After coup, would you still vacation in Thailand?

Thai army soldiers at the venue for peace talks between pro- and anti-government groups on May 22 in Bangkok following the announcement of a coup.
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Thai army soldiers at the venue for peace talks between pro- and anti-government groups on May 22 in Bangkok following the announcement of a coup.

With one of the world's most popular tourist destinations in the midst of a military coup d'etat, many holiday goers may be questioning their vacation choices.

In the last 24 hours, a number of countries, including Singapore and the U.K., have issued warnings against traveling to Thailand. Earlier this month, the U.S. State Department issued a travel alert for Thailand, cautioning that peaceful demonstrations could turn violent.

Thailand is no stranger to army takeovers. Since becoming a constitutional monarchy in 1932, there have been 19 attempted coups, with the most recent in 2006 when former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, brother of recently ousted prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, was deposed in 2006.

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