It's business as usual in Thailand

April 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);4/24/2009, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the travel bookings to Thailand in the wake of the latest political demonstrations. According to tour operators, the business has remained as usual even after the demonstrations. It informs that the British diplomatic and consular service has withdrawn its advisory against travel to the country after an end to the latest political upheaval.


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