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Guideline on charges of tourist guide service approved

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Do the tourists get a stick on badge so those fleecing them of money know what to charge?

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11 hours ago, Misterwhisper said:

 

How would minimum charges prevent tourists from being exploited? Shouldn't the ministry specify maximum charges instead if tourists' protection from exploitation is the declared goal? I don't get it. Or am I misunderstanding something?

 

The article is poorly written, but I think the goal is to set realistic prices so as to avoid the phenomenon of zero-dollar tours, where a company charges unsustainably low tour prices, and then makes its profit by dragging tourists to hard-sell ripoff stores that pay kickbacks to the guide. But that's just my guess.

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13 hours ago, bluesofa said:

Inbound, outbound, housebound. They're all bound to be a success if TAT has anything to do with it.

And yet the tourists keep coming in ever increasing numbers despite the strength of the baht.

TAT is clearly not as savvy as you when it comes to national and international tourism strategies.

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