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Thailand hopes to welcome tourists to Bangkok, top cities next month


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11 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

What sort of things make a nice holiday for you? 

Not many on my list would be available currently in Thailand. 

 

With our family and either a stay in suite or two at the Marriott or renovated Hilton is bliss for us.

 

My wife and I don't drink so bar closures don't bother us.

 

Our nanny helps with our kids so my wife and can explore on a rented motorcycle or cruise around the different beaches in our SUV with the entire family.

 

Still lots of restaurants open or get Grab and enjoy the suite while watching Netflix.

 

I'm dying to get out of Issan.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Will B Good said:

And these tourists are all then prepared to quarantine back in their own countries because Thailand is red listed???????

Been talk in the UK press that Boris is about to scrape the amber/red system for fully vaccinated tourists

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15 minutes ago, bartender100 said:

Been talk in the UK press that Boris is about to scrape the amber/red system for fully vaccinated tourists

I thought they were going to stop the testing for those who are fully vaccinated when going to the UK, but the quarantine would remain for others who have not been vaccinated either in Europe, UK or the USA

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1 minute ago, ukrules said:

If you believe Phuket is some kind of success story then for you everything must be moving along nicely right now 🙄

 

Another compelling argument, backed by even more hard data.  I feel so owned.  

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