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Improved Bangkok Sidewalks Will Be Ready for Songkran

BANGKOK  - Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sitthiphan said that improving sidewalks is one of the city's development priorities, and they will be ready for the...
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High Air Pollution Levels in Bangkok Spark Order for City Employees To Work From...

BANGKOK (AP) — City employees in Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, were ordered Thursday to work from home for two days, and those in the private...

Bangkok Will Tighten Pollution Standards for Diesel Vehicles

BANGKOK - Bangkok governor Chadchart Sittipunt said on December 1 that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will impose stricter standards for diesel vehicles' exhaust in...

Bangkok Landlord Shocked by Huge Pile of Trash in Rent Room

BANGKOK - A landlord was shocked upon discovering that a room in Bangkok she rented out over the past decade to a nice-looking female...

The Truck Is Lifted From The Bangkok Road Pit After 7 Hours

A large truck carrying clay soil that fell through a temporary concrete lid covering an underground electrical conduit pit on Sukhumvit 64/1 road in...

Bangkok Remove More Than 23,000 Obstacles on Sidewalks

Unlike many other countries, where the term "street furniture" usually refers to something positive, such as an art exhibition or a playground for children,...

How Picture of a Japanese Train Help Clean up Trash in Bangkok?

In response to a viral posting by Japanese netizens that showed image of the KIHA 183 train amid a pile of scattered garbage in...

Bangkok Finally Begins To Organize Messy Communication Cables

Bangkok has long been criticized for the disorganized cables, communication lines and power lines that are laid throughout the city. Even New Zealand actor...

Bangkok’s AI Detection System Targets Illegal Pavement Driving

Chadchart Sittipunt, the governor of Bangkok, announced the installation of a technical system to detect and arrest drivers who drive on pavements and park...

Heat Wave In Thailand Prompts Warning To Stay Indoors

BANGKOK (AP) — Extreme heat has sent temperatures soaring in Thailand as authorities warned people to stay indoors. The Meteorological Department’s forecast on Saturday said...


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