Bangkok motor show postponed, book fair moved online

Bangkok motor show postponed, book fair moved online

Crowds flock to the Bangkok International Motor Show last year at Impact Arena Muang Thong Thani. This year's fair has been postponed due to the coronavirus epidemic. (Post Today photo)
Crowds flock to the Bangkok International Motor Show last year at Impact Arena Muang Thong Thani. This year's fair has been postponed due to the coronavirus epidemic. (Post Today photo)

The Bangkok International Motor Show has been postponed and the annual Book Fair cancelled because of the danger of spreading the coronavirus.

Chief organiser Prachin Eamlumnow said the Bangkok motor show has been moved from March 25-April 5 to April 20-May 3.

The 41st annual motor show will be held at Challenger Impact Muang Thong Thani.

Organisers of the 48th National Book Fair and 18th Bangkok International Book Fair have cancelled the annual event scheduled for  March 25-April 5 at Impact Arena Muang Thong Thani.

They have instead moved the fair online. 

Booklovers will be able to buy books online around the clock, the Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand said.

Details will be posted later on its website, https://pubat.or.th/.


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