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10 million tourists will visit Thailand this year

these announcements are getting kind of scary. these people actually run a country. let that sink in. 

TAT targets China, Japan and Korea, confident 10 million tourists will visit Thailand this year   TAT governor Yutthasak Suphaorn//File photo   Thailand's tourism authorities

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1 minute ago, actonion said:

They never stop giving false hope to the natives, problem is most of the natives that i know believe them 

Honing their propaganda skills!

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3 minutes ago, donnacha said:

At full capacity, Thailand was supposedly serving 40 tourists per year. If the demand is there, and if entry is easy again, I don't see why they wouldn't be able to manage ten million over the second half of this year.

'serving 40 tourists per year.'

While I realise it was an omission, you obviously don't work for TAT - I'm sure they would never accidentally under-estimate the number of tourists!

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That's 33,000 a day starting from now.

I suppose if your un educated numbers really don't mean anything.

You know your making yourselves look like absolute idiots for just reporting this constant stream of BS.

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They obviously haven't given any thought as to how the millions of tourists will get to Thailand ! Or will Thai airways make an incredible recovery and return to the skies with their new master plan ?

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