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Resorts close to Bangkok first to recover

By TTR WEEKLY

 

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BANGKOK, 12 May 2020: As Thailand starts to look at a purposive resumption of domestic travel, the beach resort of Hua Hin, south of the Thai capital is well poised to capture pent-up demand due to the old adage; ‘location, location, location’.

 

That’s one of the observations in C9Hotelworks’ latest hotel market update focusing on Hua Hin.

 

With the current Covid-19 crisis moving forward and tourism remains on the cusp, nearby destinations within an easy drive from Bangkok appear to have a clear-cut advantage in seeing travel re-opening. Both overnight stays and day trips look to be the agents of change in the short-term.

 

In the newly released report Hua Hin Hotel Market Update from C9 Hotelworks, the findings conclude that the bottom line for the destination’s international tourism ambitions is inseparably linked to the current airport expansion plan.

 

Looking back, Hua Hin has continued its journey down a sustainable path of tourism visitor arrivals with a 5-year CAGR of 6%. Despite the upward trajectory, last year 74% of visitors came from the domestic sector.

 

Full story: https://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2020/05/resorts-close-to-bangkok-first-to-recover/

 

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-- © Copyright TTR Weekly 2020-05-12
 

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I would think the beaches in the other direction would be better.  But then again it will probably be the same in either direction

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Welcome to Thailand, the newest Chinese colony, where your currency is worth less, and our currency rises everyday!

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23 hours ago, keith101 said:

2nd wave , 2nd wave , 2nd wave .

wolf, wolf, wolf...

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There's over 100 illegal renting establishments in HH from condos to guesthouses, these need to be policed first, prior to any hotel with a license being able to make a go of it...

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