TAT sees 1m arrivals per month during last quarter

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The Bangkok Post

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is looking forward to drawing at least 1 million tourists per month during the high season in the final quarter thanks to a less cumbersome entry process. The agency reported a spike on Friday in Thailand Pass registrations thanks to the new entry rules enacted on April 1. “Even though there are challenging factors such as low travel confidence, a poor economy, the Russia-Ukraine conflict, a labour shortage in the tourism sector and heated competition from other destinations, our goal of 7-10 million arrivals remains within sight,” said TAT governor Yuth…

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