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StayinThailand2much

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  1. StayinThailand2much

    Number of tourists visiting Phuket still high – TAT Phuket

    Just by typing: "phuket tourism statistics 2017" into Google search, I got the following info: "PEBA members number 500 in Patong, with about 200 businesses in the Bangla Road entertainment area. ... In 2017 the number of tourists visiting Thailandexceeded 35 million. Thanasak expects daily tourist spending to increase to 5,200 baht per person in 2017, up from 5,100 baht in 2016. Tourism in Thailand - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tourism_in_Thailand" However, according to Kanokkittika Kritwuttikorn, the director of Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Phuket Office: “Ratio of Thai and foreign tourists is 15:85. Total visitors are 1,034,908 in November. An average spend for each visitor per day day is 8,212 baht which generated 40,391.47 million baht in November.” Either someone is lying, or the average spend per visitor is up a whopping 58% year-on-year!
  2. Not sure about UK passports, but old passports usually get voided when getting new ones, so if you're in this part of the world, no way to leave on the old and enter on the new passport.
  3. Remind me to stay away from this part of town in the early morning hours...
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    Not-so-crafty plan sees fake shop owner take Bt10m diamond

    The BiB, after careful investigation, are now convinced, that the second perpetrator, who rode the bike, is the ghost of the long-deceased man...
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    2 Ugandans arrested for prostitution

    And no work permit...
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    2 Ugandans arrested for prostitution

    That's exactly why Thai women are grilled by immigration staff when entering places like Japan or Hong Kong...
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