Thailand's prime minister has warned his people not to travel to Burma, after three bombings in Rangoon Saturday that left at least 11 dead.
Thaksin Shinawatra said on Monday that Thais who do go to Burma should avoid sensitive areas where attacks are likely.
Sunday, Thailand sent a military transport plane to evacuate some 120 Thais who were attending a trade fair at one of the bomb sites.
Two shopping malls were also targeted in the bombings, which injured more than 160 people. Burma's military government blames three ethnic rebel groups for the blasts, but the ethnic groups have denied involvement.