified man could be seen grabbing a paramedic by the collar and generally making a nuisance of himself. He then asked onlookers “do you want a fight with me?” “I'll kick your arse”, he said raising his fists. Bizarrely the man could then be seen removing his sandals before goading others, who only minutes earlier had been trying to assist his injured friend. That was enough for a police officer to step in and have a word with the foreigner, who in another clip could be seen giving an apologetic wai to the policeman. The footage of the clip was uploaded to Facebook. People commenting criticised the man’s actions. One comment read: “If he’d have behaved like that in his own country he would be put in jail”. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-04-04
  4. SHARK ALERT: Hua Hin fisherman says not a question of 'if' but 'what kind' attacked tourist Fishermen familiar with the waters off Hua Hin said that in the last year there have been an increasing number of large sharks in the sea off Hua Hin. And an abbot has issued a warning after video and still photography showed sharks circling in the sea off a temple in the area where a Norwegian tourist claimed he was attacked. Video footage - deleted but now obtained by Thaivisa - showed a Norwegian man being carried to a pick-up to be taken to hospital after what was said to be a shark attack at Sai Noi Beach in Prachuap Khirikhan. He had a bloody wound to his left foot. Doctors suggested that it was caused by a slip on barnacled rocks but fishermen in the area expressed no great surprise that it may be a shark attack that would be a first for the area. Phichet Wongkai said that a year ago he had caught two bull sharks in his net each weighing 30-40 kilos, reported Manager. Since then he said fishermen had seen sharks in increasing numbers in the waters off Hua Hin. He was shocked one had bitten a tourist but was hardly surprised suggesting that they were coming in closer to the shore to feed. For Phichet it was not a question of IF it was a shark but WHAT KIND attacked the tourist. In light of the shark attack claim the abbot of nearby Wat Tham Khao Tao added fuel to the fire. Phra Khru Bunyaphiram said that sharks had been coming close to the temple more and more recently. On Monday he took a video of sharks circling. He was not able to confirm that it was a shark attack but he called on the authorities to act fast in the light of the evidence. Sophon Thongdee of the Department of Coastal Resources said he could not confirm or deny if it was a shark attack yet but assured the public that his department were acting with urgency. A survey of the area was planned for today, Tuesday, with experts in a speedboat looking into the matter. Sophon said that if it was a shark attack it would be a first for the area. Hua Hin fisheries representative Amnat Fakteuan also suggested that it was too early to say but intimated that the evidence was mounting that it was indeed a shark attack on the tourist. No one has yet quoted the tourist about what he saw or felt. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-04-17
  5. How to get a driving licence in Thailand In association with the British Embassy Bangkok and Thaivisa: Following the announcement that the Department of Land Transport has partnered with British Embassy Bangkok to improve driving licence procedures for foreign nationals, a new video details how Brits and other expats can obtain a driving license in Thailand.
  6. You can donate and support #DEATHBYPLASTIC here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/support-our-fight-against-plastic-waste-in-thailand
  7. Hi everybody, My name is Philip J Brook. 12 years ago I started a snake and reptile rescue and relocation service in the beautiful island of Koh Samui. Koh samui is very overdeveloped now and the environment and wildlife are suffering greatly ! I now get calls for all kinds of animals including gibbons, slow loris, pangolins to name a few ! I get some donations on rescues but not many and I get no funding or any government help ! I use my own money to run my organisation and I am now in great need of...Read More You can donate and support Phil here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/support-the-man-who-keeps-you-safe-from-snakes
  8. The Peace and Happiness Foundation runs on the dream to provide education in the English language to underprivileged children of Thailand, beginning from the first grade of primary school. Our founder, Ms. Natasha Stewart, found inspiration from the late King Bhumibol to help the children of Thailand develop their analytical skills and English ability by bringing the teaching method of international schools into the poorer Thai schools. Currently we are connected with around thirteen schools in Northern Thailand - in the provinces of Chiang Rai and Nan, reaching out to approximately 100 students aged 7-8. Peace and Happiness provides education that includes the development of analytical skills, English language, Math, Science, as well as Social and Health concepts. One of the many attributes that makes our education method unique is the...Read More You can donate and support Peace And Happiness Foundation here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/pahf
  9. You can donate and support Brent here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/kohsamui
  10. Look at the size of it! Video shows HUGE snake captured in Nakhon Sri Thammarat This is the moment a snake, thought to be 6 metres in length, was captured at a house in Nakhon Sri Thammarat on Thursday (Feb 15). Rescue workers were called after the 64 year old owner of the house spotted the head of the snake as they left to go to work in the adjoining rubber plantation. The home owner didn't realise just how big the snake was as only part of it was initially visible. When rescue workers arrived it took 7 of them nearly 20 minutes to remove the snake. The post on Facebook, which has now been shared more than 4,000 times, estimated the snake weighed more than 100kg. The snake was later released into the wild. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-02-16
  11. Jonathan Fairfield

    Now THIS is a snake….

    Now THIS is a snake…. ‘Rescued’ somewhat reluctantly from a vehicle in Krabi on Monday
  12. Since 2009, DaLaa volunteers have been working with the villagers and children especially at the local schools. There have been a big improvement and continuation of useful activities and constructions. Community members are more aware of environmental issues and how to preserve the local beliefs and life style. In 2010, Sakkarin, also staff of DaLaa, decided to move to live in Kok Payom. With help of villagers, he creates “Klong Toh Lem Academy”, an alternative school on the other side of the canal, in the middle of mangrove forest where children can learn about environment, local values, wisdoms, and language in a very...Read More You can donate and support this school here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/the-community-foundation-for-the-society-of-lifelong-learning
  13. You've got to see this: Footage of Thailand's latest road rage incident turned into Street Fighter Image: Puvadach Anguranak Footage of an incident earlier this week which saw two men brawling in the middle of a busy street in Bangkok has been turned into something quite brilliant by one Facebook user. The incident made national news when footage emerge of a man dressed in a suit fighting another man near the Phrakhanong BTS in downtown Bangkok. The footage was shared from "Namemes Trd" to The Clip and quickly went viral on social media. But now Facebook user Puvadach Anguranak has come up with his own version, turning the video of the fight to resemble something out of the classic arcade game Street Fighter. And the result is awesome. In fact it’s so good that Anguranak’s version has now also gone viral, racking up more than one million views. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-01-24
  14. I am raising funds to help rural villagers gain access to clean & safe drinking water in rural Cambodia. Water is a fundamental human need affecting not just health but education and income for people living in poverty. When a child falls ill from dirty water they are unable to go to school and when a woman spends hours each day just collecting water for her family's needs, she is kept away from an income generating job. In fact, 20% of the deaths among Cambodian children under the age of 5 are caused by water-borne diseases. Children are especially...Read More You can support Sue and her daughter here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/watercambodia
  15. BREAKING: Incredible footage shows foreigner falling from Suvarnabhumi airport roof Incredible footage shows the moment a woman falls after dangling from cables at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport. Security staff at the airport were called after reports that a woman was climbing from the third floor of the airport at around 11am on Wednesday . The woman who had climbed up onto the structural cables spent two hours climbing and dangling from various cables. The woman, who was described as ‘foreign’ and aged between 20-30 refused to speak to rescue workers or give any explanation for the reasons behind her dangerous stunt. While the woman was hanging from the cables rescue workers managed to install a large inflatable bed that would catch her if she were to fall - which is exactly what happened. Footage from the scene shows the woman lose her grip as she attempts to move from one cable to another, saved by the inflatable bed below. Workpoint News reported that the woman, who still refused to talk to rescue workers, had tattoos of the 2014 Olympic rings on her wrists, leading some to speculate she was an Olympic gymnast. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2017-12-13
  16. Jonathan Fairfield

    Prayut dances away his woes in Kalasin

    Prayut dances away his woes in Kalasin Wearing a Phu Tai shirt and dancing with local performers, Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha enjoyed spending his Wednesday in the northeastern province of Kalasin for a one-day visit. Besides meeting with local people, Prayut gave away dozens of cows, buffaloes and agricultural tools to farmers before observing an irrigation development project in the afternoon. He also visited Phu Tai Cultural Centre, a local fabric-looming cooperative following Royal initiative of HM Queen Sirikit. Prayut has recently made frequent but brief field trips to distant provinces. On contrast to his trip to Trang last week to inspect flood management, this trip to Kalasin appeared to focus on local development as well as getting in touch with the locals. While his trip in Songkhla and Pattani in late November did not end well – it was marked with confrontations between villagers and officers – Prayut managed to spend some of his time in Kalasin cheerfully doing the “serng” traditional dance with local girls. He also reminded locals how his government had allocated Bt305 million for irrigation development and Bt1.4 billion for three road construction projects. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/politics/30333862 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-12-13
  17. Video: Angry man stranded at Suvarnabhumi for 24 hours launches furious rant at airport staff Footage has emerged of a Singaporean man launching an angry tirade at airport staff after being stranded at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport for more than 24 hours. The man was reportedly one of several passengers who had been stranded at the airport on November 29 when their Jetstar flight 3K514 had been delayed. The flight had been scheduled to depart Bangkok at 9.20pm on Wednesday but was delayed until 2.45pm on Thursday. The passengers received overnight accommodation and were given a meal voucher for 250 baht. However, when they went to board the flight from Suvarnabhumi to Singapore the following day passengers said the flight had been delayed for a second time, without notice. Passengers only found out about the delay when they arrived at G1A, which was displaying information for a completely different flight, Channel News Asia reported. Jetstar later emailed passengers to say the delay was “due to engineering requirements”. However, the events were all too much for one frustrated passenger, footage of whom was shared on social media this week. In the clip the man shouts at a member of airport staff, apparently furious at being given another meal voucher of just 250 baht. The man claimed the voucher wasn’t enough to buy even a bowl of noodles from one of the airport’s restaurants, which he claimed cost 360 baht. The flight eventually departed at 8pm local time on Thursday, arriving in Singapore at 11.30pm. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2017-12-02
  18. Video: “Sneaky” Swiss thieves set to spend Christmas in Thai jail after airport theft A Swiss couple who stole a notebook computer from a Thai passenger at Suvarnabhumi airport are set to spend Christmas in jail. The couple identified only as Anna, 56, and Romano 61, were arrested over a week ago in connection with the theft of the notebook, reportedly worth 40,000 baht. The couple stole the notebook when they arrived in Thailand in October and police arrested them when they tried to board a plane home on November 24th after being recognised by airport security staff. Initially the pair said they were innocent and denied involvement in the theft, but later confessed after police searched their luggage and found the notebook inside one of their bags. Officers also showed the couple CCTV footage of the incident. The footage shows the woman sitting next to the notebook which had been left unattended by its Thai owner. The woman can then be seen appearing to cover the notebook with her jacket before walking off with her husband. The owner of the laptop told police that when he returned he found only an empty box and that his notebook was stolen. A report by Thai news station Channel 3 branded the couple “sneaky”. The couple, who were charged with theft, have bemoaned the fact that they look set to spend Christmas in jail. Speaking to Swiss media the couple said they do not expect to leave until at least January 11th, the date of their court hearing. They described the incident as a “stupid story”. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2017-12-04
  19. They blew it: Silverdome still stands after implosion attempt Humans said they were going to blow up the old Detroit Lions stadium, but the stadium thought that was a blast. BY GAEL FASHINGBAUER COOPER Well, blow me down, as Popeye used to say. Or maybe don't. A Detroit demolition company tried to bring down the Pontiac Silverdome's upper level on Sunday in front of hundreds of spectators. But when the smoke and noise cleared, the stadium was still standing. Full story: https://www.cnet.com/news/pontiac-silverdome-implosion-attempt-detroit-lions/ -- Cnet 2017-12-04
  20. Biggest world travel event of the year - special report Annual world travel market event that attracts over 40,000 delegates and representatives from all countries. Of course, Thailand is also here with one of the largest areas at the event. Thaivisa and Inspire media were there in London to take a look round.
  21. This school is an effective, efficient, honest project that has made a difference in the lives of children in need for over ten years and it is about to be forced to...Read More You can donate and support Thai Child Development here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/one-schoolyear-gasoline-to-bring-disabled-students-from-the-countryside-to-school
  22. ...All the money raised will be used on buying hardware, wire, metal pole, enrichment toys, etc.. for his new home. Thank you for your support in this !...Read More You can donate and support Rafiki here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/help-us-to-improve-the-quality-of-life-for-rafiki
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