Tags : Lumpini Park


Bangkok Woman Seeks Foreigner After He Gives Life-Saving CPR

A woman has turned to social media to seek a foreign man who performed life-saving CPR on her boyfriend’s father. The unnamed foreigner performed a life saving CPR after the passed out and his heart stopped at Lumpini Park in Bangkok. He is now safe and the family wants to thank the good Samaritan. The […]Read More


Foreign orgy in Lumpini Park sparks more patrols

Patrols will be stepped in public parks across Bangkok in the wake of complaints after a group of people was allegedly caught having sex in the city’s landmark Lumpini Park on Aug 7, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has said. The stepped-up surveillance follows a tweet by @jiji_winkieboy last week that subsequently went viral. Full […]Read More


Buddhism Promotion Week kicks off at Lumpini Park

BANGKOK, 8 February 2017 (NNT) – The Department of Religious Affairs is organizing the Buddhism Promotion Week on the occasion of the Makha Bucha festival. An animation on moral and ethical lessons will be screened for children at Lumpini Park. The Buddhism Promotion Week this year has been scheduled for 7-11 February 2017 at Lumpini […]Read More


PDRC moves back to Ratchadamnoen road

BANGKOK, 11 May 2014 (NNT) – The anti-government People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) is relocating to its new rally site in front of the United Nations Building on Ratchadamnoen road but will continue surrounding Government House. PDRC top leader Suthep Thaugsuban said he would deliver his speech at Lumpini Park for the last time on […]Read More


Anti-government PDRC gathers at Sanam Luang

BANGKOK, May 5 – Anti-government protesters of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) gathered at Sanam Luang ground today after marching from their protest site in Lumpini Park in the afternoon. At about 2.30pm, PDRC secretary-general Suthep Thaugsuban led his supporters donning yellow shirts in marching along Rama IV Road, passing Hua Lamphong railway station, […]Read More


PCAD Relocates Due To Dwindling Numbers: Surapong

BANGKOK — Deputy Prime Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul has downplayed what anti-government protesters are calling their “last fight,” insisting that their new move is only a response to waning numbers. Media reports in the past few days suggest that the People’s Committee for Absolute Democracy With the King As Head of State (PCAD) may leave their […]Read More