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By The Phuket News

 

PHUKET: Taxi drivers and beach operators in Patong have called for continued support from the Cabinet to promote tourism in an effort to ensure increasing numbers of tourists are attracted to the island.

 

The meeting of the roaming Cabinet will take place in Krabi between Nov 15-16 and local business owners are urging Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew to request continued support by staging new events and activities to help promote tourism and sustain efforts to revive the economy.

 

Nuttaphong Phromthongsuk, a limousine taxi driver for the Car Service Cooperative in Patong, said conditions have improved since the Phuket Sandbox model started welcoming tourists back from July 1 and especially since the official opening to vaccinated tourists from 63 low-risk countries on Nov 1.

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/cabinet-urged-to-support-more-events-in-patong-81990.php

 

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8 minutes ago, webfact said:

to request continued support by staging new events and activities to help promote tourism and sustain efforts to revive the economy.

Soft Drinks festival ? Where's Wally the tourist search ? 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

PHUKET: Taxi drivers and beach operators in Patong have called for continued support from the Cabinet to promote tourism in an effort to ensure increasing numbers of tourists are attracted to the island.

You've had more support than the rest of Thailand put together... 

You're open, the rest is up to you and your illustrious governor.

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