Twenty-three countries have issued special travel advice urging citizens visiting Thailand to be cautious, but protest leaders insist their actions will not damage tourism and are offering to explain their cause to international observers.
Anti-government protesters take control of Ratchadamnoen Avenue, an area many countries suggested their citizens to avoid. (Photo by Thanarak Khoonton)
The Foreign Ministry on Tuesday unveiled a survey of 68 countries, of which 23 are warning travellers about political protests in Thailand.
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