The Tourism Authority of Thailand has raised its year-end forecast for foreign arrivals to 14.1m due to an unexpected surge in tourists last month. Foreign visitors to Thailand rose by 24.91% year-on-year to 1.34m in November, according to TAT figures. The percentage rise, however, is from a period last year when arrivals were affected by the blockading of Bangkok’s airports by yellow-shirted protesters.
TAT raises Tourist forecast
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