Seven tonnes of durian handed out for Labour Day in Samut Sakhon

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Thousands went to Wat Thamai in Samut Sakhon, west of Bangkok, to eat seven tons of free durian that the sanctuary had arranged as treats for specialists on Labor Day.

A 3km road turned parking lot framed outside the sanctuary, while a service was sorted out at 9am to make merit for His Majesty the late King Rama IX and for His Majesty the King Maha Vachiralongkorn.

Following the function, several durian-stripping and serving volunteers distributed the sharp products of the soil snacks to guests, some of whom arrived before the actual arranged time as 5am.

The seven tons of durian originated from Rayong and Chanthaburi plantations just as having another cluster on reserve on the off chance that it demonstrated inadequate.

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