Grand Palace closed to public for 3 days during APEC summit

The Grand Palace will be shut to tourists for three days this week during the APEC summit.

The Bureau of the Royal Household announced today that the Grand Palace will be closed to the public from Wednesday to Friday. The venue will welcome APEC delegates and their spouses, who will be greeted by King Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida.

The announcement did not mention which countries’ leaders would be visiting the royal residence.

The popular tourist attraction will open to the public again on Saturday.

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