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The industry is one of the few bright spots in an economy that has slumped since the army ousted a democratically elected government in 2014. In a statement late Friday, the Tourism Authority of Thailand confirmed that tourist attractions will remain open with the exception of Bangkok's gold-gilded Grand Palace, because it "will be the venue of the royal funeral rites." Bhumibol's body was transported by royal procession to the palace's Temple of the Emerald Buddha, or Wat Phra Kaew, on Friday as thousands of people lined the roads. Widely seen here as a unifying figure and the father of the nation, Bhumibol served as monarch for 70 years so long that most Thais have known no other. สมเด็จนางพญา สามเสน The subdued atmosphere that has engulfed the country since his death is unmistakable, visible in the black or white dress worn by millions of Thais in a massive show of mourning that has been displayed even on mannequins in luxury shopping malls. In Bangkok, the neon-lit dinner cruise ships that ply the majestic Chao Phraya River every night have turned off their booming music. Even some of the capital's most prominent red-light districts have shut down. Nana Plaza, a three-story complex of go-go bars filled with scantily-clad women announced it was closing temporarily to "pay respect and mourn the passing of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great." "It doesn't bother me," said Australian tourist Darren Turner, who was standing outside the all-dark plaza. "This is a man who stood on the throne unopposed for 70 years. He did a lot for his country and his people, and it's good to show a mark of respect for his passing." The neon lights of another red-light district nearby, Soi Cowboy, abruptly switched off Friday night after police and soldiers paid a visit and asked bar managers to close to show respect of the king. Hours after Bhumibol's death on Thursday, Richard Barrow, a Bangkok-based travel blogger, tweeted that many tourists were "asking if they should cancel their holiday." His is advice: you should not. No foreign government has suggested its nationals to cancel trip plans, but several have issued advisories.
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