Thailand welcomes all tourists to the kingdom, said the Tourism Authority of Thailand in an update posted on its website on October 22, 2016.
It is business as usual with respect and appropriateness, added TAT as the whole nation grieves the death of beloved His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
In addition to more than four months of free addmission in all national museums and historical parks throughout Thailand, a number of events and festivals will be going ahead as usual.
Here is the updated list of events and festivals:
|Creative Thailand||Bangkok||19-23 October 2016|
|The Phuket Cycling Race by Thanyapura||Phuket||13 November 2016|
|Loi Krathong Festival (details to be followed)||Nationwide||12-14 November 2016|
|Loi Krathong Yi Peng Festival||Chiang Mai||12-15 November 2016|
|2018 World Cup qualifier (Thailand VS Australia)||Bangkok||15 November 2016|
|Laguna Phuket Triathlon||Phuket||20 November 2016|
|Bridge of the River Kwai Festival||Kanchanaburi||25 November 2016|
|Iron Man 70.3 Thailand||Phuket||27 November 2016|
|Monkey Party||Lopburi||27 November 2016|
|Starwood Run to Give||Phuket||27 November 2016|
|King’s Jet Ski Cup||Pattaya||1-4 December 2016|
|King’s Cup Regatta||Phuket||3-10 December 2016|
|Flower Show Suan Luang Rama IX Park||Bangkok||1-12 December 2016|
|Nimmanhaemin Art and Design Promenade||Chiang Mai||16 December 2016|
|Asia Superyacht Rendezvous||Phuket||16-18 December 2016|
Meanwhile, TAT also advised visitors to check with booking and tour agents as well as monitor the local media and government announcements for updates.