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New Locations Of Protest Sites In Bangkok

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The Bangkok Shutdown shut down means the protest sites and rally stages at Phathumwan, Ratchaprasong, Asoke & Sala Daeng have all now been cleared, cleaned up and re-opened to traffic.

The protestors from these sites have all moved to the last remaining official site at Lumpini Park.

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THREE PLACES TO AVOID IN BANGKOK:

* Lumpini Park – now home to the “official” protest site.
* Chaeng Wattana at the Government Complex – still has an “unofficial” protest site.
* Ratchadamnoen from Phan Fah to Royal Plaza – another “unofficial” protest site.

Don’t bother going to see whats what and become one of those idiot tourists who thinks its cool to take a selfie with the mob. We have all seen the news stories of guns and grenades. Enough said.

Keep an eye on news channels and Twitter as the whistle blowers may have moved but the story is far from over.

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‘Thailand Pass’ Scheme Dropped From Today

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Thailand Pass Scheme Dropped From Today

The Thailand Pass registration scheme and the US$10,000 health insurance requirement for foreign visitors have officially been dropped, effective 1st July 2022.

From today, foreign nationals are only required to show proof of vaccination or a negative RT-PCR or professional ATK test result within 72 hours of travel.

These can either be in print or digital format.

Random checks will be made on arrivals at international airports and land border checkpoints bringing an end to congestion and lengthy queues.

With the removal of all the hurdles and entry to Thailand returning to pre-covid normal, it is hoped arrivals will increase over the coming months bringing back those much needed tourist dollars.

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Two Dry Days In July Coming Up

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Two Dry Days In July Coming Up

The entertainment industry is set to take two days off this month in respect of Asalha Bucha Day and Khao Phansa Day.

It will be lights out across the land on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th with exact timings determined by local police districts who will issue notices either in a timely manner as some do or 20 minutes before closing.

Of course, it’s not just the nightlife industry affected by the Buddhist holiday, there will be no alcohol on sale at your local 7-Eleven either for 48 hours, so plan ahead.

Friday 15th is also a public holiday but booze will be back for the weekend.

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