The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to provide further update on the tourism situation in the kingdom that it’s business as usual across all destinations.
As Thailand is moving forwards national reconciliation and reforms under the administration of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), a series of positive developments and measures have been introduced and enforced to help improve the experience of travellers and tourists visiting the kingdom.
Among the measures include the NCPO’s plan to computerise the taxi queues at Suvarnabhumi International Airport in an effort to cut down on illicit control of cab operations and the clampdown on illegal airport taxi operations in Phuket.
The council also ordered a clear-out of more than 100 businesses operating along the beachfronts at Surin, Bang Tao, Laypang and Layan Beaches in Phuket, in an attempt to return the areas to their natural pristine states.
The above measures did not have any impact on the tourism in Thailand. On the contrary, they are seen as the way forward in reinforcing Thailand’s status as a welcoming tourist destination.
Thailand is always ready to welcome tourists to come here to enjoy their days in the sun and taking in the sights of the temples, mountains and beaches, as well as treating themselves to the many fine-dining, nightlife, spa treatment and shopping for which the country is famous.
Thai people throughout the country are also waiting to greet visitors with a friendly smile.
For more information on various Thai tourist destinations, visit: www.tourismthailand.org
For constant updates on Thailand’s tourism, visit: www.tatnews.org
For more information, contact TAT Call Centre 1672.
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