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Nakhon Pathom province has organized a flower fair in order to encourage its local orchid industry. The fair features various species of orchids for purchase, as well as orchid competitions, along with exhibitions of creative gardening and orchid growing knowledge. The event is now taking place at Wat Rai Khing on 26 December 2016 - 1 January 2017. (27/12/2016)
The Marine Department has set the Water Security Plan and Facilitation Center at Tha Chang Pier, Sathorn Pier, and in provincial areas to ensure travelers' safety from 29 December to 4 January 2017. They expect that the number of travelers will reach the peak in the New Year period. (27/12/2016)
The Royal Thai Police invite the public to participate in its home care program, which is the police service to watch homes for registered holidaymakers during the New Year period. The service is available nationwide, and people can view surveillance cameras via a Line application. Citizens can contact police for assistance under the program 24 hours a day. (27/12/2016)
Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorns medical unit, jointly with other agencies, is organizing an activity Saeng Song Thai Duay Jai Rak to give out eye glasses to 50,000 people aged over 60 years old. From 27 to 30 December 2016, the elderly persons who come to pay final respects to the late King will be provided with eye glasses at the medical unit located at the northern part of Sanam Luang. On 27 December, the service is available at 14.00-17.00 hr, and on 28-30 December, at 09.00-17.00 hr. (27/12/2016)
On 26 December 2016, the Pyre Marking Ceremony was held at Sanam Luang ceremonial site. The ceremony, carried out in accordance with ancient tradition, was presided over by Deputy Prime Minister General Tanasak Patimapragorn. There were nine ceremonial pins or stakes made of phayoong and thong lang wood, all of which underwent sacred rituals at Wat Suthattepwararam. (27/12/2016)
Yala's students and freelance artists are spending their free time painting Dum Bridge Tunnel to pay tribute to His Majesty the late King Bhumibol and to color up the city in the "Silpa Srang Muang" campaign (Art Builds the City). This campaign has been running for three weeks and expects to finish in January 2017. (26/12/2016)
Lt. Gen. Sansern Kaewkamnerd, Government Spokesperson, revealed Governments guidance that New Year activities and events should be conducted in 3 formats: 1) religious activities that people of all religions can join to express solidarity; 2) activities for public benefits and a good course, e.g., cleaning of public spaces, donations, social works, etc.; and 3) activities in remembrance of His Majesty late King Bhumibol, and those that glorify His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun. Moreover, New Year activities, traditions, as well as other forms of entertaining events and parties can be held to encourage the whole nation to steadily move forward. cr: http://www.thaigov.go.th (26/12/2016)
On the occasion of the 12th anniversary of the tsunami disaster that occurred on 26 December 2004, the Ministry of Culture, in cooperation with Phang Nga province, announced that it will construct a tsunami museum in Takua Pa district as a disaster learning center for the public, and it will bring increasing income to the local community. Construction will begin in January 2017, and it is expected to take around two years to be completed. (26/12/2016)
The Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Association joined hands with the Royal Thai Navy, the Tourism Authority of Thailand, the private sector, and seaside communities to introduce two new tourism routes for sailing and yachting in the eastern region, where the industry's total worth is over 21 billion baht each year. The goal is to attract more quality tourists to the country. (26/12/2016)
The general public is invited to visit the exhibition The Supreme Artist. They will have an opportunity to view H.M. the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej s paintings, and more than 100 paintings by three national and professional artists. The exhibition will run from now until 27 January 2017 at Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center. (25/12/2016)
To honor His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej and the previous kings of the Chakri Dynasty, the Bureau of the Royal Household has organized an exhibition. The mourners who come to the Grand Palace to pay their respects to the late King Bhumibol, as well as other visitors, are invited to visit at no charge. The exhibition runs every day from 09.00 to 15.00 hr., at the Office of Royal Household, the Grand Palace. The content of the exhibition is about royal rites and activities and royal films, about 30 minutes long, which were recorded by King Bhumibol. (25/12/2016)
The Government, through the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, will use His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadejs philosophies to practice and take care of Thai people to enable sustainable development in the long run under many programs, such as home development for low-income people, development of standard of life for children, disability allowance, and services for an older society. (25/12/2016)
In the report of OTOP City 2016 on the theme New Year Wisdom Gift under the Shade of His Majesty the Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, from 18 to 26 December 2016, it is considered successful. In the first two days after the grand opening, there have been more than 50,000 visitors to this event. The sales figure thus far is more than 103 million baht. OTOP producers and entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to learn more, develop their products, create more jobs, and increase incomes in their community, which means that the countrys economy will move forward, as well. (25/12/2016)
Pathum Thani province has initiated the "Pathum Thani Model" to allocate 48,000 square meters of land for residents from waterfront communities. The program will relocate 1,433 households from 16 waterfront communities in Tha Khlong and Khlong Luang districts that have encroached upon public land and provide a more stable living condition for the residents. (23/12/2016)
The Samut Songkhram Provincial Public Health Office warns the public in its province to beware of rove beetles, which usually spread out during the end of the rainy season. This bug releases pederin, a vesicant toxic amide that caused irritation when it touches the skin. They advise those who have been touched by this bug to blow it away without touching it instead of swiping or pinching it. (23/12/2016)
A total of 1,461 pieces of processed sandalwood will be used to create the royal urn for the cremation ceremony of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The Fine Arts Department has decided to follow the format of the royal urn of His Majesty King Ananda Mahidol, and use it as the guideline. When the model is formed, it will be reconsidered by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. (23/12/2016)
In accordance with the Governments systematic and sustainable Herbal City Development policy, the Ministry of Health launched the program Surat Thani Herbal City. As part of the model scheme of the Herbal Development Plan of Ministry of Health, the ministry plans to develop sustainable health and economy in 2017-2021. Herbal materials and products will be exported, which will create more domestic value. It is estimated that the country will be ready to move forward to Thailand 4.0 by 2021. (23/12/2016)
Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha presided over the opening ceremony of the ministerial meeting of East Asian nations on family and gender equality on 22 December 2016. The Premier stated that it is Thailands intention to have the international community acknowledge its prioritization of the family institution and its support for gender equality. He affirmed Thailands commitment, alongside the region, to developing society and humanity by doing away with social disparity and enhancing the family unit, with His Majesty the late Kings Sufficiency Economy Philosophy. (22/12/2016)
The Chaipattana Foundation will host Chaipattana Fair: Products of Development in commemoration of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The fair will feature the late Kings duties through the Chaipattana Foundation, which was set up more than 30 years ago to help relieve the hardships of the people. The fair will run from 28 to 30 December 2016 (9:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m.) at Chaipattana Vocational Park, Nakhon Pathom province. (22/12/2016)
Bike Volunteers for Dad, under Volunteers for Dad, a joint cooperation between the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and Thammasat University, will organize additional training courses for bike volunteers around Sanam Luang on 24-25 December 2016 (9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.) The course, to take place at Thammasat University, will be coached by bike volunteers from the Ayutthaya Provincial Police Division. The trained volunteers will then join bike volunteers from the Ministry of Culture and Chana Songkhram Police Station in daily patrols. (22/12/2016)

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