BANGKOK — Two airport buses servicing Don Mueang Airport can now be paid for by whipping out a smartphone and shooting a QR code, officials said Thursday.
BANGKOK — The national airport operator Wednesday said up to 2.5 billion baht will be spent to repair Suvarnabhumi International Airport’s taxiways next year.
BANGKOK — Tourism and Sports Minister Weerasak Kowsurat urged officials and agencies Monday to limit trash by reducing the usage of plastic.
BANGKOK — City Hall is pushing for construction of concrete walkways along the Chao Phraya River even though the government dropped the controversial idea, opponents of the project said Monday.
BANGKOK — The metro operator Friday said it would raise some fares by 1 baht starting July.
BANGKOK — After over a year of false starts, the provincial governor has declared sidewalks around the Central Plaza Lardprao shopping mall clear of vendors as of Thursday night.
BANGKOK — Motorcycle taxis said Thursday they’re not completely opposed to ride-hailing services such as GrabBike but insist they must obey the law.
BANGKOK — The traditional wooden houses are gone. In their place, a wide, green void has taken shape, where workers Thursday morning chopped wood, picked up litter, laid electrical cable and stacked concrete blocks.
BANGKOK — A military unit overseeing motorcycle taxi services will encourage riders to register with private ride-hailing applications to ease conflict while new rules are being written.
BANGKOK — City Hall officials said Wednesday they will investigate the administration and funding of a downtown cultural venue that it recently threatened to take over, prompting a public backlash.