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South Thailand’s hotels are eager for a surge in visitors during Thailand’s high season from October to December. About 80% of hotels in Songkhla province have reopened after ‘Thailand Pass’ was scrapped on July 1, according to the Songkhla Tourism Industry Council. Since Thailand Pass was scrapped, Songkhla has welcomed a rush of Malaysian tourists driving across the border. The president of the Songkhla Tourism Industry Council says the council expects more than 90% of operators to resume their businesses this year. The president, Somphol Cheewawattanapong, said… “Songkhla is expected to attract about 800,000 foreign visitors in 2022, or about […]

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