Sunday

  • Lifestyle

    Sunday night routine for a great week start

    Are you one of those who is left wondering why everyone else is bursting with energy on Monday mornings, while you can hardly lift your feet? Well, hold on to your seats, because the secret weapon might just be a fantastic Sunday night routine. By developing a regular sleep schedule and self-care habits, you’re setting yourself up for a whoppingly…

  • Thailand News

    Newly discovered Nishimura comet visible in Thailand this Sunday

    Keep your eyes pointed upwards this weekend as Thailand will be treated to a rare celestial sighting. The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT) has revealed that the Thai population might have the opportunity to observe the newly discovered Nishimura comet this Sunday evening as it approaches the sun. The comet, officially tagged as C/2023 P1 and named after…

  • Things To Do

    Thailand World Cup fans may miss first match after broadcast pricing agreement stalled

    Thailand World Cup fans may miss the first match after the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) failed to agree on broadcast pricing with FIFA. According to Bangkok Post, the SAT failed to agree on a price with FIFA, with the Deputy Prime Minister saying that there is a high chance that an agreement would not be concluded in time for…

  • Events

    Easter Sunday: Where to go to church in Bangkok for Easter 2022 (English services)

    As Songkran celebrations wind down this weekend, Christians across Thailand are celebrating Easter. Here are some churches where you can attend an in-person English service in Bangkok this Easter Sunday… • Evangelical Church of Bangkok “We are an international church in the city center of Bangkok. No matter where you call home, you are welcome to fellowship and worship with…

  • Thailand News

    Covid UPDATE Sunday: 21,882 new infections, 209 deaths, new briefs

    Today the Thai public health department has announced 21,882 new infections of the Coronavirus and 209 Covid-related deaths. 245 were detected in the Thai prison system. 21,106 patients have been released from hospitals and field hospitals. 210,943 patients are currently still under state care, 5,615 people are considered in a critical condition, whilst 1,172 patients are on artificial respiration –…

  • Covid-19 News

    Covid UPDATE: 15,335 new infections, provincial numbers

    5,335 new infections & 129 Covid-related deaths for Sunday. 641 of today’s announced cases came from Thai prisons. The number of new infections detected in the past 24 hours is another record for Thailand. Provincial totals published, thanks to the NBT… Number of people who received Covid-19 vaccines in the past 24 hours. – 1st dose: +117,421 – 2nd dose:…

  • Covid-19 News

    Covid UPDATE Sunday: 15,335 new infections, news briefs

    This morning the Thai public health department has announced 15,335 new infections & 129 Covid-related deaths. 641 of today’s announced cases came from Thai prisons. The number of new infections detected in the past 24 hours is another record for Thailand. Provincial totals will come out just after lunch today. • The Department of Disease Control said yesterday that the…

  • Thailand News

    Sunday Update: 5,916 new infections, provincial totals, news briefs

    Today the public health department has announced 5,916 new infections and 44 Covid-related deaths. 39 of the total are attributed to Thai prisons. The report indicates a stabilisation of numbers after 3 days hovering around the 6,000-per-day level of new cases. But Sundays often return lower-than-usual reports. Since April 1, 2021 there’s been 254,204 people infected, 2,132 dead (+44 today), 59,938 remain in care, 2,147…

  • Thailand News

    Sunday UPDATE: 3,382 new infections and 17 deaths, provincial totals

    This morning the public health ministry has announced 3,382 new cases of Covid-19 and 17 new deaths across Thailand. The daily numbers, again, are oddly statistically consistent with the daily toll around 1,900 – 2,500 for the past month (with few variations). Although the daily totals, even without the prison numbers, are slowly creeping up, mostly as a result of…

  • Thailand News

    Covid Sunday UPDATE: 3,382 new infections and 17 deaths

    This morning the public health ministry has announced 3,382 new cases of Covid-19 and 17 new deaths across Thailand. The daily numbers, again, are oddly statistically consistent with the daily toll around 1,900 – 2,500 for the past month (with few variations). Although the daily totals, even without the prison numbers, are slowly creeping up, mostly as a result of…

  • Covid-19 News

    Covid UPDATE: 2,302 new infections and 24 deaths, provincial totals

    The CCSA have announced 2,302 new infections and 24 Covid-related deaths over the past 24 hours. There’s now been a total of 101,447 infections and 589 deaths since the start of Thailand’s tally on January 18, 2020. More than 64,000 are registered as ‘recovered’. 35,055 people remain under treatment at public and field hospitals. More news briefs on the Covid situation below.…

  • Covid-19 News

    Covid UPDATE: 1,940 new Covid infections, 21 new deaths

    Sunday’s report from the Thai health ministry says that there has been 21 new deaths in the last 24 hour reporting period. and 1,940 new cases. There has been 82 people dying over the past 5 days in the current 3rd wave surge of Covid 19 around Thailand. Whilst there’s been a general trend downward over the past week, the…

  • Thailand News

    Thailand News Today | Sunday update – all the latest news, ANZAC Day | April 25

    Today there are another 2,438 new Covid-19 infections in Thailand. Meanwhile the BMA have announced the closure of 31 additional business types in Bangkok as of midnight tonight. The number is a sight drop on yesterday’s total of 2,839 new infections. But Sunday’s totals are often lower due to the reporting from provinces. Today’s numbers show that Thailand’s Covid experience…

  • Covid-19 News

    Covid-19 cases in Thailand on Sunday, December 27

    “…provincial governors can now decide if a Covid-19 lockdown must be imposed.” A total of 6,141 people have now been infected in Thailand. Today (Sunday, December 27) the CCSA has announced there was 121 new cases of Covid-19, (+9 imported cases & +112 local cases). 18 of the new local cases are migrant workers. 4,161 people have now been discharged from…

  • Covid-19 News

    Official list of businesses permitted to reopen tomorrow (Sunday)

    Further to a story in The Thaiger yesterday, PM Prayut Chan-o-cha, in his capacity as head of the CCSA, has listed the business and leisure activities which can resume from tomorrow, in the second phase of Covid-19 lockdown relaxations. The list, published in the Royal Gazette yesterday so becoming law, includes… Food and drink shops or stalls in restaurants, canteens,…

  • Covid-19 News

    The next batch of reopenings in Thailand, coming this Sunday

    We should find out more today about the next raft of re-opening for Thailand’s businesses. The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has been consulting with the private and public sector to make the next move as Thailand reboots its economy in a second phase of re-openings. The Thai cabinet will meet today to discuss the proposals. Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin says…

  • Covid-19 News

    10 new coronavirus cases in Phuket today (Sunday)

    The island of Phuket in Thailand’s south has reported 10 new Covid-19 coronavirus cases today (Sunday), bringing the total to 119. Today’s new cases aren’t all in Patong, as has been the trend over the past week, with new cases being reported in Bang Tao, just north of Surin Beach area. Among the confirmed cases announced today are six members of…

  • Phuket News

    Phuket authorities confirm alcohol ban Sunday (starts midnight) for 24 hours

    The Phuket Vice Governor and acting Phuket Governor, Supot Rodruang, declared that he has sent an urgent letter from the Department of Provincial Administration to the authorities of the three districts of Phuket to strictly prohibit alcohol sales for 24 hours across Phuket tomorrow (starting midnight tonight) as it is the end of Buddhist Lent tomorrow (Sunday). The regulation will…

  • Events

    Alcohol sales ban in Thailand Sunday, October 13

    A 24 hour alcohol sales ban is on for this Sunday, October 13. The day marks the end of Buddhist Lent and also coincides with the third anniversary of the death of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Thailand’s revered and long-serving monarch. The ban will last from Midnight Saturday night until Midnight Sunday Night, a total of 24 hours. The ban is…