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- May,2022(part3) -
15 May, 2022
Japanese steam locomotive operated between Bangkok and Nakhon Pathom to celebrate the birth of Queen Thailand on June 3rd
On June 3rd, the day of Queen Suthida's birth, the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) will operate a special steam locomotive train between Bangkok and Nakhon Pathom.

The operation details are as follows
Service date: June 3
Operating hours:
Outbound (train number 907)
8:10 Depart from Bangkok (Hwaram Po) Station
10:10 Arrive at Nakhon Pathom Station
Return trip (train number 908)
16:30 Depart from Nakhon Pathom Station
18:30 Arrive at Bangkok Station
Round-trip fare: 3rd class 299 baht (reservations accepted on May 10)
Ticket purchase: Available at all stations or D ticket system

Passengers can get on and off at Samsen Station, Bang Su Station, Bang Bamru Station, etc. in the middle of the section between Bangkok and Nakhon Pathom. Light meals and drinks are sold on the train.

The steam locomotives used are Pacific 824 and Pacific 850 made in Japan.

Please note that you will need to show two vaccination certificates or show the negative certificate of the ATK test conducted within 72 hours before the travel date to the staff at the screening point on the day of the Digital Health Pass for the ride.

Please contact the following for details.
Customer Service Center 1690 (24 hours)
SRT official Website
Facebook fan page PR team






14 May, 2022
Pattaya Bikini Beach Race will be held on October 29, 2022!
The organizer has officially announced that the annual running event "Pattaya Bikini Beach Race 2022" hosted by Central Pattaya will be held on October 29, 2022.

Pattaya Bikini Beach Race 2022 will be held at Pattaya Beach in front of the Central Festival Shopping Center in Pattaya.

The Pattaya Bikini Beach Race ad has many pictures of bikinis and sexy women, but the organizers invite men to participate in the beach race as well.

The Pattaya Bikini Beach Race was held in 2021 under the infection prevention measures, but the participants were mainly locals in Pattaya and domestic tourists within Thailand. Entry restrictions have been relaxed this year, and the number of foreign tourists visiting Pattaya is increasing. The race scheduled for October 2022 is expected to have significantly more foreign runners from abroad than last year.

According to the official Facebook page of the event, various runners such as Thai celebrities, sexy idols and models will run in bikinis at "Pattaya Bikini Beach Race 2022". Also, it seems that a concert will be held.

For details, please refer to the official Facebook of the event.






13 May, 2022
Thai AirAsia resumes routes from Bangkok to Vientiane and Luang Prabang
Thai AirAsia has announced that they will resume flights to Laos from June. It operates two routes, Vientiane and Luang Prabang, to and from Bangkok(Don Muang Airport).

The flight schedule is as follows.
Bangkok (Don Muang) ⇔ Vientiane (June 1, 2022 ~)
FD1040 DMK12: 05 VTE13: 15 Mon / Wed / Fri / Sun
FD1041 VTE13: 45 DMK14: 55 Mon / Wed / Fri / Sun

Bangkok (Don Muang) ⇔ Luang Prabang (June 2, 2022 ~)
FD1030 DMK06: 45 LPQ08: 15 Tue / Sat
FD1030 DMK14: 30 LPQ16: 00 Thu
FD1031 LPQ08: 45 DMK10: 10 Tue / Sat
FD1031 LPQ16: 30 DMK17: 55 Thu

The equipment used is Airbus A320

Laos relaxed entry regulation and started accepting foreign tourists in earnest from May 9. If you have a full vaccination certificate or a negative antigen test certificate, you do not need to be quarantined and do not need to be tested after entering Laos.

For details and reservations, please visit the Thai AirAsia official website.






12 May, 2022
Pattaya to resume services related to water activities such as water restaurants and jet skis etc.
Currently, Pattaya is not yet authorized to provide water restaurant and water activity related services such as jet skiing and parasailing.

The Pattaya Marine Committee met with business owners of local marine-related businesses at Pattaya City Hall on May 7 to discuss plans to legally resume these services in the near future.

At this meeting, Marine-related business operators discussed the standards and rules to be followed when resuming business, and at the meeting, the operator and the committee informally agreed on a resumption plan.

Under the agreement, the water restaurant will only offer traditional Thai shows, and parties with live DJs, bikini dancers, etc. will not be allowed at this time.

The standards and rules agreed at the meeting will be submitted to the authorities of Chonburi Province and, if approved, will be formally enforced.
11 May, 2022
Foreign Tourists return to Khao San Road in Bangkok
Khao San Road, once known as "Backpacker's Heaven". Bangkok Metropolitan Authority plans to attract a wider range of tourists as well as backpackers, invested $ 1.6 million to turn Khao San Road into an 'International Walking Street' in 2019.

With this investment, Khao San Road was renovated in 2020, but Khao San Road lost foreign tourists due to a pandemic last 2 years and was hit economically.

The bustle of tourists is back on this Khao San Road.

According to Sa-nga Ruangwatthanakul, President of the Khao San Road Business Operators Association, the Khao San Road business is now revitalized and the business is beginning to revive.

The biggest reason why the business of Khao San Road is revitalized is that the Test & Go entry scheme was abolished on May 1. With the abolition of the Test & Go entry scheme, PCR tests are no longer required when entering Thailand, making it easier to enter Thailand and dramatically increasing the number of foreign tourists entering Thailand. As a result, the number of tourists visiting Khao San Road is also increasing.

According to President Sa-nga, water-splashing on Khao San Road was banned during the Songkrang period, but during the Songkrang period, the Khao San Road was still crowded with tourists, and from this period tourists gradually began to return to the Khao San Road. Currently, Khao San Road operators say they totally earn about 5 million baht a day on weekdays and up to 10 million baht a day on weekends. However, the number of tourists is still about 20% before the pandemic.

The Test & Go entry scheme was abolished on May 1st, but pre-registration for Thailand Pass is still required. Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Health Anutin Charnvirakul has instructed relevant ministries to prepare to abolish the Thailand Pass on June 1.

President Sa-nga urged the Thai government to launch a tourism promotion campaign to bring more foreign tourists back to Thailand, including the abolition of the Thailand Pass. President Sa-nga also supports the Thai government's move to downgrade the pandemic to an endemic.

It is also reported that Suttipong Juljarern, permanent secretary for the Interior Ministry, has informed the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society of the decision to stop using "MorChana". If "Mor Chana", which has been considered troublesome until now, is abolished, it will be a further benefit to the tourism industry.
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