For tourists who are not indifferent to the culture of Thailand and educational excursions, the Thai authorities made a chic New Year's gift. The Department of Fine Arts of Thailand opened all the national museums and historical sites of the kingdom for free. True, just before the New Year – from December 30, 2022 to January 2, 2023. He also recommended the most interesting things for tourists in the Thai press.
So, in the Chao Sam Phraya National Museum in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, tourists are waiting for a new exhibition, which presents historical gold jewelry from the ancient Ayutthaya period (1351–1767). The National Museum of Bangkok will display “the highly revered Buddha image of Phra Phutta Sihing, the second most important after the Emerald Buddha”, which was brought to Bangkok from Chiang Mai in 1795 by Viceroy Maha Sura Singhanat, brother of King Rama I.
Also in the period from December 30 to January 2 at the National Museum from 16:00 to 20:00, the Night at the Museum events will be held. It may be interesting for tourists that they will include culinary demonstrations from world famous chefs.
Another completely free attraction awaits tourists in the resort of Pattaya – this is a fireworks show. “Which was canceled and then allowed again,” according to local media. They also warn tourists that the celebration of the New Year on the popular Bangkok Khaosan Road will be reduced – the celebration will continue, but will not drag on until the morning.
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