Shark Protection Completed at Hat Sai Noi

The Department of Marine and Coastal Resources officers and fishermen of Khao Tao have installed a float line and netting in the sea at Hat Sai Noi. Mr. Bannarak Sermthong, Director of Marine and Coastal...
Hydrogen Power Breakthrough with Fuel Derived From Ammonia

Hydrogen Power Breakthrough with Fuel Derived From Ammonia

Two cars powered by hydrogen derived from ammonia are being tested thanks to a breakthrough that researchers say could turn Australia into a renewable energy superpower. CSIRO principal research scientist Michael Dolan said “We started...
Sea Bubble Water Taxi

Sea Bubble Water Taxi

The SeaBubble is a hydrofoil, the size of a small car. It is proposed they could be used as water taxis in cities. Founded by Alain Thébault, designer of the world record breaking Hydroptère,...
Fertility, Mortality & Migration – World Population Trends

Fertility, Mortality & Migration – World Population Trends

Every year, the world’s population is expanding by 83 million people. Right now, there are around 7.6 billion people in the world. By 2050, there will be just short of 10 billion. But population...
Thailand eVisa to Trial in the UK, France, China, and UAE This Year

Thailand eVisa to Trial in the UK, France, China, and UAE This Year

The Thailand eVisa will be pre-launched in four test countries before the end of the year – the United Kingdom, France, China, and the United Arab Emirates. One of the ways that travelers will be...
Department of Disease Control Warns of Pinkeye AKA Conjunctivitis

Department of Disease Control Warns of Pinkeye AKA Conjunctivitis

The Department of Disease Control warns the public of pinkeye disease which is common during the rainy season, as about 60,000 patients have suffered from the disease so far this year. According to Director-General of the Department...
Unesco Visits Kui Buri National Park to Gauge Situation

Unesco Visits Kui Buri National Park to Gauge Situation

Representatives of Unesco’s World Heritage Committee have visited the Kui Buri National Park in Prauchuap Khiri Khan to gather information and gauge if the Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex can be granted the World Heritage Site status The...
Studies Suggest That Not All Dairy Foods Are Equal

Studies Suggest That Not All Dairy Foods Are Equal

Studies of more than 660,000 people suggest that not all dairy is created equal whenit comes to effects on our health. People who eat cheese tend to live longer, but drinking a lot of milk...
Diagnosing Osteoporosis

Diagnosing Osteoporosis

In our last article, we discussed osteoporosis, its causes and prevention. In this article, we introduce various tests used for diagnose. These tests provide a better understanding of the health of your bones. At present,...
Eating Fish is Linked to Better Sleep and a Higher I.Q. for Kids

Eating Fish is Linked to Better Sleep and a Higher I.Q. for Kids

Kids who eat fish at least once a week sleep better and have IQ scores that are 4 points higher, on average, than those who eat fish less frequently or not at all, a...
Fun, Weird and Offbeat October Days

Fun, Weird and Offbeat October Days

The month of October is full of fun, bizarre and offbeat holidays that you can celebrate, almost one for every day. We’ve selected just a few that you may wish to celebrate this month. 4th October...
Your Country’s National Day

Your Country’s National Day

If you are not Thai then you will probably want to acknowledge your home country’s National Day in one way or another. Try to find a restaurant featuring the cuisine and traditional activities familiar...
Foreigners Married to Lao Citizens Now Entitled to Spouse Visa

Foreigners Married to Lao Citizens Now Entitled to Spouse Visa

The Government of Laos will now be issuing foreign spouse visas to foreigners who hold a valid Lao certificate of marriage with a Lao citizen. Until now, the foreign spouses of Lao citizens received no...
Bangkok’s MRT Given Green Light for Phuket and Chiang Mai Light Rail

Bangkok’s MRT Given Green Light for Phuket and Chiang Mai Light Rail

Bangkok’s subway operator. the MRTA (Mass Rapid Transit Authority) has been given the green light to invest in the proposed Phuket/ Phang Nga and Chiang Mai light rail services. The MRT is also going...
Traditionally newspapers around the world

Traditionally newspapers around the world

Traditionally newspapers around the world have published letters received from readers with their opinions about a variety of subjects. Hua Hin Today often receives emails from our readers or comments posted on Facebook pages. Thanks for...

1,800 Bangkok Vans to be Banned from Road

About 1,800 vans will have to stop taking passengers at the end of this month after being registered for more than 10 years, a transport committee said. The committee headed by Col Sombat Thanyawan, deputy...
Widespread Sale of Wild Animals on Facebook

Widespread Sale of Wild Animals on Facebook

More than 1,500 wild animals are up for sale on Facebook every month according to the wildlife trade-monitoring network Traffic. The report described wild animals from 200 species advertised in 756 posts in closed...
It’s Now Illegal to Abandon Animals at Temples

It’s Now Illegal to Abandon Animals at Temples

People are being urged not to abandon their pets at temples or face legal charges under the Cruelty Prevention and Welfare of Animal Act and the Wild Animal Reservation and Protection Act. The Sangha Supreme...
The Tourism Authority’s Newest Campaign “We Love Local”

The Tourism Authority’s Newest Campaign “We Love Local”

The Tourism Authority of Thailand with help from public and private sectors has a new campaign called “We Love Local” that’s designed to get more people visiting specific communities around the country. “Traveling to individual...
New Airspace Plan ‘Will Double Flights’

New Airspace Plan ‘Will Double Flights’

Thailand’s airspace capacity will double from one million to two million flights per year if it successfully introduces a new one-way aircraft route plan in three years’ time, the new Aeronautical Radio of Thailand...