A few weeks ago we warned you that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Spain advised against traveling to Thailand due to the coup of State which took place in May.
Well, if you have not been able to cancel the reservation of your tickets or simply want to go to the Asian country despite the rebellion, it is best to take into account a series of tips to avoid problems and have a great time during your expected vacation days. Here are some useful recommendations!
Things to keep in mind
Before arriving in Thailand, you should know that there is a curfew in the whole country (from 10 at night to 5 in the morning) and that there are protests and political meetings everywhere. However, with the exception of the curfew, most of the inhabitants continue with their lives normalSo all means of transportation are operational (including airports) and restaurants, shops and tourist attractions are still open.
However, you must be cautious at certain times. Thus, we recommend that you stay away from demonstrations and political marches, including places related to the Thai government; that you leave the tourist attractions in time to avoid reaching the hotel after the curfew; that you carry your passport with you at all times; and you stay informed of everything that happens.
On the other hand, it is important that you check that your travel insurance covers the situation in Thailand. And if one of the things you were looking for in the Asian country was a party wild Until the wee hours of the morning, the best thing you can do is stay at a good resort. He thinks that prices have dropped due to the coup d'état.
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