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With Covid-19 still running rampant in Thailand, several tourist locations that were anticipating reopening in August or September are revising their plans to push back until October or later. Officials say that Chiang Mai will now delay their plans to reopen to international tourists due to Covid-19 issues. The deputy governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand announced yesterday that the scheduled “Charming Chiang Mai” programme aimed at reopening the province to international travellers in September will be delayed until October. The scheme had planned to first reopen the areas of Mueang, Mae Rim, Mae Tang and Doi Tao Districts […]

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The package part of that would put me off. I would hope that's not the only way to go to CM. Forced money raking packages are a big turn off.

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1 hour ago, TheDirtyDurian said:

The package part of that would put me off. I would hope that's not the only way to go to CM. Forced money raking packages are a big turn off.

Yes, locals don't see much from package deals. That's mostly scooped up by large companies.

And don't make me laugh 😂  80% ready? They surely mean 80% empty and closed!

I'm not complaining, because I'd rather be safe. But except for if you like to visit temples, there's little to come for. Just empty streets and empty premises. And rainy season!

Get those jabs going and stop waffling about everything else until 2 weeks after 70% have had two shots.

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6 hours ago, Jung said:

Travel packages is a big no no 

A much-shared view, I'm sure. And your debut post, too . . . thanks for that!

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