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Thailand to tout 'trusted' tourism in coronavirus era


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I think they are wishing on a dream. Once the borders are open we ARE going to get new cases being imported, so their goes the trust, and many tourists will be put off by the extreme measures they wil

Oooh, sounds expensive. And how, if I may ask, is this going to fit in with Thailand wanting to...   As the past has shown over-abundantly, these "big tour groups" typically stay at touris

fleeced with greater ease and with a bigger smile ..    More front than Harrods .. And if CV has been controlled relatively speaking why the on going march with the draconian infringements

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12% of the economy.....yesterday it was as high as 20% & last week was 15%. everyday i read a different percentage  does anyway know? as 12% isnt a lot more than the uk so i except they could take a hit on that till next year but if its as high as 20% thats a big difference.

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4 hours ago, robert888d said:

Do they honestly believe that lying deceitful China is a safe place from which to encourage tourists?

Yep.

 

Bit of a sweeping statement for 22% of the worlds population.

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3 hours ago, 4737 Carlin said:

Yes, because the Wuhan virus had nothing to do with Chinese labs or animal torture markets.

I dont think they will be bringing either one with them.........maybe a bikini and swimming shorts......

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15 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. 

full of optimism. thanks for that!

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56 minutes ago, PatOngo said:

For most of them...…...somtam, ky yang and sticky rice!

Possibly correct. 

Every time i link up to "her in doors" she is either eating, or getting ready to eat.

And the house seems full of neighbour's I've never seen before. 

Oh well, at least my money is helping the neighbour's too.

More than Prayuts false hope and payment offers are doing. 

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35 minutes ago, Chiang Mai Bill said:

"Hygiene is a must, so offering bespoke services will give boutique hotels with unique selling points an advantage over corporate operators."

 

The best ''Hygiene Plan'' in the world depends on the staff employed. The majority of hotel cleaning staff are unlikely to understand or have the desire to follow strict hygiene/cleaning rules and will carry on working much as they always have.

 

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.

 

''Low risk''? It was reported 2 weeks ago that some area in China has been locked down and affecting 1.8 million people -- and South Korea has just tightened restrictions due to outbreaks!

 

And the ''affluent'' ? Well, some will be happy to fly in, get to a resort and stay there and do nothing else, but many want a bit more than that and Thailand is ''tacky''!  Outside those lovely resorts are piles of rubbish -- left by Thais whose living depends on tourists but are stupid so dump their rubbish on any overgrown patch of land outside the resorts -- snorkel over areas of dead coral and no fish; rip-off merchants; restaurants that if one delved behind closed doors would find them unhygienic; roads full of idiot suicide drivers; unsmiling locals; and a corrupt police force!

 

 

You will be missing off the list then?

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1 hour ago, Old Dissenter said:

Mate I am telling you it's the Chinese tourists they are thinking about.

Surely they aren't stupid either my understanding is they know the value of testing as much as the South Koreans do.

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1 hour ago, newnative said:

Not that old chestnut from 6 years ago.  I feel far safer in Thailand than I ever did in the US.

you must be from a sh*thole place in the US. Have you had to ever call the police in Thailand? 

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1 hour ago, Old Dissenter said:

Mate I am telling you it's the Chinese tourists they are thinking about.

They don't want us anymore. 

But it was ok to support the thai women and their kids.

Not to mention the ones that were working in the entertainment industry.

 

The hidden costs and pain and suffering the government never seems to mention. 

 

Lets see if the chosen ones (tourists) step up to the mark..

I don't think so...

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