People in the kingdom who have yet to visit the royal crematorium of the late beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej will now have a little more time to do.
So as officials have decided to extend the viewing period until December 31.
It was reported that Patcharaporn Intreyonk, the permanent secretary for the Prime Minister’s Office announced that HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn requested the extension in order to give all people across the kingdom especially those in remote areas time to view the Thai cultural works at the complex.
The exhibit was initially supposed to close to the public on November 30 after opening on November 2 during which time over 2.3 million people visited the complex.
The exhibit opens daily from 7am to 10pm.
Source : Coconuts
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