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Thriving and surviving, Bangkok is booming. Here are our picks of interesting stuff coming up.

Say ‘Da’ to This Snug Russia-Themed Cafe in Sathorn

BANGKOK — Belka (meaning “squirrel” in Russian), is a cozy cafe in the city’s commercial center that brings out the милый (sweet, pleasant) in Russian culture through cute cakes.

Gov’t to Host Singles Meetup to Boost Birth Rate. Foreigners Welcome.

BANGKOK — Tinder not working out for you? Let the Bureau of Reproductive Health step in and help you find your match. 

Michelin Winner ‘Kam’s Roast’ from Hong Kong Opens in Bangkok

BANGKOK — The Cantonese roast franchise Kam’s Roast makes its debut in Bangkok this week, just in time for Chinese New Year.

Burmese Restaurant in Bangkok Promotes Anti-Coup Activism

BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) — As expatriates from Myanmar around the world react to the military’s lightning takeover of their homeland, one restaurant in neighboring Thailand is working a diner at a time to help support members of Bangkok’s Myanmar community who want to take action against Monday’s coup.

No Valentine’s Day Mass Marriage Event This Year

BANGKOK — The annual event of Valentine’s Day marriage registration across the 50 district offices of Bangkok was cancelled for the first time this year due to the coronavirus outbreak.

‘Sushiro’ Coming to Bangkok… But Will They Keep 100JPY Pricing?

BANGKOK — A popular sushi chain from Japan will open in Bangkok next month, the company said Thursday.

Gov’t Asks People to Stay Home, Give Online Ang Bao for CNY

BANGKOK — Inquisition about your weight, work, and romantic relationship from your Chinese relatives in exchange for red envelopes may have to be held virtually for this year’s Lunar Festival.

‘Bangkok Screening Room’ to Close at End of March

BANGKOK — One of the countries’ last remaining alternative cinemas will close for good on March 31, one of its founders said.
Diners at a restaurant in Bangkok eat within plastic partitions set up to maintain social distancing on Jan. 28, 2021.

Bangkok Dine-In Hours To Be Extended, But Bars Won’t Reopen

BANGKOK — Starting next week, restaurants in the capital may serve diners until 11pm, though consumption of alcoholic beverages in the premises is still banned, the government’s pandemic response center announced Friday.

Virus Restrictions: Gov’t to Debate Extending Dine-In Hours

BANGKOK— Dine-in services may be soon extended beyond the current closure time of 9pm mandated by the government’s coronavirus response center, pending a Cabinet approval.



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