Foreign ministry spokesman Manasvee Srisodapol said the Thai embassy in Cairo has coordinated with the Thai Students Association there and the leaders of Thai communities to instruct their members to stay at home and avoid leaving the residence for a while.
As of now, all Thais remain safe and none has asked to return to Thailand, said the spokesman.
The Egyptian government last night declared a daily curfew in Cairo and 13 other provinces to contain nationwide violence following security operations at the protesters' camps.
it was reported that 278 persons including policemen were killed in the operations.
The Thai embassy in Cairo issued a warning statement, urging Thai nationals to strictly avoid nine locations for their safety as violence continues, particularly in these locations: Autostrad Road, Bahr Aazam Road, Giza, the El Gamaa Bridge, Giza, the 6th October Bridge, the 15th May Bridge, the Kasr el Nile Bridge, Salah Salem Road, Heliopolis, Marghani Road, Heliopolis and the 7 Omarat Square, Heliopolis.
The foreign ministry spokesman also asked Thais who plan to travel to Egypt to closely monitor the situation, while expressing hope that the Egyptian government will be able to bring back the situation to normal situation as soon as possible.