To pay respects to The Late King participate in the following events or ceremonies with the mourners……
Join the choir
Saturday, October 22 from 1 – 5 pm, Sanam Luang will hold a singing performance by Siam Philharmonic Orchestra and a 100 member choir singing the National Anthem of Thailand.
The participants can invited to join and are asked to wear black attire.
See the Painting of the King
Check out the beautiful paintings made by the Art students of Silapakorn university students who have dedicated the wall to unbeleivable 9 paintings of the King that shows his love for music, sports and photography.
A 46 year old Aussie man is walking from Koh Samui to Bangkok to pay homage to The Late King.
Visit Grand Palace to pay respect
Public would be able to pay respect to The Late King at the Grand Palace after the royal ceremonies and Buddhist funeral ceremonies.
Become a trash hero and volunteer at Phra Kaew to clean the trash of people coming to pay respects to The Late King. If you can’t make it to Wat Phra Kaew then volunteer and help people at your own convenience. Some taxi drivers are giving free rides to people going to the Grand Palace to pay respect and some are giving discounted price for Hotels in Khaosan.