When you get off a train, there would normally have a gap between the train and the platform. Despite the gap, some trains stop at an unparalleled degree (different height level) to a platform edge. This gap makes it quite uncomfortable and unsafe, but ordinary passengers can still go through it. However, the case is not true for wheelchair users in particular of those having severe disabilities or having a power wheelchair with substantial weight. This hindrance is too risky and they cannot go through it by themselves.Read More »
The last time I took a photo of it was about two months ago. There was one step at the entrance which was completely inaccessible for wheelchair user and very risky for ordinary customers to slip on it. I’m a regular of this branch since I usually have a business meeting there. And I used to inform the staff many times regarding this growing concern. Recently I went there as usual and found this problem was fully disappeared. They redesigned a step to become a seamless slope. It’s a simple gentrification with ease of use and cost-effectiveness. I no longer …Read More »
11 Aug 2017 MBKHave a good chance to visit here at MBK shopping mall for dealing with its priority parking. According to the topic, I met with a MBK’s Security Division Manager to highlight the issues in order to make it right as fast as possible. Since MBK is one of the most well-known shopping malls in very city center, I think it is necessary for them to correct these important works as soon and proper as possible. They could be a good role model and gain real positive image. Due to the information on hand, MBK got all the …Read More »
00:02:00 My today working report 00:08:13 National Stadium BTS station & platform lift survey and story. 00:21:14 Pa-tum-wan the new skywalk, it was built with ‘for everyone concept?’ A quick survey P1, found that some exist we got step down to the road. (Speaking language:Thai, Closed caption:None) Link: https://www.facebook.com/AccessibilityIsFreedom/videos/1565482433474396/Read More »
The secret walk wayFrom the bad news, inspired me to do this video. Everyone got choices on their own wished, but not for PWDs. We got no right to get access to the basic facilities easily, and we have no even right to be ..fear ..of anything. Check out the ‘Face on, the secret walk way… (Video with English closed caption)’Read More »
Brand New Seacon Square Sri-na-ka-rin after the renovation, Fully Accessible Facilities, the best priority car parking & excellent service
Seacon Square Sri-na-ka-rin During the past two years, Seacon Square, Sri-na-ka-rin has been significantly improving its priority parking as well as accommodation facilities. After hearing that it’s fully reopened in service, I set myself to take a tour there… . . The new improved list. New Parking Building: providing 2,500 capability Disable Parking: located right next to the entrance of each floor. Its standard was so good as always. Disable Parking Capability: as I observed, there were 5 lots only on the first floor, and 2 lots for each remaining floor. Mall entrance: designed to serve for both stair and slope. …Read More »
JAS Urban SrinakarinA new fabulous community mall in Srinakarin area has been completed and now opened for full service. This place is very close to my home as I drove by almost everyday. It’s such an impressive feeling that I saw its progress from the ground years ago until fully finished. So I managed my time to have a look. After exploring the overall of the mall, I had to delivery my compliment to its management team as its accessibility was systemically in top-notch level. Let’s take a look on the following;Read More »
The Emporium Shopping Mall, there is no ramp at the front entrance. The Accessibility is not only for someone but for everyone and for your own country.
From my previous post. At the Emporium shopping mall, we can’t even go in and out to the front of the entrance of the store. As the wheelchair user we’ve to find the way out from the back using the car parking exit. The rights is real?, check out on this clip.Read More »
Most of department store haven’t done a good job for he basic facilities for the disabled, how this have been done?
Currently in Thailand has new small department store popup like a mushroom. Beautiful designed seem to be nice to visit. During Songkran festival holiday, me and my girl friend visit one department store for coffee and dessert. Since I passed by this department store everyday, let’s give them a try. “The Int Department” that locate before the Bhumibol 1 bridge. First time visit the place, I took a chance to exploring the place. I would say I was disappointed, there are almost no facilities at all for the disabilities. – There are no toilets for the disabled. – There …Read More »
I’ve known Alex since I was doing a big bang on the accessibility issues. We were been keep touching each other since then… Alex had an accident and got spinal cord injured at the higher level than me. His arms are not strong as I am but he still races his wheelchair faster than me. He lives in Koa Samui and has just married with lovey Thai girl and they come to Bangkok for visa. This round we can finally have a good time to meet. I picked up the department store that I hope the accessibilities will be alright …Read More »