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Bangkok City Night Tour 2004 launched

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has launched a city night tour scheme, called…

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has launched a city night tour scheme, called the `Bangkok City Night Tour 2004` programme, aimed at promoting the `Unseen Bangkok` tourism project.

The Permanent Secretary for the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), Khun Ying Nathanon Thavisin, presided over the opening ceremony of the programme at the Chai Prakarn Public Park here Friday night.

The programme is being held on Fridays- Sundays for four consecutive weeks, from 6.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

The programme is organized with an objective to promote the `Unseen Bangkok` project, and to promote historic and tourist attractions within the Ratanakosin Island among both Thai and foreign visitors so that they will become acquainted with Bangkok, the first gateway to Thailand, before travelling to other provinces of the country, she said.

Visitors can see these landmark places by boat and by land free of charge, she added.

Khun Ying Nathanon revealed that there would also be other activities, including the display of locally-made products under the government`s one tambon, one product (OTOP) scheme, during the four-week `Bangkok City Night Tour 2004` Programme.

She forecast that the programme would attract over 20,000 local and foreign visitors.

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