By The Nation
Following the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on the economy and society, the exhibition aims to mitigate people's sufferings and encourages them to live in the new normal era.
The exhibition was categorised into community management, agriculture, environment, career, health and others.
People are required to wear face mask, show their ID card, and check-in via the ThaiChana platform before entering the exhibition venue.
The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) is offering free buses from Victory Monument, Hua Lamphong and Wongwian Yai to Sanam Luang from 9am to 7pm to make it convenient for people to visit the exhibition. Buses depart every 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, the Marine Department along with companies Supatra and Krob Krua Khon Song are offering free boat rides to those who wish to cross the Chao Phraya to Sanam Luang.
• Marine Department boats transfer people between Wat Arun, Tha Chang and Wat Rakhang piers from 9am to 9pm on July 28, and from 9am to 7am from July 29 to 31.
• Supatra provides free transportation from Wang Lang Pier to Tha Chang Pier from 6pm to 9pm on July 28.
• Krob Krua Khon Song offers free boat rides from Pratunam Pier to Phan Fa Lilat Pier from 7am to 7pm on July 28.
All boats depart every 15 minutes.