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Thailand is hailed as ASEAN’s leading digital nation by Singapore

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According to the 50-year-old Thai minister, Singapore is eager to help Thailand lead the effort. Chaiwut and his team also met with Josephine Teo, Singapore’s Minister of Communications and Information, to discuss the personal data protection endeavor in further depth. He believes the Singaporean government is interested in digital investment and wants to assist Thailand in realizing its vast potential while also attracting new investors.

Chaiwut met with Thai Ambassador to Singapore Gan Kim Yong and Thai Prime Minister’s Secretary to promote eight points on the MoU agenda: digital transformation, e-commerce policies, a fake news center, a government data center and cloud service, personal data protection, investment in Thailand’s Digital Valley and IoT Institute, and the development of digital skills and literacy. The Thailand’s Minister of Digital Economy and Society, visited Singapore yesterday to sign a digital collaboration agreement with Singapore’s Trade and Industry Minister, Gan Kim Yong. The minister stated that he will meet with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha upon his return to Thailand to discuss the Singapore-Thailand digital economy agreement, and that he is pleased to discover that Singapore regards Thailand as a leading digital country in ASEAN.

Strong waves likely caused this dolphin to wash up on Phang Nga beach

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Due to high seas, a marine turtle washed up on the shores of Phuket’s Kata Beach last week. The Department of Marine and Coastal Resources was called to the scene after a hotel employee informed them of the injured tiny snapper. According to DMCR officials, the turtle’s flippers were injured after being trapped in broken fishing nets. The turtle was also fully dry, which they noticed.

The turtle was taken to the Phuket Marine Biological Center’s wildlife rescue center, where experts believe the baby snapper will recover completely.

According to locals, a dolphin washed up on the strand of a beach in Phang Nga province, just north of Phuket, yesterday. A local citizen contacted the Royal Thai Navy about the dolphin, and officials from the navy and the Sea Turtle Conservation Centre arrived on the spot. After that, the dolphin was transferred to the Phuket Marine Biological Centre, which is located in Phuket’s main metropolitan region. Since Thailand’s early monsoon season has been unusually severe throughout the Andaman coast and in the Phuket area during the past week, heavy waves are suspected to have swept the dolphin ashore on Kuek Kak Beach in Phang Nga’s Takua Pa district. The status of the dolphin is unknown; all that is known is that it was alive when the incident occurred today. The dolphin is about 1.5 meters long.

The Four Points by Sheraton Phuket is the best place to go surfing

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This popular and cool pastime is for everyone who desires a unique holiday experience, whether a novice or an experienced surfer. The Superior Room with Breakfast for Two Persons starts at THB 2,400++ per room per night. When showing the resort’s key card at Andaman Sea Surf, all surfers staying at the resort will receive a 10% discount on a 1-hour Fun Surf class.

Chao Leh Kitchen, a bright all-day restaurant with an open-plan structure focused on local flavors and pan-Asian and worldwide favorites, is one of the resort’s five fashionable eating locations. Sears & Co. Bar and Grill, on the other hand, offers a casual dining experience with indoor and patio seats, as well as a tropical-tree-shaded garden. This is the best time to catch a wave and enjoy surfing in Phuket during the green season. Sheraton Four Points Phuket Patong Beach Resort is a beautiful beachfront resort located on Patong Beach’s northern end. The Lobby Bar, on the other hand, is a stylish spot to unwind at any time of day, while the Pool Bar, with its seven-seat swim-up counter, is a tempting location to cool off. One of the best sites for surfing is only a few steps away from its crescent-shaped coastline of white sand. For visitors to Phuket between June and October, this is the ideal beach activity.

The resort offers a one-of-a-kind vacation experience as well as a family-friendly vacation with a variety of activities such as local attractions and water sports. The beach in front of the resort is ideal for surfers, as it provides a fun-filled retreat with immersive activities and surf training from Andaman Sea Surf. At the same time, The Deck Beach Club Patong is the ideal spot to unwind and unwind while listening to DJ sounds and sipping on light nibbles and specialty cocktails, including Phuket’s Best BrewsTM, which is part of Four Points’ trademark craft beer program that features local craft beer on tap. Call 076 645 999 for more information and to make a reservation at Four Points by Sheraton Phuket Patong Beach Resort, or go to www.fourpointsphuketpatong.com. The Thai version of the website can be found at https://th.fourpointsphuketpatong.com/. In addition, the resort takes part in the Rao Tiew Dauy Gun marketing. Thai citizens are eligible for additional perks.

Four Points by Sheraton Phuket Patong Beach Resort maintains the highest health and hygienic requirements for all visitors. The resort has improved sanitary standards throughout the property in accordance with Marriott International’s “Commitment to Clean” accreditation program and official legislation. Deeper and more regular cleaning, with special care paid to high-traffic areas, as well as social distancing measures in all areas of the hotel, are among them.