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Bike for Mom cycling event in Thailand has set a new Guinness record.
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Sunday, 16 August 2015 18:28

Bike for Mum 2015

National cycling event Bike for Mom, dedicated to HM Queen Sirikit’s 83th birthday, has recorded a stunning number of 146.266 cyclists taking part in the ride countrywide.


This was largest cycling event in the world, registered by the Guinness Book of World Records. Previous record was held by Taiwan where the number of 70.000 riders was recorded.

Phuket Old Town festival
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 20:49

The annual three-day Phuket Old Town Festival will kick off on February 7 with a parade to celebrate the unique culture of Phuket's residents. 

 Events will be held along Thalang Road, Soi Rommanee and Krabi Road – the heart of the Phuket Old Town area, explained Phuket City Mayor Somjai Suwansupana.

The three streets will be blocked so that festival-goers can enjoy the activities comfortably on foot. Local food, music, games and artistic Chinese performances can be expected throughout the three-day event. 

 The opening day parade starts at 5pm at the intersection of Phang Nga Road and Kanit Hongsyok Road.

Gazoline prices reduced
Saturday, 27 August 2011 05:39


The National Energy Policy Committee yesterday resolved to suspend the Oil Fund levy on diesel as well as octane-95 and octane-91 petrol, effective today.

The Oil Fund now collects Bt7.50 per litre from octane-95 petrol. This will also affect the excise tax, which is calculated on the overall price.

The octane-95 petrol price will immediately come down by Bt8.02 per litre: Bt7.50 as the contribution to the Oil Fund and Bt0.52 as excise tax. The price of octane-91 will drop by Bt7.17, and that of diesel by Bt3 per litre. After the cuts, octane-95 petrol will retail at Bt39.32 a litre, down from Bt47.34, while octane-91 will drop to Bt34.77 from Bt41.94. Diesel will cost Bt26.99, down from Bt29.99.

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, chairing the committee's meeting for the first time yesterday, said that the approval of the government policy to reduce the price of petrol and diesel by lowering the levies on these fuels to the Oil Fund has been granted. The matter has now been handed to the Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO) for further implementation.

In addition, the meeting approved a study to be undertaken to determine what impact the levy reductions will have on gasohol, and whether the Oil Fund will be used to subsidise alternative energy prices. The outline of the intended study has been forwarded to the EPPO for further consideration.

Liverpool FC stars are coming to Phuket
Thursday, 19 May 2011 11:28

Liverpool FCSecond match in the Liverpool Fundraising Tour 2011 between the former stars of England’s most famous club Liverpool FC and the Thailand Legends, will be held at Thanyapura Sports and Leisure Club (TSLC) in Thalang in June.





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