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Tourism: An end to dual pricing? Tourism minister talks of stimulus measures

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22 minutes ago, neeray said:

The OP is a step in the right direction (a little one). It's never nice to see someone grovel but Thailand's time has come. I hope it's not too late.

Many of us hope it IS too late. 

 

And, it's lovely to see them grovelling.

 

Thailand has earned any bad fortune in its foreign tourism sector.

 

What other countries' ministries need to constantly tell its citizens things like:

1. "No more taking advantage of tourists"

2. "No more dual pricing and over charging of tourists"

3. "Our police love all tourists -- Thai and even foreign tourists"

 

Come on. Why would any foreigner feel sorry for these people? It's crazy.

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1 hour ago, Yinn said:

Not everyone. I not piss off. 

So, you like dual pricing?

 

I have an igloo for sale in the north pole. I'll even throw in the refrigerator for free. 

 

How 'bout it?

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3 minutes ago, Cadbury said:

The Tourism minister has already talked of stimulating inbound western tourism from Europe. 

He is the one who came up with bright ideas of massage and ganja to draw them in. 

Now he thinks that electronic gaming sports might be the answer.

Dual pricing is firmly entrenched and those who benefit are not going to give it up.

Casinos is the only way to bring in more tourists. But with casinos comes corruption and crime and bad people, however there shouldn't be any noticeable difference to what there is now. 

I think the VERY BEST way to get more tourists here is for the government to forget its Victorian false pride and to sell Thailand on its strengths.

 

1. Encourage more and prettier Thai girls into the massage I mean salon and beauty I mean sex trade.

2. Advertise these prettier, younger Thai girls everywhere they currently advertise the current tourism ads.

 

This is the country's only real tourism value.

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Pipat sounds like an astute guy. Alas, such visionaries are rare and generally ignored. Too bad.

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2 hours ago, Happy Grumpy said:

Will happen just after Thailand agrees to become a province of Cambodia. 

LOL. Unlikely that will happen since Cambodia is already becoming a province of China.

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