They were largely taken over by lines, food stalls, security due to the period of mourning for the late King.
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Due to the passing of the Thai people's beloved King, in 2016, this garden, opposite the Grand Palace, is now closed. It is currently being used as a recption area for Thai people to gather before attending a memorial service at the Grand Palace and...More
This is the sadest moment of the nation. We have just lost our most beloved King and father of the nation. This is the time our nation is united to pay tribute to him from the deepest of our heart. If anyone visit Bankok and...More
its a beautiful place and many sights are there. grand palace, temple of the emerald buddha national museum. but right now i november there are hug crowds of mourning thais because their beloved kings has died 13 of october. they allow people to farewell the...More
My respects to their beloved King who recently passed away. Even though the country is in mourning for at least 30days if not for an entire year, this park is a beautiful one to visit. Nature has its way of putting colour to otherwise, currently,...More
Beautiful Setting. Well organized and conducted by polite helpful soldiers and police. Senior Military Officers guiding the final steps were very humble and polite.
Sanam Luang (In Thai: สนามหลวง) is a multi-purpose, leisure park at the heart of Bangkok, located in the north of The Grand Palace near Chao Phraya River. It has also been at the centre of royal ceremony since Bangkok was founded. For examples: for the...More
Sanaa Luang used to be the venue of the Week-end Market of Bangkok. The place was packed on the weekend with all the stalls. The market was moved to the present JJ Market on the land that belong to the Railway Authority. Now Sanan Luang...More
This place reminded me of our "Mall" in my city, a big, wide open space between our Capitol Building and Lincoln Memorial. It is generally used as venue for big public events. My understanding is that Sanam Luang serves the same purpose. When I first...More