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Tourism Authority of Thailand
If you really are authorized by the TAT to redistribute their content, please give me your real name and a phone number, so I can verify this. If you do not want to publish them here, you can mail me privately at jani-at-wikitravelpress.com. Jpatokal 00:52, 1 February 2008 (EST)
I'll surely provide that soon--Borndistinction 04:51, 5 February 2008 (EST)
Thailand provinces and provincial capitals
Hi there. Before you keep moving things around and having them instantly reverted, please have a look at our naming policy, particularly the second bulleted point of Disambiguation rule number 4. Texugo 06:10, 22 April 2008 (EDT)
So, i think the content of all the destinations (e.g. Ang Thong) should be moved to a new article named as town or city (e.g. Ang Thong town, depends upon the destination) and then the original destination name (Ang Thong) should be redirected to the province page. --Borndistinction 23:04, 22 April 2008 (EDT)
Please refrain from creating top level headers that are not part of our article templates. A lot of the Thailand articles are currently very far away from the article template ideals-- In many of the Thailand province articles you have created sections like tourism, Local foods, Local products, Retirement, Useful contacts, Local tips, and Nightlife. Most of the information added already has a proper place in each article (see Wikitravel:Where you can stick it). Some of the information doesn't belong on Wikitravel at all (e.g. Retirement). Every time you create these idiosyncratic sections, it means one of us needs to go in there and reorganize everything. Since you tend to add a lot of information, it would be a lot easier for everyone if you would learn where to put things from the beginning. Thanks. Texugo 03:48, 1 November 2008 (EDT)