Turn on the radio

Turn on the radio

The prime minister's suggestion that old-fashioned radio may be the best means of keeping people informed during major flooding draws public scorn, but his spokesman says it's still a popular medium.

4 Oct 2022 41

Flood triage

Provinces upriver from Bangkok are warned of more flooding as the National Water Command Centre tries to slow the deluge from the North and protect the capital city.

4 Oct 2022 23
Flood triage

Pregnancy termination

Abortion services for unplanned or unintended pregnancies up to 20 weeks have been added to the national healthcare system under legislation effective next month.

4 Oct 2022 11
Pregnancy termination

Unlicensed teen charged

A 15-year-old boy who drove a BMW through a red light at an intersection and killed a motorcyclist has reported to police and been charged.

4 Oct 2022 39
Unlicensed teen charged

PM back to work

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha plans to visit provinces and people affected by severe flooding following the Constitutional Court's ruling in his favour.

4 Oct 2022 46
PM back to work

Plankton infests Rayong beach waters

A large area of algal bloom was sighted at Leam Mae Phim Beach, Klaeng, Rayong.

4 Oct 2022 25
Plankton infests Rayong beach waters

Varawut to lead father's political party

Natural Resources and Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa has been elected leader of the 12-MP Chartthaipattana Party, replacing his elder sister Kanchana.

4 Oct 2022 11
Varawut to lead father's political party

editor’s pick
Harnessing the power of data

Harnessing the power of data

Relatively low levels of childhood literacy and nutritional knowledge, particularly in the poorest parts of Thailand, remain a concern for the authorities.

04:00
  • EXCHANGE RATE
  • WEATHER
  • SET
  • GOLD PRICE

EXCHANGE RATE

Currency/Baht
Buy (Baht)
Sell (Baht)
EUR
36.7597
37.5073
GBP
42.3378
43.1932
HDK
4.7700
4.8606
Currency/Baht
Buy (Baht)
Sell (Baht)
JPY
25.7530
26.4682
USD
37.6018
37.9276
CNY
5.2522
5.3974
Source: Bank of thailand ()
  • Bangkok Rainy
    22° /32°
  • Phuket Cloudy
    25° /34°
  • Surat Thani
    22° /33°
  • Pattaya Rainy
    24° /34°
  • Chiang Mai Cloudy
    17° /30°
  • Kanchanaburi Rainy
    19° /34°
SET
1,578.00
+19.95
SET50
946.89
+9.34
SET100
2,132.66
+22.15
sSET
1,030.01
+14.52
SETCLMV
954.75
+9.70
SETHD
1,127.46
+8.89
SETTHSI
989.14
+9.63
Source: settrade.com (5 Oct 2022)
Type
Baht/Litre
GASOHOL 91
42.06
GASOHOL 95
33.54
GASOHOL E20
34.65
Type
Baht/Litre
GASOHOL E85
DIESEL
34.94
NGV
34.38
Source : PTT (5 Oct 2022)
BUY ฿
SELL ฿
BAR (1 BAHT WEIGHT, 96.5%)
30,200.00
30,300.00
ORNAMENT (1 BAHT WEIGHT, 96.5%)
29,652.96
30,800.00
Source: GoldTraders (4 Oct 2022)

INTERNATIONAL
EDUCATION

2022-2023

Mapping your children’s future

Find all the academic inspiration you seek.



STAY INFORMED.
GET DAILY UPDATES FROM THE BANGKOK POST.
Please put in a valid-email.
Thank you for subscribing our enewsletter. You will get the updates within 24 hours.
By subscribing, you accept the terms and conditions in our privacy policy.
learning from news

latest
  • The populist climate threat

    Reactionary populism is now the biggest obstacle to tackling climate change. With outright climate denial no longer an option, populist politicians have increasingly positioned themselves as climate doubters and delayers, and this new approach is proving to be quite insidious. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that global greenhouse-gas emissions must peak within three years to keep the Paris agreement's 1.5° Celsius target in reach; by slowing effective action, the tactics of today's populists are becoming an existential threat.

  • Apec 2022: Miss it at your own peril
  • Safe abortion is a must