For beer lovers who also love to run the Mikkeller Running Club is hosting its 18th Bangkok running event at Mikkeller Bangkok (26 Ekkamai 10, Yaek 2) starting at 4:30pm. The overall aim is to make people stay fit through running so they can enjoy delicious food and drinks—especially beers—even more.
Jog out to the Rama 8 Bridge during the Garmin Blue Run 2016. For each runner who crosses the finish line in time Garmin Thailand will donate B100 for Utokapat Foundation (under Royal Patronage of H.M. the King), and for those wearing Garmin products the donation will be doubled. Registration fees are B700 for the half marathon, and B500 for the mini marathon.
Check out the Bangkok Life Assurance Half Marathon 2016, which will be held on at Suan Luang Rama VIII Public Park (Arun Amarin Rd). Runners can sign up for 21.1k, 10.5k and 5k. The race will raise funds to build a park for Bangkok’s communities. Entry fees are B300 to B500.
Also on June 12th runners can give happy and beautiful smiles to kids with cleft lips and palates, during the Making Smile Changing Lives Run 2016 charity run, which starts 6am at Rama 9 National Park. Entry fee for the 10k mini marathon and 5k fun run is B500.
June 12th is also the date when the Rainbow Room Foundation and the Punky Runners, one of the coolest running groups in Bangkok, are bringing The Rainbow Run 2016 to Lumpini Park. The race goes from 5am to 8:30am, and will raise funds to support those with special needs. The registration fee is B350 (includes T-shirt and numbered bib).
Finally, June 12th is also the date for the 6k BKK Marathon Fun Run which gets underway at 6am at the Giant Swing (Bamrung Muang Rd), and takes runners past some historic sites in the old city. Entry fee is just B200, which includes a souvenir T-shirt, so register now.
The Supersports 10 Mile International Run 2016 will be held at CentralWorld (Rajdamri Rd), and features 10, 5, or 2.5 mile runs (which are 16k, 8k, and 4k, respectively). There are major cash prizes and trophies for the winners, as well as medals, shirts, and bags for all participants.