Songkran In The Silom Road to End by 8pm
The Songkran party at one of Bangkok’s most-popular spots for watery warfare must come to an end at 8pm, City Hall said yeasterday. The Silom Road party between the Sala Daeng and Nararom intersections, famous for dense crowds and an LGBT-friendly vibe, must splash its last two hours earlier than originally planned, City Hall decided at the last minute, saying time is needed to clean the road.
A lot of people may not get that message, and it’s likely the authorities will have a difficult time enforcing the edict. Silom Road will be closed to traffic for the annual aquatic bacchanal starting at noon from Thursday to Saturday.
Khaosan Road will be up for the festival until 10pm, while the fun in CentralWorld’s plaza at Ratchaprasong is scheduled to end at 9pm.
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