I plan to live-blog the event in Bangkok Saturday -- so be sure to check back for the story and photos in about 24 hours.
In the meantime, the following blogs are a good source of information about the event:
Bangkok Pundit: Investigates the rumor that foreigners who protest the torch relay will face deportation (it's exaggerated). He also has info about a panel discussion on the Olympics to be held in Bangkok.
No torch in Tibet: This Thailand blogger has a good but unofficial map of the relay route and details about how to join the torch relay demonstration.
Adam's Gekko: Has written a most amusing account of the arrival of the torch last night in Bangkok. Adam has been closely following the torch relay protests.
Information about the Bangkok torch relay:
When: 3:00 PM Saturday April 19.
Where: The relay starts at Chinese Gate in China Town and runs parallel to the river -- along Yaowarat and Charoenkrung Roads, up Charoenkrung road (which runs alongside the grounds of the Grand Palace and Sanamluang field); then past Democracy Monument on Ratchadamneon Krang Road; up Ratchadamneon Nok Road, culminating in a circle of the Royal Palace to end at King Rama IV Equestrian Monument.
Photo: from Notorch. Big hat-tip goes to BP.