An Iranian man traveled from Pattaya to Bangkok with the main goal to volunteer as a translator for the people during the King’s Coronation. He helped assist many tourists and foreigners in around the area of where the King’s Coronation was taking place.
Hooman Pezeshkian from Iran works as an office employee in his normal day to day job at a construction business based in Pattaya city, Chonburi province. He was seen wearing a yellow shirt representing his respects for the Thai King along with helping as a volunteer at the Thanon Dinso road.
Many tourists were having difficulty in communicating their ways of travel around the Old Bangkok area when the King’s Coronation was taking place. Hooman helped advise and point out the right option for the tourists to have a happy trip as they planned.
Hooman also understood the regulations during the Coronation Ceremony including the dress codes. He helped tourists know the imposed rules and regulations so that they will travel without any interruptions. The tourist police helped Hooman recommend the best routes for the tourists and people to take in case of any questions on which roads were closed.
Hooman was seen volunteering with happiness and was always smiling when talking to the people. Netizens have shared pictures of Hooman working with comments that appreciate the help he has given to the tourists that may have questions when traveling in Bangkok during the Coronation Ceremony period.
Hooman stated to Khaosod that he traveled from Pattaya to Bangkok on the 4th of this month. His personal friend who is working as an officer in the Tourist Police invited him to come volunteer as a translator during the period of the King’s Coronation. He spent 1 night in Bangkok before coming to volunteer beginning from 6 am on the 5th of this month.
Hooman also stated that he personally has great respect for the Thai King. When he was invited to volunteer he agreed right away as he realizes that such an event takes place only once in a lifetime and it would be a great pleasure to join in history.
He has been living in Thailand for 3 years and loves Thailand. Before coming to volunteer Hooman had studied the history and importance of the Coronation Ceremony along with studying the correct way to pay a sign of respect so that he should teach the tourists.
FB Caption: When he was invited to volunteer he agreed right away as he realizes that such an event takes place only once in a lifetime.