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Traditional markets being promoted

The Tourism Authority of Thailand is (TAT) is promoting nine traditional markets in Samut Prakan, Chachoengsao, Nakhon Nayok, Prachin Buri and Sa Kaeo provinces. All the markets are within 200 kilometres from Bangkok.
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Orchid supermarket

It is like shopping in a supermarket. But the difference is that this time when you roam around with a trolley, you are in an open-air market that only sells orchids.
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Gem of an idea

When the Suvarnabhumi Airport opens travellers will have a new shopping area within easy reach, the Gemopolis Mall, a jewellery centre in Prawes District that is scheduled to open early next year.
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Positioning Lampang as ceramic centre

Everyday, people the world over gather round glorious feasts of food. Carefully prepared delectable choices from the simplest to complex cuisine make their presentation on stunning tableware.
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Tourism gains from OTOP fallout

We believe you are aware of the government-supported "One Tambon, One Product" scheme which is better known by its acronym OTOP. If you don't, OTOP seeks to encourage growth of cottage industries through the production of quality products utilising indigenously developed skills and give them international recognition.
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Amazing Thailand Grand Sale

The annual event is one of Thailand's largest fairs aimed at enhancing its reputation as a shopping paradise. Meanwhile, beginning June 1 until July 31, stores and shops in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Had Yai, Phuket, Pattaya and Udorn Thani will offer discounts of 10-50 percent on selected products and merchandise.
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Bangkok fashion city

The Bangkok Fashion City project aims to establish the capital as a regional fashion hub this year and eventually reach world-class status by 2012. The government has earmarked 1.8 billion baht for the programme, with another 487 million in support from the private sector.
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Gemopolis mall to bring jewellers, buyers together

Gemopolis is located just four kilometres from Bangkok's new Suvarnabhumi Airport, which is expected to open for operations in the first quarter of next year. "We hope that when the airport opens, Gemopolis will be a convenient alternative for tourists," Suttipong said.
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