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Tourist industry has too many Chiefs and no Indians better to let civil servants advise if and when to reopen to tourists but now is not the time it is better to accept peak season lost this year and find other ways to support the tourism and related businesses by way of Government subsidies

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There is only one way to restore the tourism industry and that is letting tourists in. You see, it’s not that difficult😀.

What about letting all people in with a valid O visa. Those who have apartments, money in the bank, those who spend money on golf courses, in restaurants, need taxis and tuktuks, go shopping, etc.  OA

Promote it to who ? 

9 hours ago, webfact said:

Prayut to visit Phuket as tourism efforts fall flat

with the quantity of incompetent people, including him,  in his government did he expected anything else.... your time is over, better to quit now

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its really very simple,what is they dont uderstand?allow people in.the Q is now 10 days a good move.the insurance scam needs to go and allow people in according to whether or not they have the virus not some racial admission policy,so if you test negative thats great u r neg so where u come from and what colour u r is not the important factor.is that too difficult a concept to grasp??put more flights on hotels and airports are empty,internal flights have gone well and serve a s a dry run

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9 hours ago, webfact said:

Prayut to visit Phuket as tourism efforts fall flat

Well, if there's anyone who knows about falling flat, it's this man.

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The island is dead for a while already and he is visiting it just now ?? Hope his family and close friends will know that he will not visit them while they are sick but will wait untill they are dead and buried . 

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Hotel occupancy rates were only 30 per cent in September, increasing from 13.4 per cent in June.

 

30% ?   I guess this is calculated on the very few that are open

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6 hours ago, kotsak said:

Yes, plus air-tickets that get more pricey during the so-called "long weekend".

Exactly my thoughts. Was planning a few times to visit Phuket during a regular or long weekend.

Flights were so expensive compared to pre-covid times I decided to go to the east coast and Hua Hin by car.

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Thank goodness he is visiting. He did an amazing job in Chiang Mai. They no longer burn here and our air is fresher than the Swiss Alps. PMI 2.5 is never above 10 and the economy is thri the roof. Hes a gift to this nation.additionally tourism,i read, is only down 7% from this time last year and by december they will be 26% higher espicially with yacht owners and crew spending 2.3 biliion thai baht every hour and grouls of 100 chinese tourists spending 72 million baht every minute.

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