With the US dollar strengthening and Thailand’s struggling economy , economic experts predict the baht to reach 38 to the dollar by the end of this year. The head of capital markets research for Kasikorn Bank believes the baht will continue its instability along with the global money markets as a result of domestic and international factors. While the US … [Read more...] about Thailand News Today | Baht continues surge against strong dollar
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At precisely the same time the Thai government are trying to lure even a few travellers to come back to the Kingdom, the government will start collecting a 300 baht entry fee from foreign tourists starting on April 1. The fee is included in the Tourism and Sports Ministry’s “Amazing Thailand New Chapter” plan and the money will be for the maintenance and development of tourist … [Read more...] about Thailand News Update | Bad timing for new tourist tax in Thailand?
(CTN News) _ Music lovers and Apple Watch users beware: Updating to WatchOS 9 will break Spotify streaming. On Monday, Apple released WatchOS 9, the latest software for its Apple Watch. The new software offers several improvements, including four new watch faces, expanded metrics in the workout app, a redesigned compass app, and enhanced sleep features. However, the … [Read more...] about Apple Watch Owners Are Warned Not To Update To WatchOS 9 Due to a Bug
Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg As of Aug. 28, two diners between the age of 60 and 75 years old were issued with written warnings for refusing to heed enforcement officers' advice to return their used crockery. Minister for Sustainability and the Environment (MSE) Grace Fu gave this update in a written reply on Sep. 12. She … [Read more...] about 2 diners received written warnings for not returning used crockery since enforcement began: Grace Fu
Hong Kong’s plans to further ease coronavirus travel curbs could be derailed if there is widespread breaching of regulations and a resurgence in infections, the city’s leader has warned. Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu struck a cautionary tone on Tuesday (Sept 27) with the city on its second day under a new arrangement that no longer requires overseas arrivals to serve hotel … [Read more...] about Rule breaches, infection rebound could derail Hong Kong’s plan to further ease travel curbs, city leader warns