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Thailand Coup: Tourists Must Abide By Curfew


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The army imposed martial law on Tuesday and today the chief of the army made a televised address to the nation announcing that it was seizing power.

It has imposed a nightly, nationwide curfew between 10pm and 5am which will apply both to locals and tourists. During this time tourists in all parts of the country must return to their accommodation before 10pm and not leave again until after 5am.


Tourists planning to fly into or out of the country after 10pm will be an exception however. As in previous coups, these travellers will be allowed to move between the airport and their hotels, according to a military spokesman. Air passengers with flights departing out of Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang International Airports are advised to set out at least four hours prior to their flight departure time.


The army has also banned gatherings of more than five people, Reuters reported.


via Thailand coup: tourists must abide by curfew – Telegraph.


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