HM to open Suvarnabhumi airport bike track

HM to open Suvarnabhumi airport bike track

His Majesty the King will officially open a cycling track at Suvarnabhumi airport on Nov 23. (Bangkok Post file photo)
His Majesty the King will officially open a cycling track at Suvarnabhumi airport on Nov 23. (Bangkok Post file photo)

His Majesty the King will preside over the official opening of a 23.5-kilometre cycling lane at Suvarnabhumi airport on Nov 23, it was announced on the airport's Facebook page.

To make preparations for the royal visit, the Happy and Healthy Bike Lane, stretching 23.5 kilometres and surrounding Suvarnabhumi airport, will be closed from Nov 12 to Nov 24 and reopened to the public on Nov 25 after the opening.

Formerly known as the Sky Lane, the Happy and Healthy Bike Lane was named by His Majesty the King.

The cycling park is jointly operated by Airports of Thailand Plc and Siam Commercial Bank Plc, with the aim of making it one of the world's best cycling tracks.


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