Thai King Coronation Ceremonies
The Royal Household Bureau announced since January the three-day coronation ceremony of His Majesty King MahaVajiralongkorn. The main ceremonies will take place from May 4-6. The coronation is scheduled for May 4, when the King will make a public appearance before a gathering of the Royal Family, privy councilors, Cabinet members and senior public officials who will offer their good wishes, according to the announcement.
On the following day, a ceremony is scheduled to bestow the royal name on the newly crowned King, in line with the traditions governing the monarchy. On the same day, certain members of the Royal Family will be bestowed new titles to reflect their relationship with King Rama X. The royal parade will take place on this day and will lead to the closure of 34 roads from midnight onward.
On May 6, the King will hold a grand audience with members of the public and foreign diplomats in the Grand Palace.