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TRAVEL

Loei honours ancestors

Life, Post Reporters, Published on 23/05/2024

» From Thursday to Saturday, the Ban Na Sao community in Loei province celebrates Isan tradition with the Phi Khon Nam Festival to honour the spirit of their ancestors, show gratitude to buffaloes for working hard and ask the rain to mark the beginning of rice farming.

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OPINION

Racing to poverty

Oped, Postbag, Published on 23/05/2024

» Re: "Srettha woos F1 giants in Italy", (BP, May 21).

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GENERAL

PM likens nation to ‘Asian Switzerland’ as investment climbs

Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 15/05/2024

» Thailand has the potential to attract large international companies with the aid of its Land Bridge megaproject and other draws, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Wednesday, likening the country to a “Switzerland of Asia” in terms of investment attractiveness.

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GENERAL

Costumes at temples ignites trend

Business, Narumon Kasemsuk, Published on 15/05/2024

» Temples and palaces in Bangkok have attracted more foreign visitors, bolstered by the rising popularity of dressing in Thai costumes among Asian tourists, with a recent viral video clip showing groups of male travellers dressed in female attire.

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THAILAND

Embankment collapses in Nonthaburi, prompting warning

Online Reporters, Published on 12/05/2024

» NONTHABURI: People have been warned not to approach a collapsed section of an embankment along the Chao Phraya River near the Bang Kruai canal in Bang Kruai district.

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LIFE

Smoggy Bangkok gets a badly needed breath of fresh air

Published on 12/05/2024

» For more than half a century, Thailand’s state-owned tobacco monopoly mass-produced cigarettes at a sprawling industrial estate in Bangkok. A steady stream of heavy trucks brought raw tobacco into the heart of the city and hauled millions of cigarettes away.

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THAILAND

Anutin Pushes for Phuket Water Pipeline Project

Published on 10/05/2024

» The Ministry of Interior, led by Deputy Prime Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, along with Deputy Minister Chada Thaised and Pornpoth Penpas, Director General of the Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA), conducted a site survey to monitor drought resolution efforts at the PWA Phuket Branch. The PWA was instructed to expedite the water pipeline project in Phuket to ensure water security for consumption in the tourist towns on the Andaman coast, focusing on the Bang Niao Dam Reservoir. Additionally, a low-pressure raw water pumping plant at Klong Je Ta, Sri Sunthon Subdistrict, Thalang District, Phuket Province, was built on 9 May 2024.

OPINION

Cambodian canal tests Mekong unity

Oped, Published on 10/05/2024

» Cambodia has every right to develop infrastructure to promote economic development in its part of the Mekong Basin, but the way Cambodia's government is conducting diplomacy around the 180-km Funan Techo Canal threatens to undo three decades of Mekong collaboration.

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LIFE

City reflections

Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 07/05/2024

» It has been 242 years since Bangkok was established on the eastern banks of the Chao Phraya River in 1782 by King Rama I. Things have changed considerably since then and to showcase modern Bangkok in its various aspects, including society, urban landscape, lifestyle, art and culture, the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre invited 13 artists, creators, activists and researchers from various fields to reflect on the city through creative works, archives, activities and contemporary media at an exhibition titled "Bangkok 242, A Space For Sharing".