I went to see the facility used for the cremation of the former King Bhumibol because it was open to the public until the end of 2017.
It is a Thai-style building that spent 1.7 billion yen over a year. I have to see it! !! !!
I went to the night because the illumination at night was wonderful.
I will wait in the waiting space until it is my turn to enter, whether the number of visitors is limited to some extent.
A beautiful building at the entrance that I finally entered … Exciting.
Kita —! This is really beautiful, too beautiful.
Is this really a waste? … It’s just “mottainai”.
Each building has a meaning and looks like it is protecting the king.
The royal palace seen from the square is also deeply moving.
The tools used to construct the facility and the building displaying the materials of the former king are also substantial.
It was a rare time when I was in Thailand and felt that it was good to see it.