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Officials meet to assess Hua Hin’s readiness to reopen to foreign tourists


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Officials met on Thursday (Oct 28) to iron out the final details of Hua Hin’s reopening plan and to asses the town’s readiness to reopen to vaccinated foreign tourists.

 

With November 1 being a matter of days away, officials including Mr. Jeerawat Prahmanee, Permanent Secretary of Hua Hin Municipality converged on Hua Hin’s District Office to attend the meeting chaired by Mr. Ram Singhasophit, Deputy District Chief of Administrative Administration Group, acting on behalf of Hua Hin District.

 

The meeting heard how Hua Hin and Nong Kae subdistricts have been designated as the pilot areas for tourism in Prachuap Khiri Khan.

 

Full Story: https://www.huahintoday.com/hua-hin-news/officials-meet-to-assess-hua-hins-readiness-to-reopen-to-foreign-tourists/

 

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just jumping in a taxi from Pattaya to assess how open Hua Hin is right now 

 

oh wait why bother - it is 90% locked up and shuttered just like Pattaya 

 

 

I hate having to repeat the point but if you cannot fully open to locals how on earth do you expect people to travel here from outside Thailand ?

 

I know many people that are living here given the chance would be outa this B S  in an instant

 

 

TAT and their mates in the CCSA and ultimately the puritan Prayuth have destroyed this country, that's what happens when air tries to run a country

 

I really hope the people of Thailand have the resolve to remove these uneducated military power mongers  from power and I hope equally that those power mongers recognise that the game is up and go peacefully, there is no place for them in Thai society - they either go peacefully or ..................................................

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From link Fully vaccinated foreign tourists who arrive in Thailand from one of the 46 low risk countries and territories and who then test negative on day 1 of their arrival will be free to go anywhere in Thailand under the ‘Test & Go’ policy. They will then need to self test on day 6 or 7.

 

 

Where did that day 6/7 testing come from ? They adding in another NEW  barrier that we are unaware of ? 

 

 

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The meeting heard how Hua Hin and Nong Kae subdistricts have been designated as the pilot areas for tourism in Prachuap Khiri Khan.

Travel to Hua HIn to visit "designated areas" and half of it still closed off.

Farcical to say Hua Hin is open.

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6 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Where did that day 6/7 testing come from ? They adding in another NEW  barrier that we are unaware of ?

Nothing new, requirement has always been 1 x PCR & 1 x ATK.

Those that are unaware should look to the source rather than the media.

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6 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

From link Fully vaccinated foreign tourists who arrive in Thailand from one of the 46 low risk countries and territories and who then test negative on day 1 of their arrival will be free to go anywhere in Thailand under the ‘Test & Go’ policy. They will then need to self test on day 6 or 7.

 

 

Where did that day 6/7 testing come from ? They adding in another NEW  barrier that we are unaware of ? 

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/thailandprd/photos/4750466724976704

 

 

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hua hin is ready - it has been rammed all week since last weekend's 4 day holiday...... 

 

not with farang, but with those thai people from their capital

 

i am sure it can cope with a few more people if it needs to

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Makes no difference.. Its November next week and Europeans do not book trips to the other side of the world at one months notice. Besides the risk with PCR testing on arrival and waiting in a hotel for results are not gonna entice people in other than the long stayers, which is the minority. Yet another season lost. I feel for the millions of Thais who've lost their jobs and businesses. Can't help but feel the army have intentionally screwed it up as they hate farang and don't want us here anyway. 

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