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20 minutes ago, robsamui said:

Thailand is not the best nation in the world, with lines of farangs queued up waiting to pay a fortune to get in. And the Thailand administration are about to find this out.

I honestly think that they – the Thais and their government – prefer Asians in the queue-line, they spend more money a day than farangs...😃
Fact: The first STV-arrival is a private jet from China, according to the news...😉

 

Edit: But otherwise I agree with your point-of-view...👍

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17 hours ago, bodga said:

jesus h christ!!!!!!!!!

No. He has no work permit. Somchai is the CCTV repairman and reports that 80 percent are not working.

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2 hours ago, khunPer said:

Perhaps because it's not Chaweng Beach, the photo is Lamai Beach...😉

Ah. I never did go on Lamai beach. Couldn't find a break between the concrete buildings to go through from.

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I dont understand how the dictatorship don't understand that no one wants to go to Thailand when they both have to be in qurentene and monitored like 1984? No one will go.

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2 hours ago, connda said:

Why is it that Thais think that international tourists are interested in vacationing in a panopticon like prisoners in a penitentiary?

Thai Resorts Of The Future

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low IQ. haha 

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23 hours ago, webfact said:

23 hotels will pass the grade and some 200 tourists will visit Koh Samui initially. 

allowing for couples, that's every large hotel having maybe 6 rooms occupied, whilst probably having to ban all other tourists for fear of contamination ! Hardly a boom and hardly likely to boost any economy !

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Actually if those foreigners had more responsible governments able to handle the covid19 in their home countries it would not be an issue when they come to visit Thailand. 

 

Everybody is blaming the government in Thailand but they are protecting their population....that s it.

 

We look forward to see the same management in Europe, USA and others fully infected countries, in doing so the disease could have disappeared within a matter of very few months.

 

The headache for the Thai government is not yet finished, unfortunately they are not in a position to solve the anarchic situations of those foreign countries . 

 

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15 minutes ago, David Garden said:

Actually if those foreigners had more responsible governments able to handle the covid19 in their home countries it would not be an issue when they come to visit Thailand.

And it would be pretty easy too. Simply stop testing.

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18 hours ago, claffey said:

Do they actually believe that Tourists are waiting in airport lounges around the world to go on holidays to Thailand! The arrogance is unreal! Nobody in the right mind would be travelling across the world right now...for a holiday. Or would they????

Yes they do and here lies the problem they actually belive people still want to come to thailand 

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