October 18, 2016 Tooktik2805

What Should Tourists do in Thailand during HM King Bhumibol Mourning Period

During the period of national mourning in Thailand, many businesses are open and operating as usual. However, some festivals and activities have been postponed or cancelled. Other events may proceed as planned, but be toned down as a show of respect. In addition, it is requested (but not required) that visitors wear respectful attire and behave appropriately.

To assist you in understanding the expectations of tourists visiting Thailand we have created the following infographic, followed by a list of statuses of attractions and events.

Thank you for your understanding and patience during the mourning period.


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What Should Tourists do in Thailand During King Bhumibol Mourning Period


Please find below a partial list of the status of attractions and events during the Mourning Period

 

BANGKOK
The Grand Palace & Temple of the Emerald Buddha
Closed through 20 October 2016

Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)
Open as usual

Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn)
Open as usual

National Museum Bangkok
Open as usual

Ratchadamnoen Boxing Stadium
Closed until further notice

Lumpini Boxing Stadium Ramindra
Closed for one month, from 14 October 2016

Muay Thai Live at Asiatique The Riverfront
Open as usual

Calypso at Asiatique The Riverfront
Open as usual (no alcohol)

 

CHIANG MAI
Loy Krathong Festival will go ahead as scheduled, but festivities will be reduced.

Walking Street on Saturday and Sunday & Night Bazaar
Open as usual

 

PATTAYA
Alcazar Cabaret
Open as usual

Tiffany’s Show
Open as usual

Loi Krathong Festival
Cancelled

 

PHUKET
Siam Niramit
Open as usual

Simon Cabaret
Open as usual

 

For more detailed information, please visit Tourism Authority of Thailand Newsroom