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A Chiang Rai commerce official hosted a meeting yesterday for business and tourism sectors to discuss reopening the Mae Sai district’s border crossing with Myanmar. The first Thai-Myanmar Friendship Bridge connecting the two countries there has been closed ever since Covid-19 hit Thailand in 2020. Since then, Mae Sai has lost a hundred billion baht per year, according to Pakaimas Vierra, the vice president of the Mae Sai Chamber of Commerce, who hosted the meeting. Mae Sae used to be the most thriving economic district of Chiang Rai, but completely deteriorated following the border closure. Many shops had to close […]

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Thailand’s land border with Malaysia opened earlier this month. Now fully-vaccinated travellers can freely cross the land border on the southern end of the Malay peninsula with only a valid passport and proof of vaccination.

Should be the same at Bangkok airports too, for all travellers.

Double standards again or do they have US$10,000 insurance plans?

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