Coping with the curfew

business May 24, 2014 00:00

By The Nation

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Businesses have adjusted their schedules to meet the curfew, imposed during 10pm to 5am.



 
Bangkok Airways waives fees for rebooking and refunding 
 
Bangkok Airways waives fees for rebooking and refunding for all passengers who wish to amend their travel plans or cancel flights. Rebooking flights or refunds can be processed without charges for passengers holding Bangkok Airways tickets for travel up to May 31. 
Passengers can make any necessary changes by contacting their travel agent or call Bangkok Airways’s Call Centre on 1771 or E-mail at  reservation@bangkokair.com  
 
THAI rebooking
Thai Airways International waives rebooking and refunding charges for travellers, whose travelling plans are booked for May 23-May 21. They can reschedule flights until the end of June. 
The refunding charges may stay if the tickets were issued by overseas sales agents. 
Contact Call Centre at 02-356-111. 
 
MRT 
Bangkok Metro announced today that MRT services will start from 7am to 9pm today, until further notice. (See the photo attached for the last train from each station for Mon-Fri, starting from today.)
 
Central Group
All department stores, speciality stores and shopping malls will be open as per normal hours and will close at 8pm. However, FamilyMart will be opening from 5am to 8pm. 
 
Mall Group
All shopping complexes in Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchasima will be opened at normal opening hours and will close at 8pm. 
 
Big C Supercentre adjusts opening hours
Big C Supercentre, Big C Extra, Big C Jumbo will open during 7am-8pm.
Big C Market opens during 8am-pm.
Mini Big C opens during 5am-10pm.
Branches at shopping complexes will open accordingly to the complexes'.
 
McDonalds' 
For safety of its staff, all restaurants in Greater Bangkok will be open from 7am to 8pm. 
Branches at shopping complexes will operate accordingly to the complexes' opening hours. 
The 24-hour branches in upcountry will open during 7am to 10pm.