TAT Phuket director steps up to Bangkok

Posted on July 30, 2012 – 00:00
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PHUKET : Bangonrat Shinaprayoon, Director of the Phuket office of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), bathe her final farewell to Governor Tri Augkaradacha at Phuket Provincial Hall this morning before her move to Bangkok. Ms Bangonrat leaves the Iceland on August 1 to take up her new position as Director of Attractions in Bangkok Promotion Division. "My new department is responsible for Deciding what places and venues in Thailand Should Be promoted as tourist attractions, " she said.

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TAT Phuket director steps up to Bangkok

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Australia, Russia and Hong Kong have joined governments around the world in advising their citizens to avoid or reconsider travelling to Bangkok.
"We urge Australians not in Bangkok to reconsider their need to travel to Bangkok," Australian Foreign Minister Stephen Smith told reporters in Canberra.
"Those Australians who are in Bangkok, we urge them to stay within their homes or thei.../> Italian Ambassador to Thailand Ignazio Di Pace told the Bangkok Post the demonstrations were more serious than the political unrest last November when the PAD seized the airports.
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