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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

TAT keen for more regional, Indian visitors

T.A.T is keen for any visitors, they're getting desperate as the baht strength kicks in.

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lol

Next year figures be even worse, trade war will move forward start of 2020 and thailand political issues likely worsen through the year and if nothing done on baht value then they going see some real issues even fake statistics and indians won't cover lol .

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They lure everybody but Westerners. Game over, unwanted breed.

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Anytime now, the raving and ranting will start. "Oh, more Indians/ Chinese/ whatever", why not more Westerners, blah blah blah

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18 minutes ago, captpkapoor said:

Anytime now, the raving and ranting will start. "Oh, more Indians/ Chinese/ whatever", why not more Westerners, blah blah blah

And what would be wrong about that?

Chinese (groups) don't bring in any money and private wealthy families and couples are far an in between!

The Indians are known on Patpong for sharing a beer (or even better: a coke) with 2 or 3 guys and the same goes for the girls, who are shared as well!

So no big money there, either!

How many good paying tourists they expect from Laos?

 

So ...yes...do something to get the Westerners back!

They spend cash in local restaurants bars and shops!

But I guess, that ship has long sailed!

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Why ? They do not spend any money.   1 coke 6 straws please

The affluent Indians have & will still come & they are the ones you should be looking after.

Similar with the Chinese. Stop talking numbers & start talking Baht.

I see OYO just taken over the old Crown Hotel. More Baht being repatriated to China

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Isn't Bangkok Airways quite expensive? More like the "HiSo Koh Samui"-Airline. I think for example from Laos or Cambodia most would fly on AirAsia, Nok or Thai Smile. LoCost flights are cheaper than BA around 800Baht, return-flight probably 1600. That money you can spend wherever you want, no need for a Voucher and being "lured"....

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By the way and not to be a party-pooper: BA is British Airways! Bangkok Airways is PG!

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I think they mean pollution season.  Thailand is in decline due to ignorance 

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Personally, when the Chinese and Indians started arriving it ruined Thailand forever for me. That and the awful pollution. My ex gf and a few friends want me to come back, my gf bought an second hand Everest and said it was mine when I come back., I think about it and remember the awful Chinese tourist, pollution, what a horrible place to visit.  The could offer me 1,000,000 baht and I would pass. Let the Chinese and Indians have it.

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On 10/2/2019 at 5:48 PM, Justgrazing said:

I see we are back to luring again .. 

What happened to attract or invite .. 

Lure, can mean, to trick or deceive, so quite an appropriate word to use me thinks. 

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On 10/2/2019 at 5:24 PM, bluesofa said:

Is it only TAT who try to call something a different name to what is, to try and put a spin on it?

I can't help thinking those who know no better might be disappointed.

What about the 'other' season?  The brown season?

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