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Chinese tourists set to return to Chiang Mai in July, tourism chief predicts


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😆😆😆😆. I wonder if the Governor of Chang Mai and all residents welcome back the' Chinese Virus' ? So shallow. Makes my blood boil !

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Its like welcoming your assassin to your own funeral how bizarre the baht can make you🤔 

What can one even say? Tourism is not returning to Thailand anytime soon. If you think about it, the group that comprised perhaps 60% of all arrivals (lower to middle income Chinese and Indians) are t

we are saved! 

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The Chinese will travel within their own country first. Thailand won't be high on the list.

 

When they do come, they'll stick to what they know even more than before. Most of their spend will go towards Chinese owned/operated businesses. They'll be shy and self-aware.

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So Thailand is welcoming Chinese tourist because their new virus cases are low. 

 

What about European and American tourists?

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Oh can't wait!! Keep your masks on! Diesel fumes from the well serviced buses will be coming again!!

Pollution and whatever else they bring with them?🤧

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One other thing that seems to be overlooked is that with so many people off work and having little cash, they won’t be able to afford holidays - but even if they can afford one, they won’t have time as they will all be back at work trying to get finances sorted. The company I work for has basically banned anyone taking holidays when the pandemic is over - if the whole company suddenly goes on holiday when we are allowed to travel we will collapse completely. Most companies I know are doing the same. 

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3 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

we are saved! 

Certainly not you but the Thai people are saved from starvation (not virus).

 

I've been hearing about Thai people

  • drinking rat poison,
  • suicide by drawing sketch of a certain political figure image,
  • long queues for free food
  • long wait for a measly 5000 baht a month
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Pity they didn't use the crystal balls to predict the pandemic. Well, I've got a prediction for the tourism authority...get ready for the next outbreak of some virus or other (mind you, my prediction is based on HIV, H1N1, Sars...). 

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

The head of the Chiang Mai tourism business association Noppadol Jariphak told local media that the Chinese were ready to come back to Thailand in droves.

 

Noppadol said that Thailand is a wonderful place for tourism for Chinese and other nationalities.

 

They also appreciate that Thailand has top notch health services as proved during the Covid-19 crisis,

I was coping with the beer ban until I read this... now I'm having issues!

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35 minutes ago, ross163103 said:

the virus // was spread around the world by the Chinese.

Not 100% true.

Several example that I know for France an Italy were the virus arrived from local businessmen traveling abroad, China or other infected areas, or even from militaries.

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And July's headline will be Mass exodus of Chiang Mai residents as dirty spitting bat eaters return. 

There is a worldwide hatred of the Chinese at the moment and they come out with this $hite

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