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Song Satit Nai Duang Jai Thai Niran Photo Exhibition

19 Dec 2016
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Thailand’s Ministry of Culture is staging a special photo exhibition to honour His Majesty King Bhumibhol Adulyadej.The Song Satit Nai Duang Jai Thai Niran (The King who stays forever in the heart of all Thai people) Photo Exhibition features 89 historic photos that were taken during the mourning period when Thai people across the nation came together to grieve for their beloved King who passed away on 13 October 2016.

National-Bangkok-Museums-Exhibition

The Ministry of Culture has selected 89 historic photos from more than 20,000 photos taken by members of the general public as well as from professional photographers from 76 provinces nationwide.

The photo exhibition is being arranged in a special zone at the Bangkok National Museum. Visitors can also see a video presentation and documentaries on various aspects of the life and works theory that H.M. the King has contributed to the development of the Kingdom of Thailand throughout his reign. There is also an exhibition on the ‘Sufficiency Economy’ which H.M. the King helped to initiate as a way of helping the Thai people enjoy happier lives and higher standards of living.

The photo exhibition is open every day from now until 21 January, 2017, from 08.30 – 20:00 Hrs. Visitors can register to get a copy of one of the nine highlighted photos for free.

Having served over 70 years on the throne, His Majesty King Bhumibhol Adulyadej was the longest-reigning monarch in the world. The dedication and hard work that he contributed to Thailand throughout his reign made him the heart and the guiding light of the nation and for this he was named the Great King of Thailand.

 

  • WHEN: 28 October 2016 – 21 January 2017 all-day
  • WHERE: National Museum Bangkok,4 Soi Na Phra That,Khwaeng Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200,Thailand
  • COST: Free
  • CONTACT: Ministry of Culture Hotline, 1765

Map of Song Satit Nai Duang Jai Thai Niran Photo Exhibition