Bangkok Protests Special
- photos and commentary from a fluent Thai-speaking, long term expat in Bangkok
Providing updates with photos and commentary of what is happening at the protest sites in downtown Bangkok, with information specifically for those who don't live in Bangkok and who may be considering / have plans to visit soon.
29 November, 2013 Is It Safe To Visit Bangkok? 1 December, 2013 Bangkok Mass Protest Sunday 3 December, 2013 Bangkok Protesters Claim Victory 7 December, 2013 A Lull in the Storm 14 December, 2013 The Latest, A Minor Update 22 December, 2013 Bangkok Comes To A Standstill 22 December, 2013 Bangkok Comes To A Standstill Part 2 5 January, 2014 The Looming Bangkok Shutdown 13 January, 2014 The Bangkok Shutdown By Day 13 January, 2014 The Bangkok Shutdown By Night 14 January, 2014 The Bangkok Shutdown, Lumpini, Victory Monument and Asoke 15 January, 2014 The Bangkok Shutdown, Day 3 @ Asoke 15 January, 2014 The Bangkok Shutdown, Asoke Transformed 16 January, 2014 The Bangkok Shutdown, It's Getting Bigger! 17 January, 2014 The Bangkok Shutdown, The People 19 January, 2014 Bangkok Is Not Shutdown! 20 January, 2014 2014 Compared With 2010 21 January, 2014 Red or Yellow, Make Your Mind Up! 21 January, 2014 Lumpini Park Protest Site, By Night 24 January, 2014 Bangkok Shutdown: Miscellaneous Thoughts 28 January, 2014 Bangkok Shutdown: Protecting Asoke 2 February, 2014 The Bangkok Shutdown, Endless Frustrations 5 February, 2014 The Bangkok Shutdown Drags On 6 February, 2014 The Bangkok Political Situation * This article was NOT written by Stick, but by a Patpong bar boss 14 February, 2014 Fed Up With The Bangkok Shutdown 26 February, 2014 Bangkok Dangerous 5 March, 2014 The End Of The Bangkok Shutdown
Current situation in Bangkok, info for visitors
The protest sites that had crippled parts of downtown Bangkok for several weeks were dismantled over the weekend of March 1st and 2nd and now the only protest site can be found at Lumpini Park. This means that the situation, at least in terms of from the perspective of visitors, has improved. At this time most of Bangkok is safe and it is simply recommended that Lumpini Park be avoided. Everywhere else should be fine!
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