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Hua Hin smiling again after the crisis: Tourism is back - 70% midweek, 90% long weekends, TAT

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4 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

I live in Hua Hin and it is very busy. 

 

especially on weekends. 

 

of course the businesses geared toward white foreign tourists are still slow but that is not what this story is about. 

That sounds much like Jomtien Beach. Unless we get a long weekend of rain, it's going to be packed out this coming weekend.

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6 hours ago, Oldie said:

So forget foreign tourists then. Much too complicated and dangerous. The others like Phuket and Samui should learn from Hua Hin. Perhaps they built the wrong infrastructure. Look at Pattaya. Thais are no sex tourists. So they suffer now with all their sex business. 

Hush hush, back to god's waiting room. Covid might be out there !

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I was there yesterday. Blue point immigration only one person. Did my 90 day in two minutes. Food Hall about 1/3 normal . 

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Is the news on this site researched or just posted as it comes  

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Hua Hin smiling again after the crisis: Tourism is back - 70% midweek, 90% long weekends, TAT

What is gained by manufactured figures [ Nothing ]

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Who is this World renowned Reporter " Ejan "

What Tosh

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4 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

yes this is a problem in Hua Hin. the jellyfish are very large, between 8 to 14 inches. you will see them everywhere dead on the sand during certain times of the year. 

Peanut butter and jelly-fish sandwiches with a side of sea cucumbers.  Exotic Thai cuisine.  Tasty, tasty, tasty.  Now that should bring the tourist running.  :whistling:

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So nice that the Ministry of Propoganda and Public Happiness, through various media outlets, keeps me laughing during these times.

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