Meanwhile, the Swedish foreign office says it is watching the unfolding military coup in Thailand closely.
While it is not advising Swedes to cancel plans for travel, it is advising Swedish nationals in Bangkok to contact friends and family and let them know they are safe.
A foreign office spokesperson says that the relative calm in the streets of Bangkok and the lack of a threat to foreign nationals in the country is behind the caution.
Sweden’s embassy in Bangkok is advising those who intend to travel to Thailand over the next few days to keep themselves updated on developments and make sure that their contact details are known to relatives.
The Foreign Office has reported that many Swedes have contacted them since news of the military coup.
The Foreign Office is reminding the public however that its current recommendation against travel to the predominantly muslim provinces of Narathiwat, Yala, Pattani och Songkhla in troubled southern Thailand is still in effect.