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Thailand’s tourism is still on the go

Dear Clients,

Thailand is always ready to welcome tourists with a friendly smile. Visitors planning to visit the kingdom need not worry about the country being under the administration of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) as that has had no impact on Thailand’s tourism at all.

As a matter of fact, Thailand’s reputation as one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations is being strengthened. The NCPO has introduced and enforced a series of measures and developments in an aim to help improve the experience of travellers and tourists visiting the kingdom.

Over the last couple of weeks, Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumit Airport and Phuket International Airport have seen actions and measures launched in a bid to clampdown on the illicit control of taxi operations. Phuket has also witnessed its popular beaches in Surin, Bang Tao, Laypang, Layan and Patong being returned to their natural pristine states, following a clear-out of beach encroachment. Pattaya has also witnessed its beachside walk being cleared-out of illegal business operations.

Thailand remains a safe tourist destination, offering a wide variety of tourist attractions, ranging from unique culture, abundant natural beauty and remarkable variety of activities, including soft-adventure, spa, shopping and medical tourism.

Tayland herzaman turistlere sicak bir gulucukle merhaba demistir. Taylanda seyahat yapacaklarin artik herhangi bir endisesi olmasin.

Tayland yine dunyanin en popular destinasyonu oldugunu NCPO onderliginde tekrar kanitliyor.

Gecen birkac hafta icinde Suvamabhumit ve Puket uluslararasi havalimanlarinda legal olmayan taksi faaliyetlerine yonelik bir girisim oldu.Puketin meshur Surin’Bang Tao’Laypang’Layan ve Patong plajlari turistlerin rahat edebilecegi normal seyrine dondu.Pattaya da ayni sekilde guvenli bir yer haline getirildi.

Tayland turistler icin guvenli ve turistlere yonelik kultur,dogal guzellikler, spa,alisveris ve medikal turizmin yapildigi guvenli bir destinasyondur.