The research team from Chulalongkorn University’s chemistry department collecting sweat samples from vendors in a fresh market as they develop a novel device that detects the Covid-19 coronavirus through specific odors, in Bangkok. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

Thailand nears deadline to reopen – but Bangkok needs more time

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s 120-day deadline to reopen the country is approaching fast – but few provinces are ready to welcome international visitors without quarantine from October 15. Bangkok, the…

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Excitement and worries, Samui’s roller-coaster journey

Samui opened again to foreign arrivals this week, using a tourism model that is a little different from the Phuket “sandbox”. For the tourists, the COVID-19 restrictions will be stricter…

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Body of Spanish tourist, David Conesa, recovered from waterfall

The body of 26-year old Spanish tourist, Mr. David Alejandro Rocamudi Conesa, was recovered from rocks near the Na Muang 2 Waterfall in Koh Samui of Surat Thani province on…

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Spanish tourist dies in plunge from waterfall on Koh Samui

A male Spanish tourist is believed to have accidentally fallen to his death as he attempted to descend from a waterfall on Samui Island in Thailand’s southern province of Surat…

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(Photo) Na Muang 2 Waterfall by Koh Samui City

Spanish tourist lost in Samui’s forest found alive

Pol. Col. Kritsana Pattanacharoen, deputy police spokesman, said that Spanish tourist Mr. Luis Cabello Ortega, 57, who got lost in the forest of Na Muang Mountain on Samui Island, has…

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Spanish tourist gets lost in Samui’s forest on Sunday

Police and rescue workers spent over three hours searching for Mr. Luis Cabello Ortega, 57, a Spanish tourist, who became lost while trekking on Na Muang Mountain 2 on Samui…

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