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Thais keen to reopen borders

The majority of Thais are ready to welcome foreign tourists back to the country, but not without a 14-day quarantine requirement. According to a survey...

Thailand gets SEXY to restore travellers’ confidence

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is planning a four-layer tourism concept under a cheeky abbreviation, SEXY, which promotes safe and sustainable travel in...

Thailand targets US$100m from foreign film productions in 2021 to lift...

Thailand's tourism authorities have been wooing regional and international film crews to the country's shores, with a goal of generating three billion baht (US$100...

Thailand to warmly welcome inoculated travellers

Foreigners who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 will be welcomed with open arms by Thailand through a new campaign set to launch in 3Q2021. Titled...

Thai hotel outlook remains bleak for 2021

Sharp drops in hotel occupancy as a result of January's soft shutdown to deal with Thailand's second Covid-19 outbreak as well as various challenges,...

Quarantine rules continue to stifle Thailand’s inbound tourism

While Thailand's border remains open to all visitors, a mandatory 14-day quarantine requirement continues to keep international tourists at bay. In December 2020, the Thai...

Small Thai hotels go quiet amid travel crisis

The travel and tourism crisis has forced as many as 80 per cent of member hotels to halt operations in 2020, according to the...

Art comes alive with Blue Tree Phuket’s reopening

Leisure and entertainment destination, Blue Tree Phuket, kicked off its reopening in December with a three-day arts extravaganza that sets the stage for its drive to position Phuket as a destination for music, fashion, arts and crafts and food.

Thailand crafts new scenic tourist routes

Thailand's Department of Rural Roads, Ministry of Transport is developing three scenic tourist routes in the south, centre and north-east of the country that...

How hoteliers can bounce back post-Covid

As overseas tourism gradually returns, the travel and hospitality industry must adopt a more customer-centric approach to win back guests, writes leading hotelier Anthony Lark

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