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The Ministry of Interior’s proposal for relaxing regulations on small homestay hotels has been met with opposition from the Thai Hotels Association. The plan would expand a “homestay” exemption in the Hotel Act for small businesses with no more than 20 guests in no more than four rooms, increasing the maximum size and occupancy to 10 rooms and 30 guests. Proponents of the new draft proposal by the ministry say it will significantly benefit locals and help rebuild tourism. Local people can open a homestay as a side business to increase their monthly earnings. In doing so, it will provide […]

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