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On December 10th, Thailand will celebrate the country’s 10 millionth tourist

The Ministry of Transport and the airlines have been informed of the issue, and Prime Minister Prayut has urged that they find a solution and boost the number of flights to Thailand. Additionally, he stated that Thailand must hire and train extra ground operation personnel in order to accommodate the increased number of tourists. Yuthasak, the governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), has announced that the agency will host an event entitled “Amazing Thailand 10 Million Celebrations” to commemorate the nation’s achievements. In addition, the TAT will distribute gifts and other mementos to travelers who enter Thailand on Saturday. As of the 5th of December in this year, Thailand had received 9,78 million international tourists.” The Tourism Authority of Thailand has encouraged partners to join the campaign to commemorate this success and emphasize Thailand’s readiness to welcome foreign tourists across the country.” Seven airports around the country will host the event, including Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Don Mueng International Airport, U-Tapao International Airport, Chiang Mai International Airport, Phuket International Airport, and Krabi International Airport. Land travelers can also celebrate with Thailand at the Nong Khai Border Checkpoint in the province of Nong Khai and the Sadao Border Checkpoint in the province of Songkhla, which are located, respectively, in the northeastern and southern regions of the country. These checkpoints are located in Nong Khai and Songkhla provinces.

Yuthasak disclosed that there would be a lucky draw at Suvarnabhumi Airport with odd gifts, and that one lucky tourist would receive one of the unexpected gifts. I wonder if this puts the total number of tourists to 10 million. Thailand is expected to hit its target of 10 million tourists by December 10, and Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is putting pressure on the country’s airlines to boost the number of flights they offer to meet the increasing demand. Governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Yuthasak Supasorn praised the positive turn of events that occurred the day before. Between the beginning of this year and December 5th, Thailand welcomed more than nine million tourists. If current trends continue, Thailand will reach its annual goal of 10 million tourists by the 10th of December, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand. Anucha Burapachaisri, the spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office, revealed yesterday that there were a large number of additional tourists who wished to visit Thailand, but no accessible aircraft were available. Jarivat Wongsomsri, the director of the Thai Travel Service Association, made this information public roughly two months ago (TTSA). He also mentioned that Japanese tourists wishing to visit Thailand were unable to purchase airline tickets.

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