Royal crematorium viewing extended to Dec 31

Royal crematorium viewing extended to Dec 31

The royal crematorium of King Bhumibol Adulyadej at Sanum Luang. (Bangkok Post file photo)
The royal crematorium of King Bhumibol Adulyadej at Sanum Luang. (Bangkok Post file photo)

Public viewing of the royal crematorium of King Bhumibol Adulyadej and the associated exhibition at Sanam Luang is being extended for one month until Dec 31.

Permanent secretary of the office of the Prime Minister Patcharaporn Intreyonk said His Majesty the King wishes the people, youths and those living in remote areas to have the opportunity to view the precious Thai cultural works and the exhibition.

Therefore, the viewing will be extended until Dec 31.

He said 2.38 million people visited the royal crematorium between Nov 2-28.  


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