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Thailand History

Thailand – national flag The flag was officially adopted in 1917; originally the country’s flag was completely red. In the 1800’s. a white elephant was inserted, which during World War I was replaced by a blue stripe, Thailand’s national color. Likewise, the two white stripes were added so that the flag got the same colors… Read More »

Thailand Trade and Foreign Investment

Subchapters: Business Relationships Foreign direct investment FTAs ​​and Treaties Development Cooperation Prospective fields of study (MOP) Business relations Trade relations with the EU The EU as a whole (EU-27) is one of Thailand’s important trading partners. Thailand’s foreign trade balance with the EU has been in surplus for a long time (import of food, electronics,… Read More »

Entertainment and Landmarks in Thailand

Entertainment in Thailand Mostly adult tourists come to Thailand, but some of them take children on vacation, so there are opportunities for both adult and children’s recreation and entertainment separately, as well as for a comfortable family vacation and a bright pastime. Jibin123: Provides information for visa application to enter Thailand, as well customs regulations… Read More »

Thailand Entry Requirement

General provisions for travel and residence (until the corona pandemic) Citizens from Germany, Austria and Switzerland (and 48 other countries) can stay in Thailand for up to 30 days per entry without a visa, provided that the stay is purely tourist. Within a period of 6 months, you can stay in the country for a maximum of 90… Read More »

Thailand Modern History

The consultations of November 1996, this time, assigned the success to the Party of the new aspiration, headed by former General Chavalit Yonghayudh. However, in 1997, following the entry into force of yet another Constitution, which introduced the election by universal suffrage also of senators, electoral consultations were held again. Democrat Chuan Leekpai was appointed… Read More »