Monthly Archives: June, 2019

Train service to Cambodian border to start tomorrow, 1 July

The new daily train service between Bangkok and Ban Klong Luk border station in Sa Kaeo province will start running on July 1, the...

Durian fair boosts Si Sa Ket’s economy

A durian fair is significantly spurring economy in Si Sa Ket, a remote and rather poor province in northeast Thailand. "To date, durian sales from...

A pair of 200-years old durian Takien Thong trees in Chumpon added to Thailand’s National Heritage List

The Thai Ministry of Culture has declared one durian tree and one takien thong tree, both about 200 years old in Patoh district of...

Female pickpocket gang in London caught on camera stealing Thai tourist’s purse

A female pick pocket has been caught on camera stealing from two Thai tourists in London. Nina Spencer, 51, and Toi McGurran, 51, were walking...

Stateless student wins consolation prize from US’s Genius Olympiad program

A stateless high-school girl, from Thailand’s southern province of Ranong, has won a consolation award from the Genius Olympiad program held recently in the...

Taxis who reject passengers will now face bigger fines

BANGKOK — Bangkokians rejoice! Cabbies who refuse passengers will be subject to heavier fines under a new legal amendment, officials said Monday. In an attempt...

Siam Square’s Lido Connect to officially open on 30 July 2019

Siam Square’s former Lido cinema is offically set to reopen as Lido Connect this July. Though the grand opening will take place on Jul 30, the new creative space...

Lido Multiplex to reopen as a hub of arts, culture and lifestyle

An exhibition space, Blackbox theatre and concert hall are coming to the shuttered cinema in Siam Square Lido cinema in Siam Square, which closed its...

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