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Public Parks In Bangkok Remain Closed

BANGKOK, June 14 (TNA) – Although the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration allowed public parks to reopen in Bangkok, they remained closed as their management was waiting an official order from the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA). Yongthawee Phothisa, director of the BMA’s Public Park Office, said that all the 39 public parks in the capital […]Read More


Parks, museums, beauty clinics, foot massage & tattoo shops in

From Monday, public parks, botanical gardens, museums,archaeological sites, beauty clinics, foot massage, manicure and tattoo parlours in Bangkok can reopen as usual, said Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in his Facebook post on Saturday. He said that the Ministry of Public Health and the CCSA had agreed with the city administration’s proposal to ease restrictions, now […]Read More


Anti-government rally at SCB Park in Bangkok

Anti-government protesters rallied in front of SCB Park, the headquarters of Siam Commercial Bank, in Chatuchak district on Wednesday evening, under the eyes of border patrol police lining the fence. Traffic along the road heading to Prachanukul intersection came to an abrupt halt as they thronged the area. Full story: Bangkok Post BANGKOK POST ONLINE […]Read More


Unruly tourists spark alcohol prohibition at parks

Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa has pledged to blacklist certain groups of tourists from entering national parks across the country if they cannot refrain from causing damage or littering in the protected areas. Mr Varawut on Saturday wrote on Facebook about reports and complaints about loads of rubbish left by a tourist group at a campsite […]Read More


15 amusement parks in Bangkok do not have permits

15 of the 48 amusement parks in Bangkok do not have construction and operating licenses, according to the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA). The BMA and other agencies started field inspections of all permanent amusement parks in 26 of the city’s districts in April. In addition, eight amusement parks do not meet the required standards for […]Read More


PM fears conflict over Buddhist park in Pattani

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has warned against a religious conflict erupting following a controversial plan to build a Buddhist park in Muslim-dominated Pattani. Meanwhile, officials have agreed to change the name of the park with the aim of easing mounting opposition from Muslim locals. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More


Fire hits Khon Kaen water park

A fire erupted at a new water park in Khon Kaen on Saturday morning, sending visitors fleeing for their safety. No one was hurt. Sparks from a welding torch touched off the blaze at the Dino Water Park, which opened just two weeks ago on Mittraparb Road in tambon Muang Kao in Muang District. Read […]Read More