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You Might Have to Wait a Little Longer for Your Next Visit to The Grand Palace


After posting the cheering news a week ago, The Royal Office has revised their announcement

If you’ve been wanting to tick your bucket list to visit the most iconic landmark of Bangkok, The Grand Palace, you might have to be a little bit more patient. After publishing the delightful announcement by the Royal Office a week ago, where it says that the Grand Palace will reopen starting from June 4, 2020—we regret to inform you that it might be not realized soon.

If you’ve been wanting to tick your bucket list to visit the most iconic landmark of Bangkok, The Grand Palace, you might have to be a little bit more patient

The Royal Office has posted their latest update, saying that the Grand Palace has postponed the reopening until further notice. Although the government has welcomed the third phase of easing lockdown, there might be a handful of concerns and considerations regarding the reopening of the famous tourist attraction. Until then, it might be wise to wait for the next update by the Royal Office.

For more information on the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaeo (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), please visit https://www.royaloffice.th/en/the-palaces/.