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Bangkok – Thailand

Bangkok, official name Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, is that the capital of Kingdom of Thailand and, with a population of over eleven million inhabitants, far and away its largest town. Its high-rise buildings, serious holdup, intense heat and naughty nightlife might not directly offer you the simplest impression — however don’t let that mislead you. It’s one in every of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities with glorious temples and palaces, authentic canals, busy markets and a spirited nightlife that has one thing for everybody.

With coronavirus cases rising, a Bangkok hospital puts out the call for more masks | The Thaiger Chulalongkorn Hospital in Bangkok is running out of facemasks and director Suttipong Wacharasindhud has made a public plea for more.
Bangkok Hospital Pleads for N95 Masks as Covid-19 Cases Rise Chiang Rai Times l CTN News is a free news portal delivers latest breaking news and top stories updates in Thailand, Asia Pacific and across the World
Bangkok monks receive face-masks to safeguard COVID-19 infection - Pattaya Mail BANGKOK – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has handed out protective masks and hand sanitizers to Buddhist monks to help them cope with the spread of COVID-19. Loading… The BMA Permanent Secretary, Silapasuai Rawisaengsun, presented 800 masks and 120 bottles of hand sanitizer to the monks, at Suthat Thepwararam, Ratchanatdaram, Thepthidaram and Mahannapharam temples, to […]
Eur-Seree Collecting Auction 55 (16-17 May '20) - Pattaya Mail Eur-Seree will be conducting their 55th auction at the Narai Hotel in Bangkok on May 16 and 17, 2020. 2880 Lots are to be sold in the auction. A variety of collector’s objects are to be sold, including, documents, books, photographs, watches, stamps, coins medals and banknotes to mention but just a few. About 20 […]
Last flight to Bangkok: 'If I die, I want to die in my country' SINGAPORE/BANGKOK (Reuters) - As airlines worldwide cut flights due to the coronavirus outbreak, the last service from Singapore to Bangkok departed on Saturday with only a few dozen passengers, mostly Thai citizens desperate to get home to ride out the pandemic. "If I die, I want to die in my
Last Flight to Bangkok: 'If I Die, I Want to Die in My Country' As airlines worldwide cut flights due to the coronavirus outbreak, the last service from Singapore to Bangkok departed on Saturday with only a few dozen passengers, mostly Thai citizens desperate to get home to ride out the pandemic.
Last flight to Bangkok: 'If I die, I want to die in my country' As airlines worldwide cut flights due to the coronavirus outbreak, the last service from Singapore to Bangkok departed on Saturday with only a few dozen passengers, mostly Thai citizens desperate to get home to ride out the pandemic.
Last flight to Bangkok: 'If I die, I want to die in my country' SINGAPORE/BANGKOK — As airlines worldwide cut flights due to the coronavirus outbreak, the last service from Singapore to Bangkok departed on Saturday with only a few dozen passengers, mostly Thai citizens desperate to get home to ride out the pandemic.
UPDATE 1-Last flight to Bangkok: 'If I die, I want to die in my country' As airlines worldwide cut flights due to the coronavirus outbreak, the last service from Singapore to Bangkok departed on Saturday with only a few dozen passengers, mostly Thai citizens desperate to get home to ride out the pandemic.
Hundreds of Thai hotels seek aid to protect employees | The Thaiger The Thai Hotel Associations has submitted a letter to the Thai Chamber of Commerce, to seeking emergency assistance from the government.
Thai police run 12 checkpoints around Bangkok to control COVID-19 - Pattaya Mail BANGKOK – Police are operating their checkpoints around Bangkok at 12 locations in a bid to control the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), focusing on inter-provincial travelers. Inspecting some of the checkpoints, deputy national police chief Pol Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk said preparations were underway at the checkpoints and they should start their full-scale operation in 3-4 […]
Coronavirus: Bangkok returnee tests positive in Maha's Gondia Gondia, Mar 27 (PTI) A 24-year-old man who returned to Gondia in Maharashtra from Thailand some ten days ago has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, District Health Officer Dr Shyam Neemgade said on Friday.
Bangkok City Hall closes more venues, but 3 types allowed to reopen | The Thaiger BMA, or City Hall as it's more commonly known, is closing down more public venues, effective midnight tonight until April 30.
Armed Forces Chief Urges Thais to Observe Social Distancing BANGKOK (Xinhua) — Chief of Defence Forces of the Royal Thai Armed Forces Gen. Pornpipat Benyasri on Thursday issued a stern warning to all Thai people, appealing to them to stay home and observe strict social distancing or risk facing a full lockdown of the country.
34 year old returns from Bangkok, attends a wedding, tests positive for Covid-19 | The Thaiger A 34 year old woman, who has since been tested as positive with Covid-19, returned to her home from Bangkok to Roi Et to attend a wedding.
People 'strongly advised' to stay home for 7 days | The Thaiger "People across Thailand are strongly urged to stay home and stop socialising for 7 days, starting this weekend"
No public transport bus tickets until at least April 30 | The Thaiger Jirasak Yaovatsakul announced today that ticket sales for all public transport buses are suspended until April 30.
Bangkok orders malls, markets and list of venues closed from today until 12 April - Pattaya Mail Effective from 22 March, 2020, the temporary closure excludes supermarkets, pharmacies, food take-out and delivery, and other essential services. Bangkok, 21 March, 2020, at 18.00 Hrs. – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the latest update that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has today issued an order for shopping malls, markets […]
Chulalongkorn Hospital running out of N95 masks, pleads for more Chulalongkorn Hospital is running low on N95 masks for its medical personnel at a time when novel coronavirus cases are rising, according to hospital director Suttipong Wacharasindhud.
Princess undergoes surgery for bent finger Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn underwent surgery for a trigger finger at Phramongkutklao Hospital yesterday, according to the Royal Household Bureau.
Time to shine for Hua Seng Heng's third-gen CEO Growing up on Yaowarat Road, home to Bangkok's bustling Chinatown and the country's dominant gold trading area, Tanarat Pasawongse did not initially see himself as the next in line to inherit the family-owned gold trading business of Hua Seng Heng Group of Companies, Thailand's largest gold importer.
TEST YOURSELF: Bangkok aglow A Japanese photographer makes art in the city
Thai nationals take last flight from Singapore to avoid being stranded SINGAPORE/BANGKOK: As airlines worldwide cut flights due to the coronavirus outbreak, the last service from Singapore to Bangkok departed on Saturday with only a few dozen passengers, mostly Thai citizens desperate to get home to ride out the pandemic.
Panel seeks halt to SSF contributions The Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking (JSCCIB) is calling on the government to suspend financial contributions to the Social Security Fund for four months for employers and workers affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Life goes on with full virus protection at ICONSIAM The supermarket’s open as usual plus take-away and delivery restaurant and café orders are being processed
Hotels seek aid to protect staff Hundreds of hotels are seeking emergency assistance from the government to protect employees during legal temporary closure, which will prompt the Social Security Office to compensate workers.
End tourist paper chase Having invoked the Emergency Decree, the government's message to the people is clear: Stay home and minimise physical contact to contain the spread of the coronavirus. But the Immigration Bureau's message to tourists stranded in the country suggests otherwise as they are still required to come to extend their visa in person at its offices.
Mass exodus may cause Covid-19 numbers to soar A medical expert has predicted that Thailand could have 2,000 new Covid-19 cases in the next couple of weeks as a result of people fleeing Bangkok for their home provinces in the wake of the partial lockdown and invocation of the Emergency Decree.
City Hall shutters more places City Hall has ordered closures of more places in Bangkok, including playgrounds, libraries and museums.
Checkpoints monitoring travellers to Bangkok The area near Don Mueang airport is one of the checkpoints set up to screen travellers entering Bangkok as the government steps up measures to fight the coronavirus. — Pattarapong Chatpattarasill
SRT to halt long-distance air-con trains The State Railway of Thailand will stop operating air-conditioned express, rapid, sleeper and dining trains to all regions from April 1 because of a lack of passengers.
Most people obtain Covic-19 information online: Suan Dusit Poll A large majority of people obtain most information on Covid-19 online from the social media, but find television the most reliable source, according to an opinion survey by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.

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