The Chantaburi-Trat Filipino Association is holding “Fiesta sa Nayon” to celebrate the 119th Philippine Independence Day on Sunday, June 19, 2017.
BMTA decided to operate a new bus service to link Suvarnabhumi airport to the city centre for the sake of passenger convenience.
“Sa mga panahong ito doon namin naranasan ang bigat ng aming dinadalang problemang emosyonal at financial subalit may mga taong nagmamalasakit at tumutulong sa gitna ng aming kagipitan,” said daughter Wendy Bulan on Facebook.
The present administration plans to spend more that 8 trillion pesos for the “golden age of infrastructure”.
An incentive program allows concerned citizen gets paid half of the fine of motorbikes parking or riding on sidewalks according to Bangkok City Hall.
Sagubay has two young children. His wife who works as teacher in Soi Pridi Banomyong is also five-month pregnant for their third child.
A Filipino is currently confined at the ICU division of the Navamin 9 Hospital in Minburi and in need of financial support.
The post says that one lane will be closed along Bangkok Planetarium all the way to Sukhumvit 24 for a parade march from 5:00-6:30pm. Sukhumvit inbound lanes from Soi 24-22 will be totally closed from 6:00-8:30pm for the formal inauguration ceremony and performance. One lane will also be closed from Sukhumvit 22 through Asoke intersection, Ploenchit intersection, through Ratchaprasong intersection, passing through Siam Square and Patumwan intersection for another parade march from 8:00-9:30pm.
According to Sec. Taguiwalo, there are 24 Filipinas in the prison. The oldest is 62 years old while the youngest is 28. Meanwhile, 19 of the cases are drug related.
Confirmed party areas for this year’s Songkran festival will be at Silom Road and RCA.