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TAT turning to the "super wealthy" to boost domestic tourism


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80 million domestic tourist trips in a country of 67 million inhabitants sounds quite challenging, isn't it? Especially when a few percent only have the financial means to do touristic travel at all,

yes they just contacted me and said thanks and to keep up the good work. 

Maybe they can lure "Boss Red Bull back to Pattaya for a weekend!

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The super wealthy didn't get that way by being stupid. What is Thailand offering that they can't get anywhere else they want?

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57 minutes ago, Misterwhisper said:

To me that implies visitors from ABROAD.

Blinded by the usual bigotry, I suppose, imagining there are no super wealthy Thais, relatively speaking. We SO hate admitting that. It doesn't matter in the slightest what it implies to you but only what it means in fact to TAT.

 

57 minutes ago, Misterwhisper said:

And that, in my understanding, means LOCAL tourists (i.e. Thais vacationing in their own country).

 

It seems TAT on the one hand and TCC and BoT on the other hand have been talking about TWO COMPLETELY DIFFERENT target groups. . . . Honestly, the comedy in this country just never ends. 

 

Got that right anyway. LOCAL. Yes, they are talking about TWO DIFFERENT GROUPS, but not COMPLETELY DIFFERENT as both groups are also LOCAL. The LOCAL--shock!--includes the local super wealthy. That was clear from the headline: "to boost local tourism."

 

The comedy on the forum just never ends, eh.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

TAT turning to the "super wealthy" to boost domestic tourism

Just in time for the Pollution-Apocalypse of November to April.  Im sure the wealth tourists travel to suck up some burn forest and field. 

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