Thai tourism hit hard against by COVID-19 World

Thai tourism hit hard against by COVID-19

Thailand's tourism industry is once again on the brink due to the impact of entry restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of the Omicron variant, although the local COVID-19 situation is basically under control and vaccination progress is accelerated.
Thai tourism hit hard by third wave of COVID-19 World

Thai tourism hit hard by third wave of COVID-19

Thailand’s latest wave of COVID-19 since late March would affect people’s travel plans during the traditional New Year (Songkran) festival, and cost the local tourism industry around 10 billion THB in revenue in the second quarter of 2021, the Kasikorn Research Centre (K-Research) said on April 13.
Thailand extends travel stimulus programme World

Thailand extends travel stimulus programme

The Government of Thailand has decided to extend the “We Travel Together” programme and approve a parallel tourism campaign in efforts shore up its tourism industry hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thai Tourism Ministry gets companies input on COVID-19 remedies World

Thai Tourism Ministry gets companies input on COVID-19 remedies

Thailand’s Ministry of Tourism and Sports has gathered input from the tourism and hotel industries on potential measures to aid them in the current COVID-19 crisis, with loan deferments, utility discounts, and a tax deadline postponement among the measures to be proposed to the Prime Minister on January 12.
Thailand welcomes 3,000 foreign tourists in November World

Thailand welcomes 3,000 foreign tourists in November

Thailand hosted 3,065 foreign tourists in November, official data showed on December 28, the second month of receiving long-stay visitors since a ban was imposed in April to keep COVID-19 infections under control.
Thailand devises three scenarios for tourism recovery World

Thailand devises three scenarios for tourism recovery

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has envisioned three scenarios for the recovery pace of the country’s tourism next year, with the worst case being a contraction of revenue from international visitors to 296 billion THB (about 9.5 billion USD).
Thailand’s tourism seriously affected by COVID-19 World

Thailand’s tourism seriously affected by COVID-19

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has cut its estimate for international arrivals to Thailand to 33 million in 2020, down 3 million from the latest target and nearly 7 million compared to the record figure of 39.8 million recorded last year.
Thai tourism authority lowers revenue estimate World

Thai tourism authority lowers revenue estimate

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has lowered its estimate for tourism revenue growth in 2019 from 10 percent to 9.5 percent due to global slowdown, strong baht and rising fuel prices.
1,000 exhibitors join Thai tourism fair ASEAN

1,000 exhibitors join Thai tourism fair

The 51st Thai Teaw Thai Plaza Fair, at Bitec Bang Na exhibition centre, is featuring special tour packages, from some 1,000 tour company booths, being offered at special prices.
Thailand: Tourist number projection remains at 40 million World

Thailand: Tourist number projection remains at 40 million

The University of the Thai Chambers of Commerce’s Centre for Economic and Business Forecasting is still positive the total number of visitors to Thailand this year will reach 40 million from campaigns promoting tourism in local cities and the extension of VISA on Arrival fees waiver.