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Offsite Article: Bangkok red light district to be reborn as the Cotswolds village of Bourton-on-the-Water...


Link Here 6th June 2019
Thailand's new unelected military prime minister gets to work on cleaning up Bangkok

See article from dailymail.co.uk

 

 

A healthier outlook for expats...

A Hua Hin immigration office confirms that health insurance will only be mandatory for O-A visas


Link Here 24th May 2019
Thaivisa has spoken with Immigration at Prachuap Khiri Khan in a bid to try and clear up some confusion surrounding the recent announcement regarding mandatory health insurance for Non-Immigrant Visa O-A.

The office told Thaivisa that the new requirements only affect people seeking Non-Immigrant Visa O-A, as obtained from people's home country.

The requirement for mandatory health insurance does not affect those people who stay in Thailand on a Non O extension of stay based on retirement.

The requirement also does not apply to those staying in Thailand on a marriage extension or an extension of stay based on being a parent to a Thai child.

 

 

'But you need to be able to afford it'...

US Embassy issues an advisory to expats to get health insurance


Link Here 20th May 2019
The US Embassy has added to concerns that the Thai authorities are gearing up to requiring expats to get health insurance.

The US Embassy has just issued an advisory:

Thailand remains one of the most popular retirement destinations in the world. Great culture; great food; great people. And as US citizens age, Thailand also offers access to excellent health care, provided at world-class private hospitals by internationally trained doctors. But you need to be able to afford it.

Sadly, we at the Embassy in Bangkok have seen many instances where US citizens discover, too late, that essential, high-quality health care is out of financial reach and their options are limited. As you contemplate your own preparedness, we urge you to plan for a few key expenses: medical treatment, nursing care, and, if necessary, medical evacuation.

 

 

Maybe no longer enough English speaking expats in Thailand...

The Nation newspaper set to cease producing a print edition


Link Here 17th May 2019
The Nation newspaper will stop its print editions and go fully online from July 1, when the independent English-language daily turns 48.

Somchai Meesen, chief executive officer of Nation Multimedia Group Plc (NMG), said the decision by the management was aimed at halting The Nation's financial losses, in addition to expanding its market.

Over the past five years, The Nation has lost Bt30 million a year on average, he said.

The CEO, citing a survey, pointed out that only 36% of The Nation's readers are based in Thailand while the remaining 64% live overseas, including 25% in the United States. He said that meant most of the newspaper's readers did not buy its paper editions, and they read its reports and articles from the website and through different digital platforms.

 

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