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Thai long-stay visa announcement draws mixed trade reactions

The Thai Cabinet's decision on Tuesday to in-principle approve a special long-stay tourist visa has drawn criticism about the programme's limited true benefit to the country's devastated travel and hospitality industry, although some have acknowledged it as good first step to international tourism recovery.

Singapore, Thailand to speed up green lane talks

Singapore and Thailand have agreed to expedite ongoing discussions on a reciprocal green lane to facilitate essential business travel between the two countries, said...

Thailand trials attraction concept at prisons

Cooking contests and craft shops within prisons could soon be available to tourists visiting Thailand should the Corrections Department succeed in its plans to...

Thais confident about reopening tourism

As Thailand cautiously starts to reopen its borders to select foreign tourists, the majority of Thais are confident that the country is ready and...

Discounted Anantara stays for passengers on new AirAsia flight

Travellers taking AirAsia's inaugural weekend Chiang Mai-Hua Hin flight will be able to access discounts and perks at Anantara Hua Hin Resort and Anantara...

TAT deputy governor dashes hopes of 2020 reopening for Thailand’s international...

Thailand is unlikely to reopen its borders to international leisure visitors this year, predicted a deputy governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT). Speaking...

Thailand gears up to reopen to medical tourists

Despite the recent ruckus over two imported coronavirus cases that riled up Thailand’s local population, the Thai government has confirmed it will move ahead...

Thai DMCs join forces to implement hygiene initiative

The DMC community in Thailand has come together to formulate and implement a set of standards entitled Thailand Hygiene Plus Initiative (THPI), to get...

Bali’s tourism recovery hits roadblocks

Bali is no stranger to adversity, having bounced back from bombings and natural disasters. But while coronavirus hasn't stripped the Indonesian island of its lustre among international travellers, it is bracing for a long road to recovery from the rampaging crisis, according to experts.

Hoteliers push back at Thailand’s shift to target high-end tourists

Thai hotel industry professionals are concerned that the government’s plan to shift its focus away from mass tourism and backpackers to high-spending travellers could...

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