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Thailand to tout 'trusted' tourism in coronavirus era

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14 hours ago, Misterwhisper said:

big spender crowd.

Who are the big spenders?

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7 hours ago, Tounge Thaied said:

This is the end of the end of the great Thai experience. Everything must be sanitized in a New World Order... Everyone must comply with the "New Normal"... A dark time in history. Globally we are being further enslaved... so very sad for our children's future. 

Spot on.

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5 hours ago, Tounge Thaied said:

It's not going away mate. These organisms were here long before we were and will be here long after us. Secondly, a vaccine is not necessary, go take a look at how effective the Influenza A and B vaccines are and, last but not least, take a look how the common cold virus, or the influenza virus, or the AIDS virus, etc., etc. are treated. Do they have "viable" treaments? How many trillions have been spent on AIDS research?There will be no "viable" treatment. Not in our lifetimes... This latest iteration of biological life forms is just one of many other constantly evolving organisms. What we have witnessed in the last 6 months has nothing to do with our safety, our health, our well-being. This COVID event, when you seriously take the time to look into it outside of the bought and paid for, controlled media, you come real(eyes) that we have all been duped. In other words... this entire lockdown is all contrived for nefarious ulterior motives... and it ain't good mate. 

Holy moly you need to get off prison planet, LOL!  

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Thailand to tout 'trusted' tourism

They continue to urinate into a strong headwind!

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"The campaign, to be launched later in the year, will be aimed at young affluent travellers from places that are considered low-risk such as China, South Korea and Taiwan, Tanes said. It will highlight scenic beaches and parks, part of a "tourism bridge" that could emerge in Asia including Hong Kong and Japan".

:cheesy::cheesy: That is the funniest thing I have read this week.

 

I like the fact that Thailand is looking at the glass is half full but when the glass has a big whole in it, then statements like this are ridiculous.  Well at least the word hub wasn't used this time.

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Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. I amazed they don’t put themselves to sleep with the monotonous and uninspired drone these guys emit. Just open the place up and it will fix all your problems...there sorted it for you!

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No No - not more tour groups .

Over here on the Darkside- I can see down to Jomtien- the air quality is fantastic - crystal clear .

I can once remember counting 65 tour buses on Sukhamvit- all belching out diesel fumes .

Even here in sunny Pattaya there are some very smart hotels such as the Royal cliff - promote those perhaps - no tours please ! 

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Flying from Perth we only have Thai going direct to BKK, so will wait for Bankrupt Airlines to start up again. Scoot and Air Asia take all day to get there

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Trusted ? When Anand Panyarachun was at the helm perhaps, but with this present bunch in power I find the use of such word even insulting 😞

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good effort to try to attract international tourists. what about the safety precautions to protect the thais from imported cases who might infect the locals. what protocol will be adopted for that.

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