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Friday, March 24, 2023

A Review of Bangkok’s New Wetland Park

BANGKOK — A naturalistic public park has arrived in Bangkok and it’s not to be missed.

Restaurants, Malls Reopen as Virus Restrictions Eased

BANGKOK (AP) — Shopping malls, restaurants, parks and schools reopened in Thailand's capital on Wednesday after the government eased restrictions intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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.

Massage Spas, Gyms Among Venues to Reopen in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Starting Friday, a number of business venues including spas and fitness centers will be allowed to open in the capital after closing down for three weeks in a bid to curb the pandemic.

Foreigners Still Have to Pay More for COVID Tests in Some Hospitals

BANGKOK — At least five hospitals in Bangkok apply a “dual pricing” policy on their coronavirus tests, charging foreigners more than their Thai counterparts, a survey by Khaosod English has found. 

Golden Hour: Free Rides on ‘Gold Line’ Through New Year

BANGKOK — The newly inaugurated Gold Line monorail will be open to passengers for free until Jan. 15 – all three stations in the route.

See Bangkok’s Blooms at Flora Festival in Parks Through 2021

BANGKOK — Frolic among tropical blooms throughout December and deep into 2021 at Bangkok’s public parks.

The Jams to End All Jams: Storm Paralyzes Traffic Citywide

BANGKOK — Heavy rain throughout Monday night and Tuesday morning left much of Bangkok congested and flooded, adding to the woes of the rush hour.

COVID Casualty: ‘Artbox’ Night Market to Close Permanently

BANGKOK — A night market in downtown Bangkok frequented by tourists and locals alike will close permanently after Monday.

Chula Says No Plan to Demolish Scala – For Now

BANGKOK — Chulalongkorn University on Thursday disputes reports that a popular theatre on its land will be razed to the ground after the lease contract comes to an end next week.


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