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Authorities deny hundreds caught COVID at Silom market

Bangkok’s Bang Rak district office has denied reports that 310 people were infected with Covid-19 at Lalai Sap market in Silom and that the market has been ordered closed indefinitely. Contrary to widely spread reports, there have been just 13 infections at the market on Silom Soi 5 since May 26, the district office said […]Read More

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Prayut urges people to visit the Walking Streets on Silom

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is urging everyone to visit the pedestrianized Walking Streets created on Silom, Yaowarat and Khao San roads for fun, delicious food, to take pictures, to enjoy live music or to just boost their energy. The Prime Minister presided over the official opening of the Walking Streets on Silom and Yaowarat roads […]Read More

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Silom, Khao San, Yaowarat roads to become ‘walking streets’

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is planning to turn Silom, Yaowarat and Khao San roads into pedestrian-only zones on certain hours next month, as a part of its bid to boost tourist numbers and the local economy. Deputy Bangkok governor Sakoltee Phattiyakul said that Silom Road will be turned into a “walking street” between noon […]Read More

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At Least 3 Injured When Crane Collapses in Silom

BANGKOK — A construction crane collapsed Friday morning on a car and electric poles in central Bangkok, injuring at least three people. The accident happened at about 9am on Sala Daeng Road in the Silom area. The crane reportedly fell from a construction site onto a passing car, several trees and five utility poles, and […]Read More

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Woman falls to death at Bangkok Bank’s Silom building

A woman died when she fell at a Bangkok Bank building in central Bangkok on Monday morning. Police were told of the incident at 9.40am and found the body of the woman, believed to be aged 35-45, on the eighth-floor in a communal park area. Her death is being treated as a suicide. Source: The […]Read More

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Japanese man plunges to death from Silom building

A Japanese man fell to death from the 10th parking floor of a highrise in Silom area in Bangkok on Saturday morning. Thung Mahamek police said after being reported of the incident at 8.30am, they found a Japanese man in his 60s lying face-down with limbs at odd angles on the entrance to a parking […]Read More

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BMA to clear footpaths on Silom Road

BANGKOK, 23 May 2016 (NNT) – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is planning to clear footpaths on Silom Road, after receiving complaints from pedestrians. A meeting was held between BMA officials, traffic police, relevant agencies and more than 600 street vendors. Read more: NNTRead More