One woman has died and at least 20 other people are injured following two bombs at a tourist resort in Thailand, local media has reported.
The severity of their injuries is not yet known.
It is understood the double explosion took place after the devices were hidden in plant pots and detonated remotely using mobile phones.
The resort town Hua Hin is popular with tourists in the area.
Local media outlet ThaiPBS tweeted what appeared to be a photo showing emergency services tending to the injured in a hospital.
And reports on the web sites of the Thai Rathnewspaper and other media said the bombs were hidden in planters on a busy street with open-front bars.
The reported fatality was a female street food vendor.
It was not clear who was behind the attack, but the timing suggested it might be an effort to embarrass the military government that took power two years ago.
In another photo posted by the public broadcasting service, ambulances and police cars appeared to be stationed at the scene.
Hua Hin is about 120 miles (200km) south of Bangkok.