Let Thailand charm you again
Are you already planning holiday trips after a corona pandemic? If you dream of beautiful beaches, stunning nature, delicious food and sunny weather, diverse Thailand is the perfect choice for your next adventure.
In Thailand, tourism is a major source of income for many people and the country has had only a fraction of tourists normal since last February, but the slowdown in tourism has also had positive effects.
The pandemic period has provided a respite for Thai nature, during which the country’s beaches, national parks, rainforests and coral reefs have recovered and recovered. The break has also made it possible to clean the beaches more efficiently of rubbish, and in the popular resort of Phuket, for example, you can see a significant difference in cleanliness.
Even before the corona pandemic in Thailand, more attention was paid to sustainable tourism. Sustainable tourism is part of the new norm, and tourism in Thailand will continue to focus more on outdoor activities, nature experiences and well-being. Sustainable destinations with fewer tourists are also sure to grow in popularity.
For the tourist, other positive effects of the corona pandemic are lower prices and quieter travel destinations. The next holiday in Thailand is an excellent opportunity to pamper yourself with better accommodation or unique experiences that might not normally be enough for a travel budget. After a pandemic, Thai destinations can enjoy a real way of life and their own peace before other travelers find their way back to their favorite destinations.
Phuket and Khao Lak are familiar to many Finns, and when tourism opens, it’s a great time to go back to your old favorite destinations and remember why tourists initially fell in love with these destinations. Koh Yao Yain and Koh Yao Noi Islands, located within easy reach of Phuket, are also a great option for travelers looking for unspoilt nature and peace. In Thailand, one can easily experience many wonderful destinations during one holiday.
In Thailand, new practices and hygiene guidelines such as face masks, hand and body temperature measurements have been widely adopted. Up-to-date information on Thailand’s opening up to tourists, as well as more information on other practices, can be found Thai state tourism website. You can find inspiration for planning a holiday in Thailand on Facebook From the Amazing Thainess page.
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Source: Thai state tourism
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