A nationwide curfew is now in effect, for the moment, from 22.00 – 05.00 and martial law is to remain in place until further notice.This is expected to be adjusted over the next few days.
Businesses and public services are adjusting their operating hours to comply with the curfew – with the authorities calling on the public to carry on with their daily lives.
TV and radio stations have been affected with official announcements and instructions from the new authority. Other communications, including print media, the internet and both regular and mobile phones remain unaffected. We advise all clients to monitor the media for information and any updates.
Airports of Thailand (AOT) state all airports in Thailand remain open. All airport transfers operate as normal.
Clients departing or arriving during the hours of the curfew are allowed to travel and should have their passports and travel documents with them at all times. It is highly advisable to allow extra time for journeys to/from airports and other key points of transportation.
In Bangkok, the Skytrain,subway and airport rail link continue to operate daily from 06.00 until 21.00.
Our suppliers throughout Thailand inform us that they all expect to operate normally – including evening excursions, allowing for any adjustments to program timings.
Whilst protests have stopped, we continue to advise visitors to avoid any political gatherings, rallies and marches - should they occur.