Silom Road, Bangkok’s nightlife district, is the most expensive area to buy land in Bangkok, followed by Phloen Chit Road, according to data the Treasury Department gathered from 2016-2019. The pandemic may have fluctuated the prices, but no data on land value for 2020 has been reported by the department. They also say only asking prices were recorded, so it’s unclear how much the price decreased by during negotiations. On Silom Road, land prices per square wa are up to 1 million baht while land on Phloen Chit Road have been reported to cost up to 900,000 per square wa. A square wa is about 4 square metres. Land on Rajadamri Road ranges from 750,000 baht to 900,000 baht per square wa. The cheapest areas to buy land in Bangkok are farmlands in the Bangkhuntian district. Land prices range from 500 baht to 10,000 baht per square wa. Properties on Silom Road are also the most expensive in Bangkok. The price for a 170 square wa 4 storey office on the road costs around 155 million baht, ... » Learn More about Silom Road tops as the most expensive area to buy land in Bangkok
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Pattaya, Thailand- Disclaimer: The following is an advertorial for our friends and partners at the Tasty Grill, Minimart, Bar, and Cafe in Pattaya. Nestled in the front of the Unixx condo not far from the Bali Hai Pier approaching the route up Pratumnak Hill is a little mini-mart, grill, Bar, and Cafe in one that is quite the find in Pattaya. Owned and operated by The Pattaya News’s friends and business partners, the Pattaya Japanese Association (PJA), the venue is welcome for everyone to visit regardless if they are a resident of Unixx or not. Parking is available near the shop for free. The following video is from December 2020 and shows how to locate them and what they offer! Here is our previous video tour of the cafe from June 2020 and what they offer! The venue is also the base for the PJA in Pattaya, however, welcomes everyone! You can even learn some about the Pattaya Japanese Association there and what they do to assist the Japanese Community in Pattaya. Here ... » Learn More about Updated March 2021: All about Tasty Minimart, Grill, Bar and Cafe in Pattaya
Panellists discuss whether 5G will truly be a game changer in the telecom world. (Photo by Pornprom Satrabhaya) 5G can lead to an explosion of innovation among creatives and content creators, but not before the technology becomes affordable and widely available, says a panel of local tech gurus at the Bangkok Post's "5G: The Game Changer" event on Thursday. BETTER SPEEDS, BETTER CONTENT Aticharn Cherngchavano, the renowned tech content creator known as Ou-Spin9, pointed out 5G not only ensures the fastest speed internet signal, but also caters to multiple connected devices in a certain area. "When 5G speeds come into full force, developers will be able to usher in broader ranges of content, including immersive 3D elements." — Aticharn Cherngchavano, Tech content creator He said content developers are now designing their materials in line with the current network speed, such as 4G, but in the future when 5G speeds come into full force, developers will be able to usher in ... » Learn More about Saviour or hype?
A Honda logo is pictured as cars are displayed outside a Honda showroom of company’s headquarters in Tokyo on November 6, 2020. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) TOKYO, Japan – Honda launched the world’s most advanced self-driving car licensed for the road on Friday, releasing an initial batch of 100 models in Japan. The Legend is capable of adaptive driving in lanes, as well as passing and switching lanes under certain circumstances. The car also features an emergency stop function in case a driver is unresponsive to handover warnings, and Honda touts extensive safety testing. “Approximately 10 million patterns of possible real-world situations were simulated during system development, and real-world demonstration tests were conducted on expressways for a total of approximately 1.3 million kilometres (800,000 miles),” it said in a statement. Experts said the limited rollout would help determine whether there is sufficient demand for more autonomous vehicles. Vehicle autonomy ... » Learn More about Honda launches advanced self-driving cars in Japan
Despite the risk of punishment, many operators continue to operate – given that the price of the fines are so low, according to a police officer at the No.2 Traffic Police Station in the city. “There are more outside cars these days. The operators don’t care about getting fined, so we need stricter punishments like suspending licences if they continue,” said police captain Tin Maung Htun. A total of 49 offenses had been recorded in January, according to data from the police. Yangon Chief Minister U Phyo Min Thein said that, on the day of the second anniversary of the Yangon Region Transport Authority (YRTA), YBS buses should be the only form of public transport on the roads. He said that other buses or vehicles, with the exemption of taxis, should not be permitted. - Translated ... » Learn More about Unlicensed buses still a popular option for Yangonites
Are you feeling depressed? Upset? Do you need assistance and feel like there is nobody to talk to? During the current second round of Covid-19 infections and related government control measures and regulations in Thailand we certainly understand that some of our readers may feel like there is no hope, no light at the tunnel, and are feeling depressed. We here at the Pattaya News have seen first hand in the Pattaya community how difficult 2020 was and, so far, 2021 has not started out with what many people hoped for. We wanted to provide a list of possible resources for our readers who may feel frustrated, angry, depressed, or considering making a mistake that could last a lifetime. These are a great start but even if you just reach out to a close friend or family and let them know how you are feeling they can possibly help. Here are just a few to consider in Thailand, the first few are free. The Pattaya News is NOT associated with any of these, nor are any of these advertorials ... » Learn More about Feeling depressed? Need help? Here are some useful resources in Thailand