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Bangkok Governor Signs Agreement with Electric Authority to Boost Smart City Development and Renewable...

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Bangkok— On May 30th, 2024, Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt and Mr. Wilas Chaloeysat, Governor of the Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA), signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to advance smart city development and renewable energy projects. Governor...

Escaped Red Kangaroo from Chiang Mai Zoo Found Dead Near Huai Chang Khian Waterfall

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Chiang Mai— On May 29th, 2024, Chiang Mai local media reported that a red kangaroo escaped from Chiang Mai Zoo and was spotted by a driver on the Doi Suthep-Pui National Park road, Chiang Mai....

Update: Thai Tiger Cub Owner Faces Legal Action

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Chachoengsao— On May 18th, 2024, Mr. Atthaphon Charoenchansa, the Director-general of the Thai National Parks, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation Department, publicly revealed an update on a case of a tiger cub on the loose in...

Thai National Parks Department Investigates Liger-Painted-Tiger Cub Found in Chachoengsao for Legal Violations

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Chachoengsao— On May 17th, 2024, Mr. Atthaphon Charoenchansa, the director-general of the Thai National Parks, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation Department, issued an order to relevant agencies to investigate the case of a tiger cub on...

Tiger Cub Spotted and Captured in Bang Pakong Village, Sent to Conservation Office for...

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Chachoengsao— At 3:30 AM, on May 16th, 2024, Bang Pakong police officers received a report that a tiger cub was spotted in the Bang Wua Subdistrict, Bang Pakong, Chachoengsao. According to the police report, Mr. Thanaphon,...

Similan and Surin Islands in Phang Nga Temporarily Closed to Tourism

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Phang Nga – The Similan Islands and Surin Island in the Kuraburi district of Phang Nga, are temporarily closed to tourism. Mu-Ko Similan National Park has announced their annual closure from May 16th to October 14th...

Thailand’s Marine Tragedy: Dugong Deaths in the Andaman Sea

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Thailand- In a concerning environmental development, the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR) of Thailand has reported the deaths of at least 20 dugongs in the Andaman Sea since the beginning of 2024. These gentle...

Closure of 12 National Marine Parks Announced after Coral Bleaching Attributed to Increased Sea...

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PRESS RELEASE: The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has announced the closure of 12 national marine parks in response to a critical coral bleaching crisis attributed to increased sea temperatures from the El Niño...

Thailand’s Beaches to Visit in May

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PRESS RELEASE: Thailand’s beach destinations are popular among travelers around the world for their translucent seas, white-sand beaches, and pristine islands, as well as sports and activities. However, when planning a beach holiday in Thailand,...

Thai Authorities Intercept Illegal Vietnamese Fishing in the Gulf of Thailand

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National— On May 6th, 2024, the Thai Central Investigative Bureau (CIB) held a press conference on a group of Vietnamese fishermen allegedly fishing in the upper Gulf of Thailand illegally. It was reported that unidentified Thai...
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