Russell Crowe bids Bangkok goodbye after much-praised tweets

Hollywood movie star Russell Crowe has been inflicting a sensation among Thai social media, first visiting and praising the Phuket Sandbox, and later travelling around Bangkok. Now his much-celebrated trip is coming to an finish as he posts a goodbye message to Bangkok on Twitter.
Crowe first received consideration as he arrived in Phuket on September 18 to do his Sandbox arrival quarantine period on the island, and posted constructive tweets supporting Thailand’s reopening scheme. The praise won the support of Thai fans, but additionally authorities figures, with PM Prayut Chan-o-cha commenting to thank him for his go to and type phrases.
Later a meeting was referred to as at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Bangkok with Culture Minister Ittipol Khunpluem and Australian Ambassador to Thailand Allan McKinnon the place Russell Crowe was given flowers and gifts. He thanked them and praised Thailand for its pure beauty and delicious meals.
He made a remark about a lack of English signs at tourist locations that he later took to Twitter to make clear.
“A slight correction. I requested for indicators in English in places that weren’t the apparent or customary tourist spots. I additionally should have mentioned the historical plaques in English, I’m thinking about issues like that. What bridges celebrate, who’s the statue?”
 
Crowe also received attention for posting a pic he tagged “Bangkok Dreaming” that showed Thailand’s ubiquitous cables filling the sky, which prompted Thai individuals to touch upon the countries poorly maintained wiring, and the Metropolitan Electric Authority to clap back and clarify that the wires pictured were not theirs.
Now it appears his time in Thailand is over, having come to the nation to film a Vietnam War movie called “The Greatest Beer Run Ever”. In his latest tweet, accompanied by photographs of a motorbike journey Crowe took via the Phasi Charoen district of Bangkok, he posted his farewell.
“Goodbye Bangkok. Stay Improved and busy and exquisite.”

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