Thai ministries to ‘instruct’ tourists how to behave

Tourists arriving in the country will be given black ribbons to wear.
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Deputy Prime Minister Gen Tanasak Patimapragon said he has instructed the two ministries to issue brochures advising foreign tourists visiting the country how to behave appropriately during the mourning period of the Thai people.

Although the country is in the mourning period, he remained confident of this year’s target of 32 million tourist arrivals as tourists from Europe, Middle East and ASEAN continue to come as usual although a slight fall in tourists from the United States.He said plane tourists arriving in the country will be given black ribbons as well.

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Report shared by ThaiPBS

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