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Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Stay away from Bangkok for a while

Because of the fresh violence erupted overnight in Bangkok among PAD and the government supporters, and the declaration of the state of emergency in Bangkok, I think it is better to stay away from Bangkok right now. I am away from Bangkok in a small town, and have not plan yet to go to Bangkok for a while so I will be safe. It is also better to check with the airlines to make sure that the airport will not be shut down, as the unions are planning to shut down all the electricity, water supply, telecommunication and transportation including airports.

Keep up to date with latest development in Bangkok at Bangkok post website.

1 comment:

Find Bangkok Hotels said...

From my experience of Bangkok trip. I think that looking for accommodation around Sukhumvit are is the good idea because Sukhunvit is in the heart of the shopping district, both in terms of large department stores and the various stalls lining both sides of the road. The various side-streets provide a proliferation of nightlife venues. For the renowned and well-known spots, you will need to walk onwards past the Asok crossroads to Sukhumvit Soi 21 or Soi Cowboy. This area also offers a wide selection of cuisine to choose from, both in terms of air-conditioned high-end restaurants and open air restaurants offering quite reasonable prices.

 

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