The Thai government declares a 60 day state of emergency for Bangkok to cope with anti-government protest
Anti-governement protesters started the big kick-off of Bangkok Shutdown Today!
Major roads were closed and traffic was a mess. The airport, bus and trains are still working
Over 100 people are injured and one policeman was killed in anti-government protests. They want to stop new general election for Feb. 2, 2014
Bangkok overrun by big ant-governement protest. Thousands of Thai people marched in Bangkok streets against the government. The march was peaceful. Bangkok traffic was in gridlock. The trains was full because people didn’t use their cars. Protest Leaders vow to stop next Feb. 2, 2014 election
Thousands of Thai people are marching against the government for change in leadership.
Thai prime minister call for new elections
The political situation has eased and fighting stopped for now. The protest leaders say the battle is far from over
The situation in Bangkok is very dangerous! Bangkok police are fighting anti-government protesters with tear gas
rubber bullets and water cannons. The clashes are getting worse everyday. The situation is very fluid. Thailand is
still a safe country to visit but Bangkok is dangerous and can change at anytime. Don’t cancel your trip to
Thailand but instead visit other cities in Thailand. Pattaya and Phuket are very safe and have no problems
4 dead, 57 wounded in Bangkok anti-government protest. Bangkok is very
tense with police and anit-governement protesters. Bangkok police fire tear gas at protesters. If in
Bangkok avoid all protest sites and you will have no problems
A total of 29 countries have warned it’s citizens on travel to Thailand. Most countries have issued only warnings about staying away from protest sites and government agencies. You should have no problems if you stay in the tourist areas and shopping malls in Bangkok.