Thailand's tourism industry rebounds as it heads into high season

Tourist arrivals in Thailand have been promising – with 3.12 million international travellers turning up in the first seven months of the year.The authorities and industry players are optimistic but the nation, which before the Covid-19 pandemic relied heavily on tourism, is not out of ...

Govt says tourism industry may not recover until 2026

It could take another five years before tourism revives fully in Thailand — an ominous sign for one of the most tourism-dependent economies in the world.The sector, which contributed about one-fifth of the economy before the pandemic, isn’t expected to return to normal until 2026, ...

Coronavirus deals severe blow to tourism industry

Thai tour operators are weathering the storm after China imposed travel restrictions on group tours until late next month in a move to control the spread of the novel coronavirus, which the World Health Organisation has declared a global emergency.Keep reading ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

BoI measures ordered to boost rural tourism

Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha has ordered the Board of Investment (BoI) to consider measures in support of tourism in the provinces to boost rural economic growth, BOI’s secretary general Duangjai Asawachintachit said. She said after a meeting of the BOI’s board of committee, chaired by ...

The Nation Reporter

China’s Belt and Road Initiative will boost tourism, transport and trade with Thailand

The Thai tourism industry will be a major beneficiary of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as the Royal Thai Government moves rapidly to take advantage of the increased investment and trade opportunities it will create, not just within Thailand but across the ASEAN and ...

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