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Phuket tourism industry told to ‘ready for beach holiday tourists’

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I see looks of shock, disbelief and utter dismay at the thought that they may have to actually get off of there duff's and assist people

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It looks like they are visiting a funeral.

 

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The whole story is well worth reading, it contains nothing that would suggest the need for a "beach tourist campaign".

 

"The push for Phuket to prepare for international tourists comes as the ban on all inbound international commercial passenger flights expired at midnight last night, with six groups of foreigners allowed to enter Thailand as of today (July 1)."

 

The six groups link in the story actually goes to an eleven groups story, none of which are tourists (so called medical tourists excepted).

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1 hour ago, Upnotover said:

The whole story is well worth reading, it contains nothing that would suggest the need for a "beach tourist campaign".

 

"The push for Phuket to prepare for international tourists comes as the ban on all inbound international commercial passenger flights expired at midnight last night, with six groups of foreigners allowed to enter Thailand as of today (July 1)."

 

The six groups link in the story actually goes to an eleven groups story, none of which are tourists (so called medical tourists excepted).

Interesting find. Only problem is that I think almost nobody here is interested to just stay on Samui and then having to leave shortly after. Hope there will be a way to then travel to BKK.

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20 minutes ago, reallyaffiliated said:

Interesting find. Only problem is that I think almost nobody here is interested to just stay on Samui and then having to leave shortly after. Hope there will be a way to then travel to BKK.

I would rather stay in BKK, but they can't control newly arrived tourists there. This whole virus situation needs to calm down before unrestricted tourism restarts in Thailand. Maybe there will be air bridges in a few months if the virus doesn't come back.

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7 hours ago, LivinginKata said:

Wishful thinking ....

 

Oh contraire, sir, I suspect the highly decorated gentleman in the middle with his hands behind his back is saying “Hab heads up guys, you won’t believe what I found at the market…rub rub rub

 

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11 hours ago, keith101 said:

The look on their faces tells the story , no great expectations .

Not much of their faces to be seen, if it's going to be like this why bother going on holiday.

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but the  Baht still under 31 to USD.  it must fall sometime this year. to like 36

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Yes! Everything is wonderful. It is all under control. No worry...coming from the same people who created this mess.

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