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Thailand’s name in the Thai language is Prathet Thai, which means “Land of the Free.” It is the only country in Southeast Asia that was never colonized by a European nation. The term may also refer to an ethnic group from which many Thai people descend. Thailand shares a border with four countries: Myanmar (formerly Burma) to the north and west, Laos to the north and east, Cambodia to the southeast, and Malaysia to the south. In the past, all Thai young men including the kings became Buddhist monks for at least a short period of time before their 20th birthday. Today, fewer young men observe the practice. Buddhism is Thailand’s largest religion with approximately 94.6% of the population practicing the religion. Muslims make up 4.6%, Christians 0.7%, and “other” 0.1%.
With many ASEAN markets taking steps to welcome overseas investment, Thailand could find itself out of favour
Property buyers and investors from Russia are searching for homes in Thailand in ever increasing numbers.
Property prices in Thailand are anticipated to grow by 5-10 percent in 2013, with condominiums in the THB0.8-3 million (US$26,000-98,000) price range still occupying the biggest share of the market, a...
Bonanza Khao Yai Group announced its intentions to enter the property market by unveiling plans for a THB975 million (US$31.7 million) residential project in Khao Yai, focusing on the middle-to-upper-...
The Thailand Property Awards 2012 winners were revealed on Saturday 13 October at a gala dinner event at Dusit Thani Hotel, Bangkok.
Many of Phuket’s best restaurants, hotels and golf courses, and many of the island’s other activities are all within easy reach, with Phuket International Airport a short 30-minute drive away
Rajadamri Road is firmly established as Bangkok's premier address for luxury residential accommodation, five-star hotels, retail centres and recreational pursuits. "Many of Phuket's best restaurant...