Hampton, Matthew
April 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);4/24/2009, p44
Trade Publication
The article discusses whether recent political disturbance and demonstrations in Bangkok, Thailand, will impact the tourism prospects of the region. Tour operators are quite concerned about the safety of their clients. Though Thailand has been labeled as the cheapest travel destination in 2009, recent unfolding of events can unsettle the confidence and enthusiasm of tourists as well as the tour operators.


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