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Asia/Singapore Wednesday, 6th July 2022
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Pragmatism, not paranoia, key to SE Asia tourism revival

The South-east Asian travel industry could take a lesson from Thailand's incident with Covid in Rayong the past week, where the 31-person Egyptian military...

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...

Thailand eyes lifting of lockdown by July 1

As Thailand enters the third phase of its lockdown on June 1, moderate-risk businesses including boxing stadia, massage parlours, spas and convention venues have...

Thailand’s tourism to get clean stamp of approval

Thailand authorities are drawing up a stringent set of health and safety certifications to be adapted by tourism players to lead the country into...

Unemployment rates in Thai tourism sector climbs

The coronavirus has brought about unprecedented economic disruption, prompting an acceleration of workplace closures and mass layoffs and furloughs across industries, including the tourism...

TAT launches new brand spotlighting Hua Hin’s beaches

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Prachuap Khiri Khan Office has partnered Hua Hin's public and private sectors to launch a new destination brand...

Confident Thailand maintains schedule of tourism events

As a firm demonstration of her health surveillance systems for disease control and confidence that activities can carry on as usual amid Novel Coronavirus...

Ageing Thai tourism industry due for a check-up, says industry veteran

As Thailand’s tourism industry gears up to mark its 60th anniversary in 2020, it is an ageing sector in need of a few nips...

Cashing in on tourism boom

Thailand’s tourism boom has caught the attention of some of the country’s biggest companies, which have set up offshoots to ramp up investment in the hospitality sector.

Address elephant tourism the sensible, scientific way

The Tourism Authority of Thailand argues why shutting down elephant tourism camps in South-east Asia isn’t a sensible solution, and urges proper solutions and management practices to be put into place to handle the problems surrounding elephant tourism, citing recommendations from the Asian Captive Elephant Working Group (ACEWG).

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