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More than 3,000 tourists travel to Thailand through Thai-Lao border in Nong Khai after “Thailand Pass” cancellation


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By Nop Meechukhun

 

Nong Khai – The Thai-Lao border in Nong Khai is getting busier this weekend as Lao tourists have crossed the border to travel to the Kingdom after the Thai government canceled its “Thailand Pass” registration system on July 1st.

 

Local reporters reported yesterday, July 2nd, that a number of Lao visitors have flocked to the 1st Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge as well as Thai travelers, who mostly came as tour groups and families, also presented at the immigration checkpoint to visit Laos since the morning.

 

The Customs Service Department at Nong Khai Customs reported that the amount of tourists traveling in and out of the country has significantly increased recently. 

 

Full story: https://thepattayanews.com/2022/07/03/more-than-3000-tourists-travel-to-thailand-through-thai-lao-border-in-nong-khai-after-thailand-pass-cancellation/

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

The Customs Service Department at Nong Khai Customs reported that the amount of tourists traveling in and out of the country has significantly increased recently.

Be more interested to know how many don't go home !

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Many are headedness to Udon Thani Bangkok Hospital for treatment or other clinics.  Parking lot is packed with Lao licence plates. 

 

Laos Health system is terrible. 

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Nong Khai – The Thai-Lao border in Nong Khai is getting busier this weekend as Lao tourists have crossed the border to travel to the Kingdom after the Thai government canceled its “Thailand Pass” registration system on July 1st.

Could have achieved this back in January.

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