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    The Value of a Tourist.

    By Sean Moran, Created on: 18/01/2009, Last updated on: 15/12/2010

    » What are some of the most common positive and negative results of foreign tourists from overseas visiting Thailand? Thai opinions welcome, kap.

    • patrickoniam commented : tourist are definitely imprtant to thailands economy. Although Thailand does have other ways of earning money too!!! like exports. In general, most tourists who go to thailand are pretty good and well behaved and they spend their money and do their part and contribution to the thai economy. But why is everyone on here thinking that the current ecnonmy downturn is affecting Thailand only? Are other countries immune to the crisis are they? Ive always said this and will continue to do so - Thailand offers value for money that alot of countries cannot. Even in these times. Thats why people will not stop going to Thailand - regardless of what happened there. Look at Bali - They had how bombings there? and how many people got killed there? Yet people are still going to Bali Thailand is no different and there are no bombings there. Well, none that claimed any lives.I see alot of people on here saying they will stop travelling to Thailand. I highly doubt that As I said, Thailand offers value that not many countries can and also service cannot compare anywhere else

    • villager commented : [quote="patrickoniam":1m4ghj2l]tourist are definitely imprtant to thailands economy. Although Thailand does have other ways of earning money too!!! like exports. In general, most tourists who go to thailand are pretty good and well behaved and they spend their money and do their part and contribution to the thai economy. But why is everyone on here thinking that the current ecnonmy downturn is affecting Thailand only? Are other countries immune to the crisis are they? Ive always said this and will continue to do so - Thailand offers value for money that alot of countries cannot. Even in these times. Thats why people will not stop going to Thailand - regardless of what happened there. Look at Bali - They had how bombings there? and how many people got killed there? Yet people are still going to Bali Thailand is no different and there are no bombings there. Well, none that claimed any lives.I see alot of people on here saying they will stop travelling to Thailand. I highly doubt that As I said, Thailand offers value that not many countries can and also service cannot compare anywhere else[/quote:1m4ghj2l] Quite right Patrick, people DO forget, of course it suits the purposes for the "PROPHETS OF DOOM" that the Dems, Abhi, and PAD to state that tourism is irreparably damaged,and that they and they only are fully responsible for tourism,s demise in Thailand from which it will never recover,LOLOLOL.

    • Ian commented : I have several friends in the Uk who are in the building trade, mostly brickies. Anyone with the slightest knowledge of the UK climate will know that the winter months are a slack time. They will also know that brickies earn good money. So they come to Thailand, or rather they did until visas became a pain, now I hear they go to Bali

    • Sean Moran commented : [quote="Ian":35wwc1yk]I have several friends in the Uk who are in the building trade, mostly brickies. Anyone with the slightest knowledge of the UK climate will know that the winter months are a slack time. They will also know that brickies earn good money. So they come to Thailand, or rather they did until visas became a pain, now I hear they go to Bali [/quote:35wwc1yk] [img:35wwc1yk]http://www.geocities.com/smorandom/stor/cebunew.jpg[/img:35wwc1yk]

    • villager commented : [quote="Ian":2d46e5ch]I have several friends in the Uk who are in the building trade, mostly brickies. Anyone with the slightest knowledge of the UK climate will know that the winter months are a slack time. They will also know that brickies earn good money. So they come to Thailand, or rather they did until visas became a pain, now I hear they go to Bali [/quote:2d46e5ch] Hi Ian, its still childs play to get a double entry tourist visa, which with your 2 x30 day extensions will give you 6 months in all, of course you have to leave the country after 90 days, and then re enter but for most tourists this is no big deal.

    • Ian commented : [quote="villager":tmhiqxy5][quote="Ian":tmhiqxy5]I have several friends in the Uk who are in the building trade, mostly brickies. Anyone with the slightest knowledge of the UK climate will know that the winter months are a slack time. They will also know that brickies earn good money. So they come to Thailand, or rather they did until visas became a pain, now I hear they go to Bali [/quote:tmhiqxy5] Hi Ian, its still childs play to get a double entry tourist visa, which with your 2 x30 day extensions will give you 6 months in all, of course you have to leave the country after 90 days, and then re enter but for most tourists this is no big deal.[/quote:tmhiqxy5] Child's play to you perhaps, have you ever watched a brickie trying to fill in a form

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