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Golf Quarantine! Thai authorities hit on a new idea to promote tourism


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As Thai Air is making money from selling donuts from a redundant aircraft why not fly a few aircraft to China and sell Thai food from Thai Air planes in China. No need for quarantine and the Chinese get a genuine Thai experience. Overpriced and poor quality food from Thai Air.

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They haven't thought this through. Given some of the quality of ball striking I have seen in Thailand, I'd anticipate quarantine would be breached repeatedly by golfers being ferried to hospitals after being struck by errant golf balls.

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1 hour ago, bkk6060 said:

A great idea actually for those of us who would play everyday.

Plenty of the courses around Pattaya have sufficient accomodations that are totally empty now.

Hope they make this an option.

Would certainly appeal to the those Koreans who normally come Jan/Feb and play 36 holes a day. 

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Obviously you wouldn't be able to have a caddy, so the absence of this compulsory service and expected minimum tip would almost cover the cost of quarantine if a round was played everyday. 

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1 hour ago, Naturesway said:

All Thailand should watch this to understand the truth

 

Interesting video of Covid! Worth watching! ( This is in English😉). 
🤔🤓 xxx

https://www.facebook.com/177800655568661/posts/4141325482549472/?vh=e&extid=0&d=w

these are the same kinds of idiots that say the holocaust didn't happen. Too many people infected and dying from Covid for them to seriously take the position they do.

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4 hours ago, JusticeGB said:

As Thai Air is making money from selling donuts from a redundant aircraft why not fly a few aircraft to China and sell Thai food from Thai Air planes in China. No need for quarantine and the Chinese get a genuine Thai experience. Overpriced and poor quality food from Thai Air.

And it keeps them away...I 2nd  this 

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A truly brilliant idea, airport to golf course   daily swabs for 14 days what could go wrong, the idea is sound its the execution that will be lacking.

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6 hours ago, topt said:

Would certainly appeal to the those Koreans who normally come Jan/Feb and play 36 holes a day. 

Or 37 if they venture out at night

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