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1. learning | 01 Feb 2013
» The abandoned Hopewell mass transit project, known as Bangkok's "Stonehenge," will be demolished to make way for the Red Line electric railway.
2. learning | 22 Feb 2013
About art & corruption
» Failed solution to Bangkok traffic problem, eyesore reminder of wasted money & corrupt politicians, finally immortalized as street art.
3. learning | 31 Dec 2011
Vanessa goes shopping
» Venessa Meng, a student at International School Beijing and a Bangkok Post intern, finds out she has a lot to learn about shopping here in Bangkok.
4. learning | 15 Dec 2011
» Bangkok Post travel editor Pongpet Mekloy takes us on a night bicycle ride through a cool and scenic Bangkok – the perfect time of year to get out and about.
5. news | 16 May 2013
» The fares for non-air conditioned buses operating in Greater Bangkok during the late hours will remain unchanged, the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) said on Thursday.
6. learning | 20 May 2012
» You can read the Bangkok Post is a book designed for people who want to improve their English to a very high level – good enough to be able to read the Bangkok Post newspaper easily without frequent use of the dictionary...
7. learning | 08 Nov 2012
About real estate
» Limited office space & rising rents in central Bangkok has led to office building boom in north Bangkok.
8. learning | 30 Apr 2013
» The route of the proposed Bangkok F1 Grand Prix event would go through the heart of historical Bangkok, giving viewers the chance to see famous landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Victory Monument and Temple of Dawn. Map...
9. learning | 26 Nov 2012
» Cyclists who are not quite brave enough for Bangkok's main streets have safer choices. A new book points the way.
10. learning | 25 Oct 2011
» Flooding throughout Bangkok might not be as bad as it as at Thammasat's University Rangsit Campus, but it seems certain to be a major headache for at least the next month.