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Thai tourism sector calls for easing of COVID-19 requirements to boost arrivals

Tourism organisations in Thailand have called on the government to ease the COVID-19 requirements for international visitors to boost arrivals in time for the Easter holidays in April.Presidents of 20 tourism associations and councils submitted a letter to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and related officials, ...

Govt readies to reopen skies

The Transport Ministry is gearing up for the resumption of air travel in November.Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob said after a meeting between the members of the Civil Aviation Board that he had asked the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand to collaborate with public health agencies, ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Tourism Ministry to return B1.4bn in deposits

The Tourism Ministry is poised to return 1.4 billion baht in deposits to tour companies that registered with the Tourism Department, while acknowledging that a year-long pandemic could slash the number of international visitors in 2020 to 10 million.“If the pandemic is still uncontrollable on ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Tourism Ministry considers collecting tourism fees

The Ministry of Tourism and Sport has introduced the idea of collecting fees from international visitors for the renovation of tourism attractions and natural resources, as well as providing insurance benefits specifically for tourists.The Tourism Ministry recently held its first workshop to gather opinions from ...

Tanakorn Sangiam

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