Chatchat runs along ‘Saen Saep’ to visit a water pumping station. Before joining international yoga

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Chatchat runs along ‘Saen Saep’ to visit a water pumping station. Before joining international yoga

On June 19 at around 5:45 a.m., Mr. Chatchart Sitthiphan, Governor of Bangkok, broadcast live via Facebook while jogging in the morning in Thonglor area. Heading to Srinakharinwirot University (SWU) Prasarnmit to join the International Yoga Day event organized by the Embassy of India. in Thailand, with ‘Golf’, the PR department and the PTT CSR team participating in the run.

On the way, Mr. Chatchat said The most foreign tourists entering Thailand at the moment are India. Thai and Indian people have cultural and trade relations.

Mr. Chatchart also recounted the conversation with the staff of the Asoke hotel when he went to teach yesterday, with the information that The room is fully booked. Tourists have returned, mainly India, followed by Malaysia. The United States is ranked fifth.

Then mention today’s event, which will be in the Klong Toey community area.

Later, Mr. Chatchat ran to the area along the Saen Saep canal, saying it smelled, but not that bad. In addition, stated that Yesterday, Khlong Bang Mot had an activity to paint the walkway along the canal. But he did not go because he was addicted to another event in the afternoon. The advantages of the way along the canal are no green light red light but under the bridge

The Bangkok governor told about the Saen Saeb canal. long to Minburi and talks about the Ban Don mosque community of Muslim brothers and sisters, including a visit to ‘Plai Klong Phrom Sri 2 Pumping Station at Khlong Saen Saep’, explaining the working system. In addition, the importance of the canal, which is like capillaries, helps to drain water.

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Subsequently, Mr. Chatchat arrived at SWU attended the International Yoga Fair. which is scheduled on June 21 of every year

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