极速一分快三官网B极速一分快三官网aNGKOK - Thai极速一分快三官网land offi极速一分快三官网cially 极速一分快三官网ended a year of mourning for late King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Monday, marking a return to colors for some after a monotone year during which many wore black from head-to-toe out of respect for their revered monarch.
Hundreds of thousands of people thronged Bangkok's historic quarter to bid farewell last week to King Bhumibol, who died in October last year. His $90 million-dollar funeral, full of pomp and ancient ritual, took place over five days.
His remains were brought to their final resting place within Bangkok's Grand Palace on Sunday. Portraits of the bespectacled late king, who became a father figure for many during a seven-decade reign, were hung across Thailand.