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- April,2023(part5) -
25 Apr, 2023
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. to Commence Operation of First Super-Large Thermal Power Plant in Rayong Province, Thailand
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries announced on April 19, 2023 that Gulf PD, a joint venture company established by Gulf Energy Development, Thailand's largest independent power producer (IPP), and Mitsui & Co., Ltd., is constructing a natural power plant in Rayong Province, Thailand. It announced that it has completed construction of the first unit of the gas-fired power plant and started operation on March 31, 2023.

The first unit to start operation is a gas turbine combined cycle (GTCC) thermal power plant with an output of 2,650 megawatts consisting of four gas turbines. All four trains are scheduled to start operating by the fall of 2024.







24 Apr, 2023
Thai Meteorological Department predicts severe drought in Thailand in June 2023
The Thai Meteorological Department(MD) previously predicted a maximum temperature of 43 degrees Celsius in the summer, but expects the maximum temperature from late April onwards to hover around 40 degrees Celsius. Extreme weather conditions, including the possibility of thunderstorms, are expected to continue from April 24th to April 27th after the heat wave abates.

According to the Meteorological Department, while the summer heat wave is expected to ease in late April, the El Niño phenomenon is expected to cause severe drought in Thailand from mid-June.
23 Apr, 2023
Similan Islands will be closed for 5 months from 16 May 2023 to 15 October 2023
The Similan Islands, which are located in the Andaman Sea and are located 76km northwest of Thap Lam Port in Phang Nga Prefecture, which adjoins Phuket Prefecture to the north, are designated as a marine national park with a circumference of about 140km². It is a very beautiful place where you can meet many sea creatures such as strangely shaped rocks, various fish and endemic species. It is also known as one of the world's leading scuba diving spots.

The Similan Islands are closed during the rainy season for environmental remediation.

In 2023, it was announced that it will be closed for five months from May 16th to October 15th.







22 Apr, 2023
Fujii Kaze to hold live tour in Bangkok, Thailand on July 1st and 2nd
Popular artist Kaze Fujii will hold a live tour titled "Fujii Kaze and the Piano Asia Tour in Bangkok" in Bangkok, Thailand. As the tour title says "Fujii Kaze and the piano", it seems that it will be a live performance of singing with a piano. The performance will be held for two days, Saturday, July 1st and Sunday, July 2nd, 2023. The venue is KBank SIAM PIC-GANESHA THEATER.

Kaze Fujii's songs, such as "He demo ne yo" and "Kirari", are very popular in Thailand. It is expected that the live will be very exciting.

The outline of "Fujii Kaze and the Piano Asia Tour in Bangkok" is as follows.
[schedule]
July 1st (Sat) and 2nd (Sun), 2023
[venue]
KBank SIAM PIC-GANESHA THEATER
[ticket]
4,400 / 3,300 / 2,700 baht
Available at Thaiticketmajor from 11:00 am on Sunday, April 30







21 Apr, 2023
Thailand to postpone immigration fees to September 1, 2023
Initially, the Thai government planned to collect Thai entry fees from June 1, 2023, and had already obtained cabinet approval. However, according to Minister of Tourism and Sports, Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, it is likely that the planned date will not be met due to problems with the collection method for air travel.

When entering the country by air, an immigration fee of 300 baht will be collected together with the airfare at the time of ticket issuance. On the other hand, Thais are exempted, and even among foreigners, holders of diplomatic and official passports and work permits are exempted.

According to Minister Phiphat, the collection will start on September 1, 2023 and is currently under consideration.
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