Police watched helplessly as hundreds of protesters stormed into the Government House on Tuesday.
Some protesters climbed over the side gates to enter the Government House while some others used bolt cutters to break the chains tied at the gates at 1.50pm.
Police who was deployed at the Government House watched helplessly as the unarmed protesters moved into the compound.
The protesters stopped once they entered the compound at Government House and sat on the lawns. They were seen waving flags and banners. They showed no attempts to enter the buildings.
Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej and his cabinet members had moved their meeting venue to the Supreme Command headquarter on Chang Wattana Road.
It was the first time that a large of protesters managed to get onto the Government House grounds.
PAD's co-leader Chamlong Srimuang who led the protest on the Government House said, "We just came here to take refuge from the tropical sun and use the restrooms."
The protesters however now sit on the lawns. Police blocked them far from the Government House buildings.
A leader of the protest said the protesers have no intention to break the properties of the Government House.
He said they just wanted to use the shades to avoid the heat outside.