Bangkok gubernatorial candidates continue to campaign on Wednesday

Three top candidates for Bangkok Governor continued their campaigns in temples and at fresh markets today (Wednesday), ahead of the gubernatorial elections on May 22nd. Independent candidate, Chadchart Sittipunt, along…

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Cop who killed doctor on zebra crossing gets sentenced to just over one year

Thailand’s Criminal Court sentenced a non-commissioned police officer to one year and 15 days in prison and fined him 4,000 baht today (Monday) after finding him guilty of reckless driving…

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Bangkok gubernatorial candidates step up their campaigns on Sunday

Candidates for Bangkok Governor campaigned in various areas of the capital yesterday (Sunday), gearing up for gubernatorial and council elections on May 22nd, the first in nine years. Candidate No….

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Night at the Museum

Walking down a dark and quiet alley next to a Buddhist temple or a graveyard at night is probably not a great idea. However, going to the museum at night…

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Bangkok opens 15 venues for gubernatorial election campaign rallies

Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is opening 15 public venues, including parks and sport centres, for candidates running in the forthcoming Bangkok gubernatorial election to stage their election campaign rallies, said…

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Homelessness and women’s safety: Huge problems Bangkok governor hopefuls won’t touch

Bangkok has had as many as 30 gubernatorial candidates, yet none has paid serious attention to its acute problems of domestic violence, women’s safety, and the homeless. Statistics show the…

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Man arrested after stabbing 2 people at shopping mall in Bangkok

A man was arrested shortly after he allegedly attacked two shoppers with a knife at CentralWorld shopping mall in the Ratchaprasong commercial area of Bangkok late this afternoon (Tuesday). A…

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No vote but strong opinions: Bangkok expats ponder governor election

Most expatriates in Bangkok have no right to vote in the May 22 gubernatorial election, yet the outcome affects their everyday lives just as much as those of other residents….

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Democrat gubernatorial candidate believes Bangkok voters will not let sex scandal influence voting

A Democrat party candidate in the Bangkok gubernatorial election, Dr. Suchatvee Suwansawat, said today (Saturday) that he believes Bangkok voters will be able separate the sexual harassment accusations, made against…

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Songkran holiday crowds start to head back to Bangkok on Friday

Songkran holiday makers began heading back to Bangkok today (Friday), as the long holidays near their end. Increased traffic is reported on arterial roads from the north and northeast, including…

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The ‘Evolving Civilisation: From Lopburi to Ayutthaya Periods’ exhibition at Bangkok National Museum features a sculpture of planetary divinities. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Songkran at the museum

At Bangkok National Museum, which is within easy walking distance from Khaosan Road and the Grand Palace, you can celebrate the Thai New Year in a traditional and subtle way….

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Dicing with death: Thai motorists continue to play with their lives on the roads

During the Songkran festival, perhaps even more so than during other long holidays, the issue of road safety is taken seriously. The fact that we still call the Thai New…

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Seven suspects held over Sunday’s cherry bomb incident at Bangkok barracks

Seven youths have been taken into police custody in connection with the incident on Sunday night when a cherry bomb was thrown into the compound of the First Infantry Regiment…

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Foreign tourists and locals take part in water fights to celebrate Thai New Year, locally known as Songkran, at Khao San Road in Bangkok on April 13, 2022. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

Tourists ignore Songkran water-fight ban on Bangkok’s Khaosan Road

A large number of locals and foreign tourists flocked to Bangkok’s Khaosan Road last night (Wednesday) to engage in Songkran water fights, despite the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s ban on the…

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Clampdown on excessive vehicle exhaust in and around Bangkok

Thailand’s Pollution Control Department (PCD), in cooperation with the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), the Royal Thai Police and the Land Transport Department launched a clampdown today (Wednesday) on vehicles emitting…

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Workers under the Mirror Foundation’s Work From Homeless project take a short break in Minburi, Bangkok. (Photo courtesy of Mirror Foundation)

Stories of suffering and struggle reveal tragic side of Thailand’s ageing society

Eighty-year-old Chalong does not just sit at home waiting for his monthly government subsidy payment. Instead, he keeps himself busy doing odd jobs four days a week. “What I want…

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Four candidates disqualified in Bangkok governor, city councillor elections

The Bangkok Election Commission has disqualified one Bangkok gubernatorial election candidate and three city councillor candidates after finding that their qualifications do not meet the legal requirements. Permanent Secretary of…

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Police probe cherry bomb incident at PM house, rapper arrested

Police are investigating an incident, which took place last night (Sunday), when an apparently home-made cherry bomb was hurled into the compound of the First Infantry Regiment of the Royal…

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Red-shirt followers gather in memory of those who died in 2010 crackdown

Followers of Thailand’s United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), aka “the red-shirt movement”, representatives of opposition parties and core members of the country’s anti-establishment groups gathered yesterday (Sunday) at…

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Excessive PM2.5 airborne dust in Bangkok and surrounding areas on Sunday

Air quality in Bangkok and its surrounding areas is below standard today (Sunday), with the level of PM2.5 dust in the atmosphere measuring between 56 and 99 microns due to…

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Campaign winners and losers in the race to become Bangkok governor 

The 31 candidates vying for the Bangkok governor’s post now have less than 50 days to impress the voters. But after examining their policies and campaigns, political observers believe they…

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Annual Songkran mass exodus from Bangkok begins

The exodus of people living or working in Bangkok, returning to their home provinces in Thailand’s north and north-east to celebrate the Songkran festival, began this evening (Friday). Long, slow…

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Bangkok race’s biggest challenge

It normally begins with a “public forum” debate on pedestrians’ and ordinary citizens’ problems, but the city gubernatorial election usually ends up producing the outcome of a national political game….

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Winners and losers in ‘poster war’ for Bangkok governor election

Controversy has erupted over the size – and sheer proliferation – of campaign posters on Bangkok streets, as city governor hopefuls vie for voter attention ahead of the May 22…

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Substantial increase in overseas arrivals in Thailand since April 1

Overseas arrivals at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi international airport in April increased by 65.97%, to an average of 11,623 passengers a day, compared to 7,003 daily arrivals in March, since the removal…

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Thai PM wants private sector to help improve Bangkok’s bus services

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha wants to upgrade Bangkok’s bus services by allowing the private sector to operate some routes of the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority, the city bus operator, with…

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Record-high 31 candidates apply for Bangkok gubernatorial election

A record high of 31 candidates have registered to contest the first Bangkok gubernatorial election in nine years, either on political party tickets or as independents. The five days of…

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Nearly 30 candidates register to contest Bangkok’s gubernatorial election

Twenty-nine candidates have registered to contest the Bangkok gubernatorial election, set for May 22nd, the first such election in nine years, as of yesterday (Sunday). According to the Bangkok Metropolitan…

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International arrivals in Thailand increase after restriction easing

Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport saw a large increase in international arrivals yesterday (Sunday), as those travelling to the country no longer need a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test before their departure. The…

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The joy of a Korean traditional wedding in Bangkok

Each culture’s marriage ceremonial traditions are unique. Many contain hidden or long forgotten, but interesting meanings. They can reveal a lot about that culture. The Korean traditional wedding is no different. …

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Mind the gap: Bangkok’s generational divide shaping governor election

Bangkok’s generation gap is set to play a big role when voters cast their ballots in the first governor election in nine years on May 22.  “We are going to…

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Bangkok’s Khaosan Road businesses drop plans for Songkran celebrations

Business owners in the Khaosan area of Bangkok have decided to cancel plans for Songkran celebrations this year, citing the multiple restrictions with which they would have to comply. President…

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Twenty candidates register for Bangkok gubernatorial election on first day

Twenty candidates registered their candidacy for the Bangkok gubernatorial election yesterday (Thursday), the first day of the five-day registration period, as a senior city official predicted today that the number…

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Thailand to host this year’s Global Summit of Women

Thailand will host this year’s Global Summit of Women, an international business and economic forum for female leaders, from June 23rd to 25th. President of the Global Summit of Women,…

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Candidates flock to register for Bangkok’s gubernatorial election on Thursday

Candidates in Bangkok gubernatorial election on May 22nd turned up in force, with their supporters, at City Hall 2 in Din Daeng this morning (Thursday), to register their candidacy and…

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Analysts say Bangkok’s by-election will be a test of rival parties’ popularity with voters ahead of the election for Bangkok governor later this year.

Big preparations underway for Bangkok’s first governor, council elections in many years

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has set aside about 343 million baht for the holding of the Bangkok gubernatorial and city councillor elections on May 22nd, the first such elections…

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Bangkok opens six walk-in vaccination facilities ahead of Songkran holiday

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is urging everyone to get inoculated against COVID-19 before the Songkran festival in mid-April and has opened six vaccination facilities offering walk-in inoculation. According to…

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Bangkok Governor quits post to join this year’s gubernatorial race

Non-elected Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang officially announced his resignation from the post today (Thursday), in order to contest the May 22nd Bangkok gubernatorial election as an independent candidate. He told…

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Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang faces tough choice – surrender post or fight election

Having served as Bangkok’s governor for six years by special appointment of the junta, Pol General Aswin Kwanmuang is now seriously considering whether to run in the upcoming gubernatorial election….

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Pavement problems in Bangkok are more than just disrepair

There are 22.55 square kilometres of pavement in Bangkok, just 1.44% of the city’s whole area. Despite the small fraction of space they occupy, the footpaths of Bangkok are infamous…

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Bangkok’s Lumpini Park to get major facelift for its 100th anniversary in 2025

Bangkok’s Lumpini Park to get major facelift for its 100th anniversary in 2025

Bangkok’s most popular public park, Suan Lumpini, will undergo a major renovation, to transform it into “more than a park”, to meet the wishes of city dwellers and to celebrate…

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Businesses on Bangkok’s Khaosan Rd seek easing of restrictions for Songkran

Tourism-related businesses in Bangkok’s Khaosan area, a favourite destination for backpackers before the COVID-19 pandemic, will consult the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) and other agencies about allowing them…

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A map shows the “Happy Journey with BEM” travel route, which connects Bangkok’s historical and heritage districts. (Photos by Chusri Ngamprasert and Wararat Tumtuti)

Riding the Train of Wonders

Bangkok’s Chinatown, or Yaowarat as it is more properly known, along with Rattanakosin island and Thonburi are well-known for their historical sites and delectable cuisine. Excursions to these famous areas…

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Bangkok city hall to host no-splash “new normal” Songkran at Central World

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) will hold a “new normal” Songkran celebration on April 12th, 13th and 14th, in the plaza in front of Central World shopping mall in the…

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Meet the demon, Kumbhakarna, a 135-year-old copper mask with wide eyes and a grin on his face. (Photos by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Gods, demons and finery

Visitors to Bangkok’s Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center are now able to see one of Thailand’s oldest Khon masks, as well as a range of glittering headdresses and spectacular traditional costumes….

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Incumbent Aswin may join Bangkok gubernatorial race

Current and unelected Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang hinted today (Thursday) that he may quit his post to contest the Bangkok gubernatorial election, set for May 22nd, as an independent candidate….

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Alcohol may be served until 11pm at events in Bangkok from Tuesday

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has announced the further easing of COVID-19 restrictions. Meetings, conferences and events can now be held in hotels, convention and exhibition centres and shopping malls…

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Local elections in Bangkok, Pattaya set for May 22

After nine years without a local election in Bangkok, voters will have an opportunity to choose their governor and 50 councillors, representing the city’s 50 districts, on Sunday May 22nd,…

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This general view shows the Bangkok skyline, taken from the King Power Mahanakhon skyscraper in Bangkok on October 22, 2021. (Photo by Jack TAYLOR / AFP)

Your guide to the Bangkok council election and how it will shape city for next 4 years  

For the first time in 12 years, Bangkokians will vote for a new city council, at an election expected in May. While this local election may be overshadowed by the upcoming…

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Will 3 decades of Hopewell horror show have a shock happy ending for Thailand?

The Supreme Administrative Court’s recent decision to retry the Hopewell case may help the government avoid paying a huge sum in compensation which has been dubbed the “price of stupidity”….

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The Chakkrabongse Villas- view from the Chao Phraya River

Chakrabongse Villas opens to the public to mark Chula Chakrabongse Day

The main house of Chakrabongse Villas will open its doors to visitors from 11 to 13 March 2022 to commemorate the birthday of Prince Chula Chakrabongse, the charming author who was…

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Bangkok deputy governor resigns to run for governor

Bangkok Deputy Governor Sakoltee Phattiyakul has resigned, effective today (Monday), to prepare to run in the forthcoming Bangkok gubernatorial election as an independent candidate, tentatively scheduled for May. The Bangkok…

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EIU has reviewed the safety of key cities in the world every two years since 2015. The latest report shows Thai capital ranked 43rd among 60 cities in 2021. (Photo by Jessica Tan)

Can incoming Bangkok governor do anything about city’s failing safety records?

Despite being Thailand’s most developed city, Bangkok has a poor safety record, as evidenced by high rates of traffic accidents, crimes and pollution year after year. Residents may be shocked…

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A big Buddha statue is another highlight seen from the canal. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Discovering the canals of Thonburi the green way

There are many reasons for visiting an old town and the main ones are either to see how it has been developed over time or how it used to be…

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Excessive levels of PM2.5 dust detected in 28 areas of Bangkok on Monday

Poor air quality has been reported in 28 areas of metropolitan Bangkok today (Monday), with the amount of PM2.5 dust in the atmosphere exceeding safety limits, mainly due to stagnant…

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COVID community isolation centre in Bangkok’s Kiak Kai welcomes children

Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang said today (Monday) that infections among children and the elderly are likely to increase during the current spread of COVID-19 in Bangkok. He advised that infected…

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Big-bike confiscated and rider fined for dangerous driving in Bangkok

A motorcyclist has had his Harley Davidson bike confiscated and been fined 5,300 baht by Pathumwan district court in Bangkok for dangerous driving. The 27-year old rider, whose name was…

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A ballot box at a polling station for Bangkok governor on March 3, 2013. (Photo by Pornchai Kittiwongsakul / AFP)

Bangkok governor election: Candidates, their policies, and the daunting tasks awaiting winner

Bangkok governor elections used to be held once every four years until the 2014 coup saw national and local votes suspended. Now, expectations are rising ahead of the first gubernatorial…

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Skytrain poses challenges to next Bangkok governor

Anticipating challenging decisions ahead, the four candidates running in the election for governor of Bangkok are strongly opposing the extension of concession for the core Skytrain sections of the Green…

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Krung Thep Maha Nakhon today. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Orchards of Olives vs City of Gods

Much has been written in the news this week about the recent announcement that Thailand’s capital should henceforth be known officially as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon and not Bangkok. This…

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Over 2,800 cases reported in Bangkok per day over past week

For the past week, the number of daily new COVID-19 infections in Bangkok has exceeded 2,800. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration reported today (Thursday) that 3,063 new COVID-19 infections have been…

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Downtown Bangkok. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

Change.org campaign against Bangkok name change draws over 2,700 signatures

An online campaign has been launched on change.org to oppose the change of Bangkok’s official name to Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, a move which has sparked much controversy over the…

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Is a cheaper fare the solution to Bangkok’s Green Line standoff?

The ongoing conflict in the coalition government over whether to grant Bangkok Mass Transit System Plc (BTSC) extension of its BTS Skytrain concession has left many people frustrated. There is…

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Thailand’s capital name to officially be changed to Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

Thailand’s Office of the Royal Society (ORST) has announced the change of the official name of Thailand’s capital, from “Bangkok” to “Krung Thep Maha Nakhon”. The name “Bangkok” will, however,…

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Many Thai couples register marriages on Valentine’s Day in Bangkok

Every year, numerous couples in Thailand register their marriages on Valentine’s Day, with special activities organised by district offices, where official marriage licenses are issued. But this year is a…

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Walk-A-Tif: Bangkok Design Week 2022

It’s that time of the year when we can explore the creative scene in Bangkok. Today, “Walk-A-Tif” brings you to Bangkok Design Week 2022, which has spread beyond its home…

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PM Prayut – APEC must be open, connected and balanced

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said that, under the Thai chairmanship, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) will be open to all opportunities, connected in all dimensions and balanced in all aspects…

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Man pouring drink on woman after her rejection, subsequent fight, spark Internet frenzy

Thailand’s social media always gets into a frenzy over the latest drama caught on camera and shared online. This week, it featured a drunken man reacting to rejection by a…

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Poor air quality in 53 areas of Bangkok, surrounding provinces, Lat Phrao the worst

Fifty-three areas of Bangkok and its surrounding provinces are experiencing air pollution today (Tuesday), with the amount of PM2.5 dust exceeding the standard 50-micron level, with the level on Lat…

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Bangkok to speed up vaccination of vendors, workers at 488 markets
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Bangkok to speed up vaccination of vendors, workers at 488 markets

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is speeding up the vaccination of vendors and workers in 488 fresh markets in the capital this month, Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang said today (Monday),…

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Design week comes to the old community of Talad Noi

Foodies and culture vultures who like nothing more than a stroll down memory lane have good reason to visit one of Bangkok’s oldest neighborhoods this and next weekend, as Talad…

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Democrats defend Bangkok gubernatorial candidate as House panel probes his wealth

Former Democrat MP for Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thepthai Senpong, has come to the defence of Dr. Suchatvee Suwansawat, the Democrat party’s Bangkok gubernatorial candidate, after the House committee on prevention…

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Bangkok to equip 100 zebra crossings with traffic lights in two weeks

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) plans to install pedestrian operated traffic lights at about 100 dangerous zebra crossings in the city to provide better safety, Deputy Bangkok Governor Pol Lt-Gen…

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New livestream business model sparks fierce debate, backlash

Doing business these days may not require capital investment or inventories for some traders, just a smartphone and persuasive talking skills. Take for example this garment trader, Wiranya Panda. She…

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Bangkok, 42 other provinces to get more parliamentary seats in new electoral allocations

Bangkok will have 3 more constituency seats than it had at the last general election and still has more seats than any other province. Trat, Ranong, Samut Songkhram and Sing…

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Cabinet acknowledges plan for Bangkok governor election in May

The Thai cabinet acknowledged today (Tuesday) the Interior Ministry’s plan to hold the elections for Bangkok’s governor, city and district councillors in May, according to Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam….

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Bangkok district office to offer free marriage registration for same-sex couples on Valentine’s Day

Bangkok’s Bang Khun Thian district office will provide a free marriage registration service for same sex couples and issue certificates on Valentine’s Day. The district director, Pongjakarin Tavornpong, said today…

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A board displays the vote-counting result of Bangkok’s constituency 9 by-election on Sunday evening.

Big defeat in Bangkok could be beginning of end for Prayut’s government: analysts

Predictions of defeat for the ruling Palang Pracharath Party were being made several days before last Sunday’s Constituency 9 by-election in Bangkok, but few analysts expected such a devastating loss….

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Constituency 9 voters: Don’t count on us to be “accountable”

It was a peculiar electoral outcome that “winners” may celebrate cautiously and some “losers” can find encouraging. Ballots cast in Bangkok’s Laksi and Chatuchak districts on Sunday show that races…

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Interior minister hints at Bangkok governor election in May

Interior Minister Gen Anupong Phaochinda today hinted at the possibility that the long-awaited Bangkok governor election could be held in May this year. He said an election for the mayor…

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Pheu Thai leader calls for House dissolution after by-election win on Sunday

Pheu Thai party leader Chonlanan Srikaew is urging Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to dissolve parliament and to hold a snap election, noting that the defeat of the ruling Palang Pracharat…

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Pheu Thai’s Surachart claims by-election victory

Pheu Thai Party’s candidate Surachart Thienthong has claimed victory in Bangkok’s Constituency 9 by-election in what is seen as a blow to the ruling Palang Pracharat Party which dominated the…

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Palang Pracharat candidate concedes in Bangkok’s Constituency 9 by-election

Palang Pracharat party candidate in the Bangkok Constituency 9 by-election, Saranrat Jenjaka, and her husband, former MP Sira, conceded defeat after ballots of half of the 280 polling units had…

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Voters heading to polling stations in Bangkok’s Constituency 9

The electorate in Bangkok’s Constituency 9 began voting at 8am this morning (Sunday), under the watchful eyes of some 800 police, election officials and representatives of political parties contesting the…

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Chong Nonsi Canal Park – A new lung for Bangkok

Stretching from Surawong Road all the way down to the Chao Phraya River, over a distance of about 4.5 kilometres, Chong Nonsi Canal is being transformed into Bangkok’s longest park,…

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Close race expected between frontrunners in Bangkok’s by-election on Sunday

The by-election in Bangkok’s Constituency 9 this Sunday is likely to be a close contest between three of the eight candidates vying for the vacant parliamentary seat. The frontrunners are…

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Tens of thousand drivers in Bangkok face fines for encroaching onto zebra crossing

Bangkok’s Thonglor traffic police plan to notify over 25,000 motorists and motorcyclists, who were caught by surveillance cameras encroaching on zebra crossings at the Asoke-Sukhumvit intersection, to pay their fines….

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Move Forward party unveils its candidate for Bangkok gubernatorial election

Thailand’s Move Forward party, the reincarnation of the dissolved Future Forward party, has decided to field party-list MP Wiroj Lakkhanaadisorn as its candidate to contest the Bangkok gubernatorial election this…

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Bangkok announces continued closure of entertainment venues

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) announced today (Saturday) an extension to the closure of entertainment venues, such as pubs, bars, karaoke bars, until further notice. The announcement is in line…

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Thai National Book Fair to be held in March at Bangkok’s Bang Sue Grand Station

The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has approved the use of Bang Sue Grand Station for Thailand’s annual book fair, which will be held between March 26th and April 5th,…

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Bangkok City Hall cancels Chinese New Year celebrations as Omicron spreads

Chinese New Year celebrations in Bangkok will be cancelled again this year to prevent the further spread of COVID-19, particularly the Omicron variant. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) say decorations…

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High level of air pollution found in 11 areas in and around Bangkok on Monday

Poor air quality has been reported today (Monday) by the Department of Pollution Control in 11 areas of Bangkok and its surrounding provinces, with the worst in Khlong Sam Wa…

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Free Pfizer booster doses still available at Bangkok’s Bang Sue grand station

The vaccination centre at Bang Sue grand station in Bangkok has decided to the extend free Pfizer vaccination service for people who have not yet had their third dose, after…

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Analysts say Bangkok’s by-election will be a test of rival parties’ popularity with voters ahead of the election for Bangkok governor later this year.

Bangkok by-election a crucial popularity contest for Thailand’s national parties

The Jan 30 by-election in Bangkok’s Constituency 9 will see a riveting battle between the coalition and opposition camps, but also between uneasy allies within the same bloc. Analysts say…

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2022 promises a gripping 12 months in Thai politics

Thai politics is notorious for its twists and turns, a rollercoaster of power plays that leaves voters constantly giddy and sometimes sickened. 2022 will be no different, with a host of crucial…

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Bangkok to open 41 community COVID-19 isolation facilities on Sunday

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is to open 41 triage or community isolation facilities in Bangkok on Sunday, with combined accommodation for 5,158 patients. The permanent secretary of the city…

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Hopefuls flock to Laksi district office for candidate registration in January 30 by-election

Election candidates from various parties and their supporters showed up in high spirits this morning (Thursday) at Bangkok’s Laksi district office on the first day of candidate registration for the…

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Bangkok’s new wetlands give back life to Mother Nature

As we made our way up the elevated walkway in Benjakitti Forest Park on a late afternoon in December, our eyes were treated to a different kind of Bangkok sunset…

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