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Published: Apr 14, 2022
So, what can and can’t you do this Songkran?
Songkran 2022: No splashing but water traditions remain
Published: Apr 12, 2022
Songkran is a spectacular time of year when families and friends come together and cool off in style, blessed by the healing powers of water.
The Royal Thai Police (RTP) will have 80,000 police officers on standby during the Songkran Festival to help with traffic and safety during the holiday period.
Travelling upcountry during Songkran and getting together with friends and family can spark a new wave of Covid-19 infections, a top virologist warned on Monday.
Published: Apr 11, 2022
US Embassy wishes Thais a happy Songkran
Published: Apr 09, 2022
Thailand’s most important holiday is Songkran when the entire country comes together to mark the traditional New Year by splashing each other with water and paying respect to the elderly.
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) will add 13 extra train services next week to handle up to 100,000 passengers per day over Songkran from April 11-17.
Published: Mar 08, 2022
The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has urged people to get their vulnerable family members vaccinated now to protect them during next month’s Songkran get-togethers.
Published: Apr 13, 2021
The first three days of Songkran holidays, from April 10 to 12, saw 1,090 road accidents with 110 fatalities and 1,099 people getting injured.
Published: Mar 05, 2020
In a foretaste of what could become a national trend, the mayor of a popular beach town in Chonburi has curtailed next month’s Songkran festivities due to the risk of Covid-19 contagion.
Published: Apr 24, 2019
The mother of a 40-year-old man who died in a Si Sa Ket prison after being convicted of drink driving during Songkran festival has demanded a Justice Ministry inquiry.
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