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Vehicles with temporary license plates to be registered in 60 days

Bangkok - Authorities will impose strict punishment on owners of vehicles with temporary license plates who may have failed to register for a permanent...

September 1 launch of no smoking in taxis campaign

Starting on September 1, Bangkok taxi drivers will be banned from smoking in their taxis whether there are passengers onboard or not, failing which...

Vans must comply with traffic laws for the safety of passengers

BANGKOK - The Department of Land Transport has reminded vans to strictly comply with traffic laws for the safety of their passengers. Director-General of...

Automobile policies to be revised to enhance credibility

BANGKOK - The Department of Land Transport will revise its public and private automobile policies in a bid to increase the public’s confidence in...

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Druck verstärkte sich, um Massagesalons und andere Pattaya Shops zu öffnen

Unerwartet haben die Behörden Bangkoks sich damit einverstanden erklärt, ab 1. Juni 2021 Museen, Tätowierungsläden, Schönheitskliniken (keine Gesichtsmassagen), öffentliche Parks und Massagesalons zu öffnen....

Pattaya’s tourist recovery program likely to be delayed

The latest evidence concludes that large numbers of European sun-worshippers are unlikely to visit Thailand any time soon. The Long Haul Travel Barometer, published...

Bangkok clears confusion over on and off jabs service

Prime Minister, Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, has ordered Secretary-General of the National Security Council (NSC), Gen. Nattaphon Narkphanit, as Director of the Center for the...

Thai PM tells Senate Government will allocate more money to public healthcare

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has promised to allocate more money, from the new 500-billion-baht loan, to cover public healthcare costs, if the amount earmarked...

List of activities and businesses allowed to operate and those remain closed in Bangkok

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has announced the latest Order of the Temporary Closure of Premises (No. 32), allowing the following five types of...