PHUKET: Phuket Rajabhat University has launched a campaign to collect donations of money and essential household goods to help people affected by the floods in Nakhon Sri Thammarat.
PHUKET: A Myanmar woman who entered the country illegally and worked at a market in Phuket has been located and taken to Vachira Phuket Hospital. The woman fled a hospital in Phang Nga last night where she was taken to be tested for COVID-19.
PHUKET: The Centre for Economic Situation Administration (CESA) has announced that special domestic travel campaigns will be launched to help stimulate weekday traveling to Phuket and other tourism-dependent provinces to help local tourism business operators.
WORLD: Lab-grown chicken will soon be available in restaurants in Singapore, after the city-state became the first to green-light meat created without slaughtering any animals.
THAILAND: The Department of Health (DoH) has expressed concerns over the growing rate of obesity and short stature among Thai children, saying this needs to be addressed urgently.
WORLD: Britain yesterday (Dec 2) became the first western country to approve a COVID-19 vaccine for general use, while Japan and Italy pledged free inoculations for all even as the Americas reported a big surge in cases and the global death toll rose towards 1.5 million.
PHUKET: The Phuket office of the Ministry of Commerce plans to relaunch its monthly ‘Commerce Market’ next year to help vendors sell household necessities and consumer products at cheap prices.
PHUKET: The Thai meteorological department has re-issued is heavy rain and flash flood warning for Phuket and other provinces along the Andman coast following floods cutting off major roads in the southern provinces of Nakhon Sri Thammarat and Phattalung.
THAILAND: The Constitutional Court’s unanimous vote to clear Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha of a conflict of interest in staying in an army house after his retirement has sparked outrage among anti-government protesters.
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off to the area southwest of the Heroines Monument on Saturday (Dec 5) as work is carried out on installing new high-voltage cables.
PHUKET XTRA - December 2 || Brought to you by Prayut cleared in military housing case |:| Phuket drug busts |:| Thailand Covid cases rise by 18 |:| Heavy rains for Phuket, says TMD |:| Gov’t approves higher speed limit |:| Toys for Joy Thailand! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
PHUKET: More than 200 kilograms of fishing nets were collected from Shark Point, also called Hin Musang, off Koh Yao Yai, east of Phuket, in an underwater drive cleanup by Thais and foreigners yesterday (Dec 1).
THAILAND: Prime Minister Prayut has been cleared by the Constitutional Court of any wrongdoing in staying in army housing while being the prime minister.
PHUKET: The Thai Meteorological Department has issued a weather warning for Phuket and other provinces along the Andaman coast as the wet weather is set to continue through Friday (Dec 4). As a precaution, the TMD warned of heavy rain and flash floods in the region.
THAILAND: Thai Airways will resume domestic flights between Bangkok and Chiang Mai and Bangkok and Phuket from Dec 25 after suspending them for almost nine months because of COVID-19.
PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police Commander Maj Gen Pornsak Nuannoo yesterday delivered a warning to drug networks on the island that police are coming for them. The warning came as he announced the arrest of four suspects in raids that netted 24,481 methamphetamine (ya bah) pills (ya bah), 4.243kg of crystal meth (ya ice) as well as two handguns and 54 rounds of ammunition.
THAILAND: Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan has confirmed she is looking to establish a new political party after quitting the main opposition Pheu Thai Party on Monday.
WORLD: US Attorney General Bill Barr said yesterday (Dec 1) that the Justice Department has found no evidence of voter fraud significant enough to reverse Democrat Joe Biden’s defeat of President Donald Trump in the November 3 election.
THAILAND: The cabinet yesterday (Dec 2) approved a higher speed limit of up to 120 kilometres per hour on national and rural highways.
THAILAND: The Labour Ministry is asking businesses to stop testing jobseekers for HIV/Aids as a part of its bid to end discriminatory practices in the workplace.
PHUKET XTRA - December 1 || Brought to you by Hotel quarantine ready for booking! |:| Thailand Covid cases surpass 4,000 |:| Blue-ring octopus warning |:| Tiger cubs seized, smuggling suspected |:| Tsunami-warning buoys installed |:| Myanmar nationals targeted amid Phuket Covid fears Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
WORLD: It was his first contact with another elephant in eight years.
PHUKET: The Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) has announced that the mains water supply will be shut-off in Koh Kaew tomorrow (Dec 2) while works are carried out on the main connection at in the Koh Kaew intersection.
WORLD: While many scientists are racing to find vaccines to tame the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, other researchers are probing the past, trying to unravel one of the greatest mysteries of the virus: exactly where it came from.
THAILAND: The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) yesterday (Nov 30) impounded five tiger cubs suspected of being illegally smuggled from a private zoo in Mukdahan.
Certainly 2020 has brought it’s challenges, but it has also brought opportunity.
PHUKET: Phuket Vice Governor Phichet Panaphong has ordered officials to ramp up their efforts to ensure all migrant workers returning from Myanmar are checked for COVID-19 following a Thai woman returning from Myanmar testing positive for the virus in Chiang Mai, sparking fears of an outbreak there, and three Thai women testing positive for the virus in Chiang Rai.
PHUKET: A 34-year-old man working as a gardener has been arrested for raping a woman along the Ao Yon-Khao Khad Rd in Wichit, on Phuket’s east coast, early last month.
WORLD: Facebook and Google are fast becoming “human rights-free zones” in Vietnam, Amnesty International warned today (Dec 1), accusing the tech titans of helping censor peaceful dissent and political expression in the country.
PHUKET: The two tsunami-warning buoys operated by Thailand have been deployed and are now providing real-time data to the tsunami-warning network west of Phuket.


Que votre séjour dans la fascinante Bangkok dure quelques heures ou quelques jours, certaines expériences ne sont à ne manquer sous aucun prétexte. Voici le top 10 des expériences incontournables à vivre à Bangkok.


Maintenant, que vous savez tout sur les expériences incontournables de Bangkok, vous n’avez plus qu’à réserver votre hôtel en cliquant ici par exemple.

Voici le top 10 des expériences incontournables à vivre à Bangkok en résumé :

VISITE DE WAT PHO : C’est dans ce complexe de 8 hectares que vous pourrez admirer l´une des icônes de la ville (43 mètres de long, 15 mètres de haut) qui est le plus grand bouddha de Thaïlande. Profitez-en pour faire un massage car c’est ici que naquit le massage en Thaïlande.

SOIREE DANS SUKHUMVIT SOI 11 : Impossible de ne pas mentionner dans cette liste le célèbre quartier de Sukhumvit, soi 11. Venez-là pour y faire la fête entre amis. Bangkok regorge d’endroits chics pour passer une bonne soirée. Commencez par le Soi Cowboï de l’autre côté de la route puis poursuivez dans l’un des clubs branchés alentour.

VISITE DE CHINA TOWN : Le Chinatown de Bangkok est devenu à lui seule une attraction touristique à part entière. Une ville dans la ville à découvrir sans concession. L’expérience est dingue, ça grouille, ça fourmille, ça frétille. Nécessairement un top 10 Bangkok.

DECOUVERTE DU GRAND PALAIS : Cette merveille architecturale s’élève sur les rives de la rivière Chao Phraya. C’est LA visite à ne rater sous aucun prétexte tellement le lieu est riche d’histoire, de religion et d’architecture. Déambulez dans l’enceinte du Grand Palais puis allez admirer les magnifiques temples et le célébrissime bouddha d’émeraude. Magique.

EXPERIENCE SHOPPING : Expérimenter Bangkok sans passer par le marché aux puces de Chatuchak ou un mall comme MBK ou Central World… constituerait une expérience incomplète de la capitale thaï. Le marché de Chatuchakest l’un des endroits les plus fréquentés de Bangkok le week-end.

VIREE EN TUK-TUK : Est-il encore besoin de préciser ce que sont ces tuk-tuks (prononcez « touk-touk »), sorte de triporteurs aménagés à partir d’une moto, avec à l’arrière une banquette sous un auvent métallique? Visiter Bangkok sans pratiquer au moins une fois le tuk-tuk n’est juste pas envisageable…

FLANERIE DANS KHAOSAN ROAD : Longue de 500 mètres, la très célèbre Khaosan Road est probablement la capitale mondiale des routards qui voyagent à travers l’Asie du sud-est. Déambulez tranquillement dans Khaosan Road au gré de vos envies et arrêtez-vous quelques instants assis à la terrasse d’un bar autour d’un bonne Singha fraîche ou sur un fauteuil de massage.

CROISIERE SUR LE CHAO-PHRAYA : Le Chao Phraya traverse Bangkok où avaient lieu les fameux marchés flottants autrefois. Il ne vous en coûtera que quelques bahts seulement pour circuler sur le fleuve. L’expérience est divine.

EXCURSION AU MARCHE FLOTTANT DE DAMNOEN SADUAK : Damnoen Saduak est le marché flottant le plus populaire et le plus visité de Thaïlande. Situé à plus d’une heure et 80 km environ de Bangkok, partez tôt le matin pour éviter la chaleur et l’afflux de touristes.

APERO SUR UN ROOFTOP : S’il est un « roof bar » à citer dans le top 10 Bangkok, le Vertigo & Moon Bar s’impose tellement la vue est époustouflante du 61ème étage : une expérience absolument unique en Asie avec une vue panoramique 360° de dingue sur tout Bangkok. Goûtez au mythique Vertigo Sunset.

Maintenant que vous connaissez le top 10 des expériences incontournables à vivre à Bangkok, vous n’avez plus qu’à vous y rendre. Réservez votre hôtel en cliquant ici par exemple.