Voting ends at 5:00 pm (Philippine time) on May 9, 2016 and ballots should reach the Philippine Embassy by 4:00 pm (Bangkok time) on May 9, 2016.
Provocative dances, red bowls emblazoned with the name ‘Thaksin Shinawatra’ and revealing clothing are strictly prohibited during the Songkran festivities.
This 90-day temporary ban covers other low-speed means of transportation like the saleng (tricycles), tuktuks, as well as push carts and vending carts.
Amongst the attractions, the major highlights are the Dino Eye, also known as the oversized Ferris wheel which gives visitors a lovely birds-eye-view of the park. Also worth mentioning is the Raptor X-Treme in which the guests are placed on a mission wherein they must escape the velociraptor robots.
Accepted nurses may work in hospitals or nursing homes in Germany. Typical salary is approximately 90,000 PHP pesos. Work experience of at least 2 years and above is required to qualify.
Thai media reported that 85 flight delays first happened around 5 to 7 a.m on Thursday. The new system was introduced on both airports by the state-owned Aerothai (Aeronautical Radio of Thailand).
Bangkok expects to save approximately 5 billion liters of water by cutting one day from the usual 4-day celebration this year.
The event presented a panel discussion on challenges, gaps as well as various opportunities towards accomplishing gender equality and the Sustainable Development Goals.
PHL Embassy in Bangkok joins in The King Mongkut University of Technology Thonburi International Culture and Education Fair
On March 7, 2016, the PHL Embassy in BKK joined in the King Mongkut University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) International Culture and Education Fair.
The voting period for registered Filipino voters based overseas is from April 9 – May 9, 2016. Filipinos living abroad once again would have a chance to play a significant part in choosing leaders that will manage our vital contribution as OFWs to the Philippine economy.