Khao San Road on the morning after the last day of Songkran festival

Songkran revellers left behind more than 100 tonnes of garbage on Silom and Khao San roads

The three-day Songkran water splashing on Khao San road was over on Monday night and left behind about 116 tonnes of garbage, mostly drinking water bottles, plastic bags, water guns,…

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Officials investigate oil slicks washed ashore on Bang Saen beach

Officials from Thailand’s Marine and Coastal Resources Department were yesterday sent to Bang Saen beach, in the eastern province of Chon Buri, to investigate the source of oil which has…

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Phuket beaches to reopen on Tuesday

After more than two months’ of closure, all beaches on the island of Phuket will be reopened to the public on Tuesday. Phuket Provincial Governor Pakkapong Thaweepat said the provincial…

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People enjoy the beach in Pattaya on June 1, 2020. – People flocked back to some of Thailand’s famed sandy beaches June 1, keeping well apart but enjoying the outdoors, as authorities lifted coronavirus restrictions for the first time in more than two months. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

CCSA identifies 12 activities which could have COVID-19 restrictions eased

Twelve potential business and leisure activities are next in line to resume in the fourth phase of lockdown easing in July, with CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin saying today that…

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