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Southern Thai Tourism Improving with 85 Percent of Hotel Rooms Booked Until Next Month, says Hotel Association


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By Goongnang Suksawat

The southern tourism situation has improved with 85 percent of hotel rooms booked until next month, said the president of the Southern Hotel Association.

Mr. Sueksit Suwandissakun, the president of Southern Hotel Association, told The Phuket Express, “Tourism in the southern part of Thailand is better than December last year. Room bookings are at 85 percent which is more than we expected. Tourism has increased to levels at about the same as before Covid -19 in 2019. Many hotels are full in famous tourism areas. However, most of the room bookings are in three star hotels and below.”


“The booking rate this month is up to 80 percent meanwhile next month it is at 60 percent and even more booking is continuing . The limiting factor for tourism is that only 50 percent of flights are back to service when compared to 2019 (240 fights from 450 flights).


Full story: https://thephuketexpress.com/2023/02/03/southern-thai-tourism-improving-with-85-percent-of-hotel-rooms-booked-until-next-month-says-hotel-association/


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They should be hapy that the lights are 240 instead of 450.... in this article the hotels are almost fully occupied 85% if there were 450 flights where would the put people in??? 

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