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Slowing tourism growth, rise of Indian market on Phuket’s horizons: C9

C9 Hotelworks is forecasting a slowdown in the double-digit growth rates Phuket has witnessed in recent years, and India's rising importance against China as...

Similan Islands gets green light to limit daily visitor numbers

Thailand's Similan Islands National Park, a popular diving and snorkelling spot in the Andaman Sea, has been given the green light by the Supreme...

Thailand floats out medical boat to assist tourists in Phang Nga’s...

Thailand now has a fully equipped medical boat plying the waters around the Similan and Surin islands – part of Phang Nga province –...

Thailand a harder sell for repeat travellers, but local experiences offer...

Long a top Asian destination for Europe’s travellers, Thailand today is not the easy sell it once was for tour operators and travel agents,...

Shaking a legacy culture

Diethelm Travel Group CEO Stephan Roemer tells Xinyi Liang-Pholsena how he is reinventing the legacy DMC, one of Asia's oldest and most storied, into a leaner organisation with sharper positioning and 'handicraft' spirit

Thailand takes steps to improve transport safety for tourists

The Tourism Council of Thailand (TCT) is joining hands with state agencies including the Department of Land Transport, Marine Department and Tourism Authority of...

Bangkok smog not yet weighing on tourism, but solutions needed

Although tourism has not been affected by the smog in Bangkok, travel industry players believe that unless a long-term solution is put forth, it...

Arrivals into Thailand surge past 38 million

Despite concerns that the recent Phuket boat accident would affect Chinese arrivals, Thailand saw a record 38.3 million tourists in 2018, according to latest...

To seek new highs, Thailand tourism looks to ‘out of the...

With some 37 million and growing international arrivals into Thailand, industry players are now pondering what else is needed to raise the country’s competitive...

Thailand extends temporary VOA fee waiver

Thailand's visa-on-arrival fee waiver for citizens of 20 countries, including China and India, will be extended until April 30. The 2,000 baht (US$63) visa-on-arrival fee...

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