According to Variflight, China’s fourth most popular tourism destination is Thailand. The Global Times, according to a spokeswoman for the Thai government, published the information. The U.S. came in fourth, Japan third, and South Korea first.

Thailand was the second-most sought-after tourism destination in China. By air, sea, or land, 1.05 million foreigners traveled to Thailand in the previous month. This is a 118% increase over the 482,719 average monthly visitors from January to June. Travel and tourism are developing. Chinese tourists were recently spotted in the market in Pattaya, but unlike the usual organized tour groups that arrived prior to the epidemic, these visitors arrived as families. Returning Chinese tourists to Thailand. This month, China had 200% more international flights than last.

A percent of all foreign visitors to Thailand were Chinese before the Covid-19 epidemic. The Thai government made an effort to draw Indian tourists when Chinese tourists were hard to come by this year. The spokeswoman predicted that the recent spike in Chinese visitors will continue to rise. This benefits tourism in Thailand. A “travel bubble” that was created in March to promote tourism united Thailand and India. Even though there have been 200% more flights leaving China than there were last month, the number of Chinese tourists coming to Thailand is still substantially lower than it was before the outbreak. The noodle vendor advised the government to work on luring Chinese tourists back because they spend more money.

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