Birthday Of The King Celebrated In Thailand

Every province is rejoicing in celebration of the king’s birthday. There are a number of special events as well as ceremonies for making merit that attracted the tourists to Chann Bangkok Noi and the local residents of the country. The people of Thailand are having fun as they celebrated the birthday of King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, His Majesty.

It was only on Friday that the King was able to celebrate his 65th year on this planet.

Prayut Chan-o-cha, the prime minister, was the one who spearheaded the alms giving along with government officials and their spouses and the cabinet members. All in all, they have given to 651 monks that are found at the Royal Plaza.

A number of government agencies in the country are also holding similar types of ceremonies as well as district office and provincial halls. The residents and the officials are all present during the special day of the king. There were about 65 to over 100 monks that were given the chance to offer alms instead of asking about taro.

There are a number of spots in Bangkok where the people will be able to give respects to the king and one of them is the Nakhon Ratchasima. Meanwhile at the city centre of the Thai Suranaree Plaza, there were a gathering of 3,000 residents that are offering alms to 165 different monks. Yala which is a province located in the southern part of Bangkok was able to hold a minimum of 500 students that joined the celebrations held at the provincial hall.

The province of Chiang Mai’s officials were able to donate blood at the local hospitals in order to make the day more special. The province of Phangnga and surrounding provinces’ were able to send their well-wishes but the fish left out to the water and the planted trees that were dedicated to the King.

All over the country, including tourists staying at the Chann Bangkok Noi, will be able to see the commemorative stamp as it were embossed with a foil made of gold and they can be purchased as well by those who are into collecting stamps.

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