“Wellness Thailand” offers a range of destinations throughout the country that enable you to experience a variety of health and wellness packages conducted in natural settings and... More > peaceful environments. All are equipped with the comfortable, soothing, and stylish facilities. Come to create a life balance and transform your life to a better self, renew your spirit and improve health and well-being in all aspects.
Take a journey along the pathway to vitality toward inner and outer well being, you will be rewarded with an inner serenity and satisfaction, and will be pampered with hospitable services envied by the rest of the world.< Less
Medicine is one of many areas where Thailand excels. Once deemed a developing nation, years of professionalism, dedicated research, overseas study, and modernization of the infrastructure has put... More > Thailand on an equal footing with the most advanced medical centers in the world. Thanks to the rigorous standards of the country’s Ministry of Public Health, the Kingdom’s reputation as the new “Wellness Capital” of Asia is rapidly being solidified.< Less
Cycling in Amazing Thailand gives you the opportunity to experience a different place and pace, to listen to a different story, and to write a different page in your life.
You’ll see a unique... More > country full of enthralling destinations, an incredible heritage, and a captivating culture. Cycle through the clouds in the mountains, pick out the patches of green and the tiny houses below, fall in love with the country’s natural beauty, listen to a quiet symphony played by magical waves, share a smile with new friends, and drink fresh coconut juice straight from the tree. These are some of the attractions that the amazing kingdom of Thailand has to offer to those who take up the challenge of exploring on two wheels its hidden treasures. Your memories may last you a lifetime.< Less
Thainess – Live and learn the Thai way of life visiting 30 resort destinations to show this heritage, beauty, and happiness that makes the magic of the traditional way of life.
Feel Thai for... More > just a moment – these destinations will warm your hearts, inspire your thoughts, and fill your hopes.< Less
The Kingdom of Thailand is a predominantly Buddhist country, and one of the !nest countries in the world in which to spend a vacation. Blessed with a tropical climate that is neither too hot, too... More > dry, nor too wet in the monsoon season, it is possible to travel comfortably in Thailand at any time of the year.
Travellers, upon arrival in this land, are safe from the turmoil of life. Even in Bangkok, the Thai uniqueness in its food, architecture, language, customs and religion enliven and please the senses. Away from Bangkok, at the pristine sand beaches and emerald seas in the South, or in the northern mountains visitors can drowse their days away in a long deep dream of peace. The past is a forgotten thing, the present is heaven, and the future you can be leave to take care of itself.< Less
Thailand is not known to have waves and only just in the last few years has the craze hit with an amazing punch. Although Thailand is not known for world class waves, still it can be fun and on a... More > good day it may resemble your favorite home beach break in the season of summer. Surfers have been coming here for over 25 years now. They are obviously keeping the secret between them and the surfing world.< Less
This book is Written for parents, students, teachers, school administrators, law enforcement, and community leaders.
The purpose of this document is to present different strategies and approaches... More > for members of school communities to consider when creating safer learning environments. No two schools are exactly alike, so it is impossible to establish one plan that will work well in all schools. Violence prevention programs work best when they incorporate multiple strategies and address the full range of possible acts of violence in schools. For any set of policies to work, it must be established and implemented with the full participation and support of school board members, administrators, parents, students, community members, emergency response personnel, and law enforcement. Without such shared responsibility, the chances of safe school policies being successfully implemented and accepted are low.< Less
The statistical material in this unclassified report is drawn from terrorism incidents that occurred in 2011, as reported in open source information. This open source material is the most... More > comprehensive resource that NCTC can use to compile and provide the statistical data necessary to the Department of State to fulfill its legislative reporting requirements.< Less
This guide is intended to assist State and local law enforcement and other first responders who may be responsible for preserving an electronic crime scene and for recognizing, collecting, and... More > safeguarding digital evidence. It is not all inclusive but addresses situations encountered with electronic crime scenes and digital evidence. All crime scenes are unique and the judgment of the first responder, agency protocols, and prevailing technology should all be considered when implementing the information in this guide. First responders to electronic crime scenes should adjust their practices as circumstances—including level of experience, conditions, and available equipment—warrant. The circumstances of individual crime scenes and Federal, State, and local laws may dictate actions or a particular order of actions other than those described in this guide. First responders should be familiar with all the information in this guide and perform their duties and responsibilities as circumstances dictate.< Less
On 18th September 1962, Khao Yai National Park was established as the first national park in Thailand, covering an area of 2,165.55 square kilometers in Nakhon Ratchasima, Prachin Buri, Nakhon Nayok... More > and Saraburi provinces. From the time Khao Yai was established to the present, 103 national parks have been created, covering nearly 52,782 square kilometers or over 10 percent of the total land area of the country. A further 45 new national parks are in the process of being established, covering an additional 20,862 square kilometers (as of August 2005).< Less