The Reds midfielder, one of the greatest players to ever pull on the Liverpool shirt, arrived in Bangkok on Thursday night ahead of Sunday's match against the Thailand national team.
After a light training session on Friday morning, the captain travelled with manager Brendan Rodgers and LFC managing director Ian Ayre to visit Siriraj Hospital, where His Majesty the King and Her Majesty the Queen now reside.
The trio presented gifts on behalf of the club - including a special book with messages written by the players - and laid flowers beneath a portrait of the King.
Rodgers then personally wrote 'Long Live The King' on an LFC shirt with 'Bangkok 2013' printed on the back, before all three signed it.
More than 5,000 fans turned up to catch a glimpse of Gerrard paying his respects on what was one of the most unforgettable moments of the tour so far.
Click on the picture below to see a full gallery of photos from the visit.