The Royal Crematorium Exhibition is said to have attracted over 200,000 visitors in the first five days that it has been open to the public since November 2.
The figure was announced by the Deputy Prime Minister Tanasak Patimapragorn following a meeting to discuss how the exhibition had been going since its public opening.
He stated that overall the situation was satisfactory with the majority of people visiting the site abiding by the rules put in place.
According to the Deputy PM since being opened to the public a total of 202,000 people had visited the site.
Guests were asked to take part in an official survey where the results showed the Royal Crematorium was people favourite part of the exhibit followed by the sculptures and then the Royal Merit Making Pavilion.
The Deputy PM said a committee would hold a further meeting to discuss the possibility of extending the exhibit past the end of November as was previously decided to be the end before it is to be dismantled.
Source: Thai PBS
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