Worship of Lord Brahman rite ceremony to mark the establishment anniversary of Erawan shrine

epa09572017 Thai dancers perform for worshippers of the Lord Brahma statue during a ceremony held to mark the 65th establishment anniversary of the Erawan shrine in Bangkok, Thailand, 09 November 2021. The ceremony is held every year in the early morning of 09 November to worship the Lord Brahma statue to commemorate it being enshrined on ?09 November 1956. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Thailand found the first case of the coronavirus Omicron variant

epaselect epa09625416 A woman wears a protective mask during a daily life in Bangkok, Thailand, 06 December 2021. Thailand found the first case of the Sars-CoV-2 Omicron variant in the country, the Thai Ministry of Public Health said on 06 December. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Anti-government protest over the government's failure in handling the COVID-19 crisis

epaselect epa09417814 An anti-government protester talks to anti-riot police officers after a clash during a rally calling for the resignation of the Prime Minister at the Royal Thai Police headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand, 17 August 2021. Anti-government protesters demonstrate in a street rally calling for the ouster of the Prime Minister over the government's failure to handle the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Anti-government protest calling for political and monarchy reform

epaselect epa08826857 Pro-democracy protesters flash the three-finger salute as they pass inflatable rubber ducks during a protest calling for political and monarchy reform at Ratchaprasong shopping district in Bangkok, Thailand, 18 November 2020. Thousands of protesters attend a mass rally calling for political and monarchy reform by rewriting the constitution and the resignation of the prime minister. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Celebration for to mark the conclusion of King Rama X coronation in Thailand

epaselect epa08065054 Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun (C) sits on a palanquin carried by royal guards as part of the celebrations to mark the conclusion of the Royal Coronation ceremony, near the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand, 12 December 2019. Royal Processions, both by land and by water, offer the chance for people to pay homage and mark to the ceremony honors King Rama X after his complete accession to the throne. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Anti-government protest in Bangkok

epa08807937 Thai riot-police officers secure the area during pro-democracy protesters demonstration calling for the monarchy reform near the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand, 08 November 2020. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters take part in a rally against the royalist elite and the military-backed government calling for the resignation of Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, the new charter rewrite and the monarchy reformed to be under the constitution. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Anti-government protest in Bangkok

epaselect epa08755535 Pro-democracy protesters hold up mobile phones with flash lights during an anti-government protest at the Victory Monument in Bangkok, Thailand, 18 October 2020. People have gathered for a fifth straight day of Pro-democracy protests in Bangkok, defying a government emergency decree banning the gather of four or more people. Protesters are calling for the resignation of Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, a new constitution and monarchy reform. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Ukraine people protest the Russian invasion in Bangkok

epa09803433 A Ukrainian woman living in Bangkok painted her face with bloody tears during a peaceful demonstration against the Russian invasion of Ukraine in Bangkok, Thailand, 05 March 2022. About a hundred Ukrainian people living in Bangkok and supporters take part in demonstrations for peace in Ukraine and against Russian troops invading the country and launched a major military operation on 24 February. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Anti-government protest in Bangkok

epaselect epa08563582 Students and pro-democracy activists burn the pictures of Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha during a protest outside the Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, 24 July 2020. The group demanded the prime minister’s resignation and the amendment to the 2017 constitution to abolish the 250 Senate members. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Face masks on Buddha statues to promote use amid coronavirus pandemic in Thailand

epa08412617 A view of a Buddha statue decorated with a face mask, inside Wat Nithet Rat Pradit in Pathum Thani province, on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand, 10 May 2020. The Buddha statues at the temple are decorated with face masks as a campaign to remind the public to wear protective masks to protect against spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19 disease pandemic, according to Wat Nithet Rat Pradit's abbot Phra Athikan Thaweesup. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Anti-government protest against the lese majeste law in Bangkok

epaselect epa08940876 Thai police arrest an anti-government protester attending a rally at the Victory Monument in Bangkok, Thailand, 16 January 2021. At least two protesters were arrested by the police on violating an emergency decree while attending a rally to write messages against the government on a fabric label that is 112 meters long during the lese majeste law protest in Bangkok. More than 30 of the protesters and anti-government leaders, who are took part in the pro-democracy protests, are facing the lese majeste charges under section 112 of the Thai criminal code, and one of them is only 16 years old, which is the youngest in the case. The protests calls for the political and monarchy reform and the resignation of the prime minister. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Anti-government protest against the lese majeste law in Bangkok

epa08940876 Thai police arrest an anti-government protester attending a rally at the Victory Monument in Bangkok, Thailand, 16 January 2021. At least two protesters were arrested by the police on violating an emergency decree while attending a rally to write messages against the government on a fabric label that is 112 meters long during the lese majeste law protest in Bangkok. More than 30 of the protesters and anti-government leaders, who are took part in the pro-democracy protests, are facing the lese majeste charges under section 112 of the Thai criminal code, and one of them is only 16 years old, which is the youngest in the case. The protests calls for the political and monarchy reform and the resignation of the prime minister. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Anti-riot police officers on duty as anti-Thaksin rally in Bangkok

epa03813461 Anti-riot police stand guard around Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, 05 August 2013. Security was tightened in Bangkok under the Internal Security Act for the anti-Thaksin groups protest against a controversial amnesty bill for those involved in past street protests. The anti-government protesters fear the amnesty is a move by the administration of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, Thaksin's sister, to cover up who was responsible for the 2010 street violence that left 92 dead, and could pave the way for Thaksin to return to the country without serving time in prison. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

Oil spill in Gulf of Thailand reaches Samet Island

epa03807141 Thai officials clean up crude oil after it was washed ashore at a beach of Ko Samet Island, a popular tourist destination in Rayong province, Thailand, 30 July 2013. An oil spill caused by an offshore pipeline leak on 27 July has released about 50,000 liters of oil into the Gulf of Thailand, which has now reached Samet Island. Thai tourism authorities closed the beach on Ko Samet on 29 July. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

Oil spill in Gulf of Thailand reaches Samet Island

epa03808247 A dead fish on beach with crude oil stain after it was washed ashore at a beach of Ko Samet Island, a popular tourist destination in Rayong province, Thailand, 31 July 2013. An oil spill caused by an offshore pipeline leak on 27 July has released about 50,000 liters of oil into the Gulf of Thailand, which has now reached Samet Island. Thai tourism authorities closed the beach on Ko Samet on 29 July. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

Anti-government Pitak Siam demonstration

epa03484124 Thai riot police uses tear gas while clashing with anti-government Pitak Siam protesters as they were trying to march to the rally site at Makkawan bridge near the Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, 24 November 2012. A mass demonstration was planned on 24 November by the Pitak Siam (Protest Siam) movement led by retired General Boonlert Kaewprasit, who says the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is corrupt and a puppet of her brother, fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. The organizers hoped to rally more than 50,000 protesters at the Royal Plaza, near the Government House and the parliament buildings. Thai government imposed emergency measures on parts of three districts in the capital, including the old town centre and the location of many government buildings, until 30 November 2012, increasing the powers of security forces of planned anti-government protests. Thai Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yoobamrung said. EPA/STR THAILAND OUT

Lie Sang Bong - Runway - Bangkok Couture Fashion Week 2012

epa03412707 A model displays a creation by South Korean designer Lie Sang Bong at the Bangkok Couture Fashion Week 2012 in Bangkok, Thailand, 27 September 2012. Couture collections by Thai and international designers will be presented at BCFW2012 from 27 to 30 September. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

The edible insects farming for Thailand's mainstream markets

epa03831308 (10/15) Thai edible insect farmer Udom Sanart, 44, sells crickets, edible insects at a fresh market in Khonkaen province, northeast of Thailand, 08 July 2013. Insects have long been on the menu in Thailand, but academics and the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) officials are hoping they will become a more common global source of protein and nutrients to meet the need for growing world food requirements in the future. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK PLEASE REFER TO ADVISORY NOTICE (epa03831298) FOR FULL FEATURE TEXT

Thailand floods US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton visit

epa03006074 A Thai flood refugee sleeps inside the evacuation center after a visit by US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, at the Sports Science Center inside Rajamangala National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand, 17 November 2011. Clinton is on a two-day visit to Thailand, for to discuss the flood crisis and the government's rehabilitation plans. The worst flooding in five decades in Thailand has claimed over 500 lives and caused billions of dollars in damages to industrial manufacturing plants, much of it foreign-owned. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

Heavy flood situation

epa02992585 Vehicles manage to move on a flooded street near Lat Phrao intersection in Bangkok, Thailand, 04 November 2011. Thailand's central bank has urged the government to focus on boosting domestic spending while rethinking its populist policies in the wake of devastating floods that have hit the economy, has lowered its forecast for economic growth for 2011 from 4.1 per cent to 2.6 per cent in the aftermath of widespread floods that have inundated the central plains, crippling both agricultural and industrial production. Estimates of the damage done range from 3 billion to 16 billion dollars. The flooding is the worst to hit the kingdom since 1995. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

Thais celebrate Visakha Bucha day

epa03715029 Thai Buddhists with candles circle in the Buddha Monthon park to celebrate Buddha Day in Nakon Pathom Province, west of Bangkok, Thailand, 24 May 2013. Thai Buddhists across the country will mark the United Nations Day of Vesak or Visakha Bucha (Buddha Day) for the commemorates of the Birth, Enlightenment and Passing Away of the Buddha Gautama, which falls on 24 May this year. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

Thai floods worst in 16 years

An aerial view of a flooded coconut plantation

Myanmar democracy champion Aung San Suu Kyi visits refugee camp at Thai-Burma border

epa03245917 Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi (C) looks on as she talks to Myanmar (Burma) refugees as she visit at Mae La refugee camp near the Thai-Burma border in Tak province, north-western of Thailand, 02 June 2012. Aung San Suu Kyi is in Thailand which is her first trip abroad in 24 years to attend the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Bangkok and on June 02 she visit the Mae La refugee camp, holding about 46,392 Myanmar refugees, it is the largest in a string of nine official refugee camps on the Thai border with Myanmar. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

Buddhists to mark 2,600th anniversary of the enlightenment of Lord Buddha.

epa03149729 Thai Buddhist monks walk on a pedestrian crossing after an alms offering ceremony at Ratchaprasong intersection in central Bangkok, Thailand, 18 March 2012. About 22,600 Buddhist monks held a ceremony to mark 2,600th anniversary of the enlightenment of Lord Buddha. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

US - Thai Cobra Gold military exercise 2013

epa03591420 A US Marine drinks cobra blood offered by a Thai navy instructor during a demonstration on how to kill cobras during a jungle survival training course as part of the joint military exercise 'Cobra Gold 2013' at a military base in Sattahip, Chonburi province, Thailand, 20 Febuary 2013. How to survive in the jungle is a part of the multi-national joint military training exercise of Cobra Gold. The 'Cobra Gold' is a US-led annual multinational exercise and the largest of its kind in southeastern Asia. A total of 13,000 personnel from Thailand, the United States, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia and Malaysia participate in the exercise. The 'Cobra Gold 2013' is held in Thailand until 21 Febuary 2013. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK

Thailand found the first case of the coronavirus Omicron variant

epaselect epa09625416 A woman wears a protective mask during a daily life in Bangkok, Thailand, 06 December 2021. Thailand found the first case of the Sars-CoV-2 Omicron variant in the country, the Thai Ministry of Public Health said on 06 December. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK

Thailand reopens for fully vaccinated tourists

epaselect epa09557108 Foreign tourists take memorial photos as they visit the Emerald Buddha Temple during the first day of the country's reopening for foreign visitors in Bangkok, Thailand, 01 November 2021. Thailand is reopening the country to allow fully vaccinated foreign tourists from low-risk of coronavirus pandemic countries to visit the kingdom without undergoing quarantine requirements, aimed to boost the tourism industry and its economy after being devastated by the prolonged pandemic. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK
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