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TAT Welcomes Extended Holiday Plan

 

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BANGKOK, Sept 16 (TNA) — The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) welcomes the government’s plan to announce extended holidays to stimulate tourism late this year as nearly 10 billion baht changed hands during the previous four-day holiday in lieu of the Songkran festival.

 

TAT governor Yuthasak Supasorn said he totally agreed with the reported plan of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to announce special holidays to stimulate tours, spending and business.

 

Whatever prompted people to go on vacation was good when the country had to depend on domestic tourism and TAT had plans to encourage Thai people to take vacations to let business survive as there would be many holidays in the high season late this year, he said.

 

Full Story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-539215

 

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Let's get this coundry out of swamp! We start hole project whit long vacation!

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Another pearl of wisdom dispensed by the great leader, the bloke is very, very dim problem is he is surrounded by spineless yes men. I reckon Thailand is doomed until they grow a pair...

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15 hours ago, 2 is 1 said:

Let's get this coundry out of swamp! We start hole project whit long vacation!

Only for the civil servants, serfs have to remain at work.

Always amazes me that they can say the last 4 day holiday raised 10 million in sales... how do they know this quickly?

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1 hour ago, hotchilli said:

Only for the civil servants, serfs have to remain at work.

Always amazes me that they can say the last 4 day holiday raised 10 million in sales... how do they know this quickly?

 

10 Billion...not million...but your question is valid.

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