"It doesn't feel like anything has changed", said Chris, who asked to not use his entire name. "It's really quiet. That's the only real difference".
Tourist sites are not protest sites
Realistically, visitors won't be frequenting the protest sites, which are concentrated in Bangkok and separate from popular tourist destinations. As CNN notes, "Tourist attractions, government offices, embassies, shops, restaurants and malls are still open, though some have adjusted their hours in line with the curfew".
Additionally, both experts and people on the ground recommended exercising caution, but mostly just using common sense.
"If you're already going, or if you're just overnighting in Bangkok, just try to minimize your nights there", said Jackson Ferguson, executive director of Asia Desk. "Use your head. And don't hang out with protesters".