Phase 4 of ‘We Travel Together’ program extended until end of October

The Thai cabinet today (Tuesday) decided to extend Phase 4 of the “Rao Tiew Duay Kan” (We Travel Together) program until the end of October, because there was a residual…

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TAT to propose extending Phase 4 of “We Travel Together” tourism program

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) will propose extending Phase 4 of the “Rao Tiew Duay Kan” (We Travel Together) domestic tourism program until December to the Center for Economic…

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Pha-Ngan Island / Photo from tourismthailand.org

฿9bn approved to revive Thailand’s “We Travel Together” stimulus scheme

The Thai cabinet approved a budget of nine billion baht today (Monday) to revive the “We Travel Together” (Rao Tiew Duay Kan) economic stimulus scheme, from February until July, to…

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Lifting of some COVID restrictions takes effect Friday, more people travel

Today (Friday) is the first on which many businesses in Thailand’s 29 COVID-19 “dark red” provinces have seen some restrictions eased, as the situation improves. Among the changes is the…

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Domestic tourism urged to be promoted as backup plan to overseas arrivals

The Thai Hotels Association is urging the government to come up with measures to promote domestic tourism, because it is unsure that the plan, earlier announced by Prime Minister Prayut…

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A medical worker prepares Covid-19 coronavirus swab test for international passengers arriving for the “Phuket Sandbox” tourism scheme that allows vaccinated visitors at Phuket International Airport in Phuket on July 1, 2021.

Phuket to seal off from domestic visits amid COVID surge, “sandbox” for overseas arrivals still underway

The southern resort island of Phuket will seal off from domestic visits from August 3rd – 16th, according to a Phuket provincial order dated today (Thursday), amid rising COVID-19 infections…

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Pha-Ngan Island / Photo from tourismthailand.org

TAT plans to boost domestic tourism among three target groups

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) will seek Cabinet approval for its plan to boost domestic tourism by targeting affluent Thais, who can afford overseas trips, adding that between 12…

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1,000-baht cash handout for domestic tourism gets positive feedback

Finance Ministry boasts positive feedback of “Eat, Shop, Spend” handout program or  Bt1,000 cash giveaway, saying that more than 1 million people have signed up to participate in the program…

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