Published: April 30, 2021
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) expects more tourists to start travelling domestically from June-July when the Covid-19 situation improves, in line with its new stimulus campaigns, TAT Governor Yutthasak Supasorn said
Published: April 27, 2021
The fresh wave of Covid-19 has severely affected tourism and hospitality businesses in Thailand with occupancy rates at domestic hotels dropping to 5-30 per cent, forcing many operators to sell their businesses to cut losses, said Thammajak Leuangprasert, president of Arjarnnar Asset Management Group.
Published: April 15, 2021
People have been travelling in droves from main cities, especially Bangkok, to their hometowns or to famous attractions during the Songkran holidays. However, many tourist sites have shut their doors amid a dreaded third Covid-19 wave that has seen the number of infections soar.
Published: April 13, 2021
The latest wave of Covid-19 reported in Thailand since late March would affect people’s travel plans during Songkran Festival and cost the tourism industry around Bt10 billion in revenue in the second quarter of 2021, Kasikorn Research Centre (K-Research) said on Tuesday.