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The Thai government is patting itself on the back for the decision to ease entry restrictions, which officials say has boosted tourism in places like Phuket and Koh Samui. “All this is due to the government’s move to ease travel restrictions during the country’s high season between March and May.” So says government spokesman, Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana, pointing out that up to 10,000 foreign travellers are entering the country each day, albeit the days of the large tour groups are over – at least for now. “Thailand’s tourism is changing as tourists are entering the country in small groups rather than […]

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Wow, who would have thought that🙄 maybe they can even reach their target amount if,,, you know... Maybe they would just throw all those restrictions out of the window? 

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2 hours ago, DiJoDavO said:

Wow, who would have thought that🙄

Indeed.

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maybe they can even reach their target amount if,,, you know... Maybe they would just throw all those restrictions out of the window? 

1 + 1 = 2 ... Do you think they can manage that one?

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Great. Now drop Thailand pass as it should have gone on May 1 and we can see tourism isn't a problem.

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10 hours ago, Thaiger said:

“All this is due to the government’s move to ease travel restrictions during the country’s high season between March and May.”

 

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Domestic tourists for long weekend - less than 2000 a day arriving in Phuket at the moment , and this includes returning residents who finally managed to escape ......

 

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