Fine Arts Department announced Monday (December 16) that the public can visit national museums and historical parks under them for free, from 28 December 2019 to 1 January 2020.
Culture Ministry Director-general Prateep Pengtago said that both Thai and foreigners will be allowed entry to national museums and historical parks for free during the December 28-January 1 period. Museums nationwide will enshrine ancient Buddha images, built according to auspicious principles, for Buddhists to worship for a good start to the New Year and prayers for good fortune, according to Thai beliefs, The Nation reported.
There are 11 historical parks under the department’s responsibility
— Ayutthaya Historical Park in Ayutthaya
— Sukhothai Historical Park and Si Satchanalai Historical Park in Sukhothai
— Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park in Kamphaeng Phet
— Phanom Rung Historical Park in Buriram
— Phimai Historical Park in Korat
— Muang Singh Historical Park in Kanchanaburi
— Si Thep Historical Park in Petchabun
— Phu Phra Bat Historical Park in Udon Thani
— Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park in Petchaburi and
— Sdok Kok Thom Historical Park in Sakaeo.
Source: The Nation
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