Bangkok’s Chong Nonsi canal walkway expected to be ready by Christmas

BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network) Bangkok’s Chong Nonsi canal area, which is being turned into a beautiful walkway, will be open to visitors from Dec 25, governor Aswin Kwanmuang announced on Facebook on Saturday (Oct 16).

He said the canal section running from Sathorn Road to Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra 7 still required some work, but it should be done by Christmas Day.

The walkway is expected to be completely finished by August next year, Aswin said, adding that it will also feature exercising areas and an artificial waterfall.

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