Anti-government protesters have been ratcheting up their rallies in recent days. It’s a fluid situation: Demonstrators often move to various locations in the city throughout the day.
It can be hard, especially for those not familiar with the geography of the Thai capital, to visualize where these events are occurring. Here are a few maps that should help.
To date, most of the rallies have been happening near Bangkok’s downtown/old city area, with some also taking place near various lower Sukhumvit Road intersections. Of course, that could change at any time.
This map comes via a BBC story yesterday.
View Protest Areas in Bangkok in November 2013 in a larger map
For updates as the situation develops, check out previous post about how to follow the protest news.
And if you have any maps to share, please let me know on Twitter.
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