The Highway Department has announced that no toll fees will be collected on expressways to facilitate the people to return to their hometowns and travel during the Songkran Festival on the routes as follows:
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) launched new train service for Eastern Line from Bangkok to Pattaya and Sattahip. This air-conditioned train will first run from March 17 to September 30, 2018 as this period of 6 months will be a test-run.
You'll need cash on your trip to Thailand quite often, as it's still preferred payment option here. Only local currency (Thai baht - THB) is accepted in Thailand, so you'll need to get some local cash from ATM or currency exchange. If you'll be visiting Bangkok, you should find one of Super Rich Thailand currency exchange booths as they usually offer the best currency exchange rates in Bangkok.
Pattaya is a resort city in Eastern Thailand, only about 150 km south-east of Bangkok. Pattaya is the closest to Bangkok major beach resort of Thailand making it very popular with tourists. How to travel from Bangkok to Pattaya? You can get from Bangkok to Pattaya by private taxi, bus, van or train. Choose the best way to travel.
Ratchada Train Market, also known as Talad Rot Fai Ratchada, is a night market in Bangkok. Following the big success of the first Train Market (Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin), the new Rot Fai Market was opened in Ratchada area which is more accessible.
Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin, also known as Train Market, is a massive open-air night market in Bangkok. This market is quite far from central Bangkok but it's a great little gem to see and experience, especially if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and looking for a new place to explore, eat and enjoy shopping at the same time.
Even if you will find a number of restaurants and cafes suitable for all tastes at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), keep in mind that once you walk into the airport the food can be really pricey if compared to outside restaurants.
The exhibition is a part of the “In Remembrance of HM King Bhumibol: The Supreme Artist” project conceived in recognition of the late king’s remarkable artistic talent and of his royal grace as a Thai art patron.