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Message from TAT regarding the Royal Cremation for the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej

22Oct

he Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to express our deepest appreciation to all visitors to Thailand during this historic period of the Royal Cremation Ceremony for the beloved late King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

The ceremony will take place over five days from 25 to 29 October, 2017 at the Royal Crematorium at Sanam Luang ceremonial ground and related venues in Bangkok. For reasons of security and preparation, roads around Sanam Luang and the related venues will be closed to traffic starting from 23 October. For details of the five-day Royal Cremation Ceremony, please click here.

Nationwide, replicas of the Royal Crematorium have been constructed at designated venues in each province, including in Bangkok, to enable members of the public to present sandalwood flowers as a final tribute and farewell to the much-revered late King on 26 October, the Royal Cremation Day.

On this historic day, many businesses will close for either half a day or an entire day to allow their staff to take part in the Royal Cremation Ceremony or to watch the broadcast of the event. For more information, please click here.

During this time, we ask tourists and visitors for their understanding and patience should they experience any inconveniences. We assure you that the Thai people remain as warm and hospitable as ever, and visitors to the kingdom at this sensitive time will get to see the great love and reverence the people have for their beloved late King as they pay a final tribute and farewell.

Many Thais will be wearing black clothes as a sign of mourning. While this is not required of visitors, it would be very much appreciated if they were to wear respectful clothing when in public. For visitors who wish to witness the Royal Cremation Ceremony or to take part in presenting sandalwood flowers, here are recommendations regarding the dress code (source: http://kingrama9.net/).

Dress code during Royal Cremation Ceremony

We would like to thank our friends from all over the world for standing by us during this historic time.

Issued on 22 October, 2017
Tourism Authority of Thailand

Credit:https://www.tatnews.org/

Koh Tao Festival

Koh Tao Festival 18 – 19 March 2017

14Mar

KOH TAO FESTIVAL 2017
18-19 MARCH
A TRIBUTE TO THE KING THE FATHER OF THE LAND
– The festival is an exhibition of King Rama 9. It will follow the path he has led and his achievements.
– There will be music in the garden performing royal music and songs about the king as well as music composed by the King himself and also drawing activities about his many duties by Pay Seenam.
– There are many other activities such as land & underwater clean-ups, shows from Baan Koh Tao school and businesses.
– One Free Day and much more.
Location: Save Koh Tao Office (the way to Tanote / Aow Luek), Chalok Baan Kao
Facebook.com/KohTaoFestival

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See you at our new meeting point, Rabeangmai Restaurant

19Dec

Glad NEWS for our Pinnacle Koh Tao Guest!!! When you arrive Koh Tao at the ferry pier, you can check-in at our meeting point on Rabeangmai Restaurant. You will get the welcome drink, can sign the arrival card then take the shuttle bus to our resort.

If you’re looking for a room you can also make a booking at this place with special price.

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Tourists don’t have to wear black on the beach

21Nov

Black clothes are reportedly selling out all over Thailand as the late king’s loyal subjects attempt to express their grief. Tourists are also being encouraged to “dress respectfully”, in black, white or other sombre colours.

However, this is not mandatory. “Despite reports, tourists don’t have to wear black on the beach,” said Chris Lee, UK and Ireland head of marketing for the Tourism Authority of Thailand.