The exemption is part of an agreement on visa waiver between Thailand and Myanmar.
Visa waiver for Thais flying into Myanmar
Thai passport holders can now travel in Myanmar without a visa for 14 days provided they enter Myanmar through Yangon, Mandalay or Naypyidaw airports. The exemption is part of an agreement on visa waiver between Thailand and Myanmar. Thais wanting to enter Myanmar at other international checkpoints must have a valid visa. For more information, call the embassy at (02) 233 2237.
More leg room for tall passengers
Low cost Thai airline Nok Air has launched its new “Nok Premium Seat”, a programme that’s designed to make passengers feel more comfortable, private and special. Costing Bt240 more than the usual air ticket, Nok Premium Seat promises the passengers comfortable seats in front rows from seat numbers 31 to 35 and 44 to 45. Visit www.NokAir.com.
So rich, So creamy
Sofitel So Bangkok’s Chocolab releases its debut designer chocolate collection “I SO BK” with 17bites of heaven especially designed by renowned Bangkok-based fashion label Tawn C. Each of the 17 designer treats will be individually filled with Chocolab’s signature chocolate fillings, including goji berry, orange yuzu, crunchy hazelnut, jasmine, salted caramel, honey comb, white peach and matcha. Find out more at (02) 624 0000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pedals to the metal
Bhumibol Dam International Mountain Bike Championship returns to Tak province from August 28 to 30. This annual tournament aims to promote the province as a mountain bike destination and features competitions ranging from 12-kilometre leisure cycling to a 60-kilometre international race. Live music, cultural performances, a classic bicycle show and fun activities add colour to the competition. Call the local tourism organisation at (055) 549 509.