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On the heels of the Ministry of Interior proposing to loosen laws that would let small hotels operate more simply as homestays, a coalition of hotel associations is calling for a relaxation of building guidelines that have made 20,000 small hotels illegal. The group of 10 hotel and tourism associations had submitted a letter on June 29 to the prime minister requesting that they loosen some of the requirements for smaller hotels that aren’t able to renovate buildings to meet code. As tourism is starting to recover in Thailand, some provincial governments have been getting more strict and forcing unregistered […]

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the fire escapes are unsafe (or the wrong size?) and disabled people cant get in.  I guess if theres a fire then, they would be doubly plessed to have not been in there in the first place.

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