"Hotel staff told me tourists are free to enjoy the beaches as usual and nobody is being asked to refrain from wearing swimwear, but there will be no parties on the beach," says travel writer Tina Hsiao, who is staying at a resort in Koh Samui. According to a palace statement, all civil servants have been ordered to wear black clothing for a year as a sign of mourning, while the public has been urged to wear the symbolic color for 30 days. How to show respect Tourists are not expected to follow suit, but, "Thais would appreciate it if they wore muted colors during the first 30 days," says Barrow. "Tourists should also act in a respectful manner, in particular if they are around Thai people. Thais have a deep love and respect for King Bhumibol and his death has hit many of them hard," he said. A number of governments have issued statements to their citizens not just telling them to be aware of any possible security implications following the King's death but to remain respectful as the nation grieves. UK, Australia, China issue advice for tourists "You should respect the feelings and sensitivities of the Thai people at this time," says the latest Thailand travel advice from the UK Government. "Access to entertainment, including restaurants, bars, and shopping areas may be restricted and you should behave respectfully when in public areas; if possible, wear sombre and respectful clothing when in public; check local media regularly and follow the advice of the local authorities." The Embassy of China issued a statement saying that the king enjoys high prestige and is loved by the Thai people, who are saddened by his death. It asked Chinese citizens in Thailand "to comply with the relevant provisions of the Thai side during funeral rituals and customs, and consciously safeguard the friendship between the two peoples." China is the largest source of visitors to Thailand, with almost 3.5 million Chinese nationals visiting between January and April of 2016.
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