The general election will take place in Thailand tomorrow, February 2, and throughout the country there are a total of 93,305 polling stations with 6,671 of these sites spread across Bangkok.
Polling stations are only open from 8am – 3pm and are usually located in schools and local area offices and buildings.
Below is a link to a map showing where the voting stations are located throughout Bangkok – the map may be incomplete but it is a good starting point for those who want to see where voting is taking place plus I suspect it will be updated as the day goes on.
It is recommended that you avoid these areas as tensions will be running high and the potential for outbursts of violence is extremely high.
Stickboy BKK will be staying home tonight and tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. Stock up on supplies and kick back and relax for a day or two. It won’t do you any harm. Stay safe people.
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