A Thai tourist site has announced that it will close on May 31 because of tourism boycott.
The news came through a Thai Tourism Bureau statement on its website on Thursday.
A group of tour operators in the southern province of Chiang Mai have been staging an anti-government protest in front of the main government building in the capital Bangkok.
They are demanding the government release political prisoners, which has been a key demand of the protesters.
The statement from the ministry of tourism said the government will not allow any group of tourists to use the area on May 21, or to go inside the Thai capital.
The announcement comes just two days before Thailand’s government and opposition are set to meet in the northeastern city of Phuket to discuss a new constitution.