Thailand's domestic travel: A way out for our economy [Video]

We have a special report for you today in which we examine the “We Travel Together” program. This initiative provides discounts and stipends to people interested in domestic travel and is expected to revive the tourism scene in Thailand as well as jump start the ...

T-Together campaign records 4.56 million travelers [Video]

Moving on, the Travel Together (T-Together) campaign is selling like hotcakes as more than 4.5 million people have already signed up for the travel subsidy.Keep watching ...

Govt plans B100bn soft loans to help tourism, services

The government plans 100 billion baht of new soft loans to help small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the tourist and services sector hit by the coronavirus pandemic, the finance minister said on Monday.The loans will offer more relaxed conditions than the central bank’s 500-billion baht ...

Travel influencers begin quest to stimulate tourism [Video]

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and numerous tourism related agencies have officially launched a new campaign, teaming up with online media content creators and influencers to stimulate the tourism sector.Keep watching ...

Tourism in Thailand to lose up to $47bn from Covid-19: UN study

Global tourism revenues are expected to fall by up to US$3.3 trillion due to Covid-19 restrictions, with Thailand standing to lose $47 billion, according to a UN study published on Wednesday.The ‘Covid-19 and Tourism’ report released by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development ...

List of ‘travel bubble’ countries finalised today ahead of Aug reopening

Foreign tourists will be allowed back into the country in August under “travel bubble” arrangements, Tourism and Sports Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn confirmed on Thursday, (July 2).The “travel bubbles” will cover countries at low-risk of Covid-19 contagion, while the tourists would be allowed to travel on ...

The Nation Reporter

TAT looks to spur domestic travel

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) plans to launch domestic tourism packages to stimulate travel as the Covid-19 crisis subsides.TAT governor Yuthasak Supasorn said the cabinet has approved all three domestic tourism packages in principle.In the next step, the TAT will work out the implementation ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

CCSA to consider opening Thailand’s borders to limited entry by foreign visitors

Thailand’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is to consider opening the country’s borders to allow a limited number of foreigners to enter the country under the proposed travel bubble tourism program.CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin said on Monday that the CCSA will divide foreign ...

Cabinet approves economy boosting tourism packages [Video]

.The Cabinet has approved in principle three tourism campaigns, aimed to kick start the recovery of the tourism sector from July to October.Keep watching ...

Thailand fights to revive reputation as top tourist destination

A leading business hotel in Bangkok is sprucing up rooms, restaurants and hallways to meet new hygiene and safety standards as it prepares to welcome the first trickle of regular customers — foreign airline crews — in August.“This is now a priority, including deep cleaning ...

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