Tags : Sanam Luang


Symbolic democracy plaque at Sanam Luang removed

The brass plaque installed at Sanam Luang on Sunday as a sign of defiance by protesters demanding reforms of the monarchy has been removed. Thai PBS news team found the spot where the plaque was embedded was covered with fresh cement. It’s still unclear when or by whom the plaque was removed. Full story: thaipbsworld.com […]Read More


People Flock to Exhibition on Royal Barge Procession

BANGKOK, Oct 26 (TNA) – People flocked to see an exhibition on the Royal Barge Procession at Bangkok’s Sanam Luang ceremonial ground. Enthusiastic viewers must display their identification cards to officials guarding entrances while assigned authorities are on hands to explain to the people before viewing the exhibition, comprising four main zones. Full story: tna.mcot.net […]Read More


The nation holds events in remembrance of the late King

A huge portrait of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej has been put on display at Sanam Luang for people to lay wreaths and to pay respect to the beloved Monarch to commemorate the second anniversary of His Majesty’s passing. An alm offering ceremony will be held at the Royal Plaza at about 6 am Saturday […]Read More


Thais visit Buddhism Promotion Week event at Sanam Luang

BANGKOK, 24th July 2018 (NNT) – Thai people are already visiting the Buddhism Promotion Week event at Sanam Luang ahead of this year’s Asanha Bucha Day and Buddhist Lent Day. After the Ministry of Culture held a ceremony to relocate Buddha’s relics from Wat Saket and the Grand Palace, for installation at Sanam Luang ceremonial […]Read More


Security beefed up at Sanam Luang royal field

Security at Sanam Luang royal field and its vicinities are beefed up following the pipe bomb explosion on Monday night in front of the National Theatre. Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB) deputy commissioner in charge of security Pol Maj Gen Panurat Lakboon said he has designated 10 local police stations around the royal field to survey […]Read More


BMA opens Sanam Luang area for public to stay overnight

BANGKOK, 16 October 2016 (NNT) – Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is designating the Sanam Luang area as open to the public to stay overnight as many has traveled from outside Bangkok and have no accommodations. The BMA’s City Law Enforcement Department Police Colonel Phichai Kriang Watthanasiri said that the BMA has opened Sanam Luang area […]Read More


One Young World Bangkok opens at Sanam Luang

The ‘One Young World Summit 2015’ officially kicked off yesterday at the Sanam Luang in front of the Temple of the Emerald Buddha with over 1,300 outstanding youths from 196 countries taking part. The world event will last up to November 21. Read more: thaipbs.or.thRead More


Bangkok to hold Car Free Day on 20th Sep

BANGKOK, 7 September 2015 (NNT) – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is holding a Car Free Day activity, as part of a campaign to promote walking and the use of other modes of transportation instead of personal cars, a BMA spokesperson says. The BMA’s Deputy Spokesperson Bensai Keeyapat, announced that the BMA and its partner […]Read More