For many prospective tourists, the prospect of spending 14 days in a hotel room is enough to put them off travelling altogether. Photo: Shutterstock
For many prospective tourists, the prospect of spending 14 days in a hotel room is enough to put them off travelling altogether. Photo: Shutterstock
Mercedes Hutton
Opinion

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Quarantines are killing Thailand’s tourism industry, and not even a long holiday can offset 14 days of isolation

  • Despite reopening to long-stay tourists in October, Thailand attracted relatively few arrivals
  • By comparison, the Maldives, which is quarantine-free, has recorded relatively respectable visitor numbers

For many prospective tourists, the prospect of spending 14 days in a hotel room is enough to put them off travelling altogether. Photo: Shutterstock
For many prospective tourists, the prospect of spending 14 days in a hotel room is enough to put them off travelling altogether. Photo: Shutterstock
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