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Thailand is open for business again

The country has been recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic for more than two years, and it’s now ready to take the next step in its recovery process: attracting more than 30 million tourists in 2023.

The country’s tourism sector has seen a surge in interest since it reopened to foreign travellers. The number of domestic visitors has increased by 19% year over year, while international arrivals are up 16%. This strong growth shows that Thailand is back on track after years of economic stagnation due to COVID-19.

Senior government officials have expressed confidence that the country’s economy has entered its recovery phase after more than two years of negative growth due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The main driver of the recovery is tourism, which has rebounded strongly after the devastation wrought by pandemic-induced travel bans and quarantines.

Since July 1, when Thailand fully reopened to foreign travellers, dropping the requirement that they present a negative PCR test prior to departure, travellers have once again flocked to

Covered with luxury resorts, large swaths of white-sand beaches and vibrant cities, Thailand is a place that’s been frequented by travellers for generations. Now that COVID-19 has subsided, the country is poised to become even more popular, and travellers are flocking there again to explore its awe-inspiring natural wonders.

And that’s good news for Thailand — and for all of us who love travelling there!