Shop closures on cremation day

Shop closures on cremation day

A mourner looks at the pictures of the late King Bhumibol on display along the fence of Thammasat University Tha Prachan campus in honour of His Majesty. (Photo by Patipat Janthong)
A mourner looks at the pictures of the late King Bhumibol on display along the fence of Thammasat University Tha Prachan campus in honour of His Majesty. (Photo by Patipat Janthong)

The following shops have announced closure times on Thursday during the royal cremation ceremony.

Convenience stores

  • CP Fresh Mart closes at 3pm.
  • FamilyMart closes at 3pm.
  • Mini Big C closes from 3pm to midnight.
  • 7-Eleven closes from 2.30pm to midnight.
  • Tesco Lotus Express closes at 2pm and reopens at 6am on Friday.

Shopping centres

  • All Central stores close at 3pm, except CentralWorld and Zen, Central Plaza Rama II which remain open for mourners to attend sandalwood flower pavilions erected there.
  • Emporium opens.
  • Emquartier opens.
  • Esplanade closes at 3pm.
  • Fashion Island remains open for a sandalwood flower pavilion.
  • Isetan closes.
  • Megabangna closes at 3pm.
  • Robinson closes at 3pm, except Si Saman branch which has a sandalwood flower pavilion.
  • Siam Paragon opens.
  • Terminal 21 closes at 3pm.
  • The Mall closes at 3pm.

Mega-stores

  • Baan & Beyond closes at 2pm.
  • Big C Supercenter closes at 3pm.
  • HomeWorks closes at 2pm.
  • HomePro closes at 3pm.
  • Index Living Mall closes at 2pm.
  • IKEA closes at 3pm.
  • Makro closes at 3pm.
  • Tesco Lotus closes at 2pm.
  • Thai Watsadu closes at 2pm.

Mobile phone shops

  • Dtac closes at 3pm.
  • True Shops closes at 3pm on Thursday except for airport locations.



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