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Most People Support Government’s Travel Incentive Measures

A survey by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll has found that a majority of people agree with the government’s measures to stimulate domestic travel and the economy.According to the poll conducted online on March 29-April 1 on 1,265 people throughout the country, ...

NNT Reporter

'Unlimited' domestic flights brewing

The government may offer a subsidy for an unlimited travel pass to people who buy domestic air tickets in advance to help struggling airlines in Thailand.Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) governor Yuthasak Supasorn said the redemption rate on airfare for the ongoing “We travel together” ...

Narumon Kasemsuk

Travel desires changing in 2021

Spending more quality time with loved ones is the top thing people look forward to this year, according to the “What Matters 2021” survey of Agoda.The online survey was conducted between Dec 10-16. The total sample size was 16,064 adults. It found that one in ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Association of Domestic Travel upbeat on domestic tour goal

The government’s domestic tourism goal of 200 million trips this year is achievable, though it depends on state support via more stimulus plans, says the Association of Domestic Travel (ADT).Operators would like the government to flatten the infection rate curve from the hundreds daily to ...

Dusida Worrachaddejchai

TAT: New infections weigh on trips

The Covid-19 infections that spread from the seafood market in Samut Sakhon are likely to ruin tourism sentiment, hobbling domestic trips to 95 million this year, says the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).TAT governor Yuthasak Supasorn said if there were no cases in Samut Sakhon, ...

Dusida Worrachaddejchai

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 ...

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

Tourism sector looks to resume domestic trips

The tourism sector is unfazed by the possible extension of the emergency decree, with operators saying their businesses are flexible and it will not interrupt the goal to kick-start domestic travel nationwide in June.The Tourism and Sports Ministry is planning to discuss with the prime ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Drop in domestic travel despite high passenger numbers at Thailand’s 6 key aiports

Thailand’s six major airports have handled more than 141 million passengers over the past 12 months and though international travel rose by 4.4 per cent, passenger numbers on domestic routes showed a drop of 1.4 per cent, the Airports of Thailand (AOT) reported on Tuesday ...

The Nation Reporter

Council says tourism on track despite headwinds

Thailand’s tourism growth is on track, with the number of international arrivals set to reach 9 million in the second quarter of 2019 despite several negative factors, according to the Tourism Council of Thailand.Keep reading ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

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