More tourists in Thailand have complained their holiday plans to Thailand were being disrupted by the King’s death after nightlife was banned for one month.
October is the beginning of the country’s high season with up to three million tourists arriving in a single month and many headed to the bars and notorious red light districts in looking for fun and party.
But the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej at the age of 88 sparked a national period of mourning with foreigners urged to swap their bikinis and shorts for ‘muted, subdued clothing’ to avoid offending locals.
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