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1 hour ago, White Christmas13 said:

3000-4000 baht per night? I use Booking.com and I pay 5200 for 8 days,and yes it is not near

the beach,but it has a beautiful swimming pool,bar and restaurant.

Don't believe me?

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4 minutes ago, White Christmas13 said:

just one picture I don't want to name the hotel.

 

 

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Where are the half-naked ladies slumbering by the pool sipping pina coladas?  😊   Seriously, it looks very nice...hope you enjoyed your stay...

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1 hour ago, bkk6060 said:

I disagree some empty hotels and restaurants at one location do not translate to your prognosis.

A "financial crisis"  ( I suggest you research the definition) is not beginning nor going to happen.

 

There has been a shift from Western-tourist-frequented hotels and restaurants to other venues in recent years, thanks to different tourists (nationalities/groups). As for the total, it's hard to say, whether there is a decline, or not.

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1 hour ago, bkk6060 said:

I disagree some empty hotels and restaurants at one location do not translate to your prognosis.

A "financial crisis"  ( I suggest you research the definition) is not beginning nor going to happen.

 

This was not my quote

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21 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

Western tourism In Thailand has declined to a negligible number of tourists with real money to spend.

Yup, just a negligible 4.9m westerners or so.....

 

Although Britain is 13,000 down from it's peak. Woe is Thailand at the lack of fighting beer boys from Bolton.

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