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Phang Nga has been visited by one million tourists so far this year

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According to a story from Nation Thailand, Governor Ekkarat stated that the province planned to attract 10 million tourists from both inside and outside of Thailand and anticipated generating at least 1 billion baht in revenue. While Phang Nga has been visited by one million people so far in 2018, it was reported in September that Phuket, which is also a popular destination for vacationers, has already welcomed four million people so far in 2018. As of the 26th of October, Thailand had already exceeded the 7 million mark in terms of the number of international tourists who visited the country. In 2019, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) anticipates receiving approximately 18 million tourists from other countries. While the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is setting its sights on short-haul markets such as Southeast Asia and the South Pacific, it is not getting its hopes up for an influx of Chinese visitors visiting Thailand anytime soon. Officials from the TAT anticipate that a little under 600 billion baht of the 971 billion baht revenue target for 2023 will come from short-haul sources. This objective was established in 2023.

As a result of an increase in the number of tourists coming from Malaysia and India, Thailand is on track to reach its goal of 10 million tourists by the end of the year. Since the beginning of 2022, Thailand has played host to more than one million tourists from Malaysia and approximately 600,000 tourists from India. The province of Phang Nga has established a target of welcoming up to 10 million tourists in the coming year. At the inauguration of Phang Nga’s Tourism Season 2022, which is being held under the theme “Dive to the Nature – Enjoy It All,” Governor Ekkarat Lessen gave a speech on Saturday. This year, one million people visited the province of Phang Nga in Thailand, which is known as a popular destination for vacations. On November 6, Phang Nga’s tourism officials greeted Veronika Labajova, a visitor from Slovakia who became the destination’s one-millionth guest overall, with gifts.

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