The Tourism and Sports Ministry plans to waive visa fees for visitors of more countries to boost tourism.
Association of Thai Travel Agents' members handled 216,257 international travellers at Suvarnabhumi Airport in May representing a remarkable growth of 212.93% from 69,107 visits during the same month last year, according to the association's latest data.
This year the TAT will once again hold an Amazing Thailand Grand Sale, running from June 15 until August 15.
Tourist arrivals to Thailand during the first quarter of this year improved 14.96%, the Tourism Council of Thailand reported, Monday, but it says it will review the year's target due to natural disasters both in Thailand and Japan.
The travel business in Thailand is likely to suffer a negative impact over the next three to six months as Japanese tourists defer plans to come here, while Thais are likely to travel to other countries for fear of being caught in another quake.
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