Thailand tourism getting back on track after months of protest

Published on : Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Thailand1While martial law remains in place in Thailand, it does not affect tourists or businesses there as Thailand is “getting back on track” after months of protest, Singapore’s travel industry was assured by Minister and deputy chief of mission of the Royal Thai Embassy.


Ekajit Kraivichien was speaking at the opening of a mega travel fair organised by the National Association of Travel Agents Singapore (Natas).


Ms Ekajit said Thailand is now “more stable and more committed than ever to promoting tourism and economic relations with friends around the world”.


The Tourism Authority of Thailand has introduced more joint promotions with airlines to offer discounted flights to the country to woo Singaporean tourists.


Travel agencies are also giving green signal for recovery of Thiland tourism. They say demand for travel to Thailand is recovering after falling by as much as half following unrest that started in October last year.




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