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Thailand is open for business from next month!

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Probably because it is going bust but fully vaccinated Brits will be able to visit Thailand from next month! Probably means anyone else can also but I heard it on British radio so check your local news provider - I know this will be good news for @Yohan Jerry and a fair few others who have been waiting patiently for things to get back to normal! Good luck with your travels! :D


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yick wrote:
October 11th, 2021, 8:31 am
Probably because it is going bust but fully vaccinated Brits will be able to visit Thailand from next month! Probably means anyone else can also but I heard it on British radio so check your local news provider - I know this will be good news for @Yohan Jerry and a fair few others who have been waiting patiently for things to get back to normal! Good luck with your travels! :D
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yick wrote:
October 11th, 2021, 8:31 am
Probably because it is going bust but fully vaccinated Brits will be able to visit Thailand from next month! Probably means anyone else can also but I heard it on British radio so check your local news provider - I know this will be good news for @Yohan Jerry and a fair few others who have been waiting patiently for things to get back to normal! Good luck with your travels! :D
Thanks for your nice words, Yick, however what the Thai government considers as 'open' and what I consider as 'open' are 2 very different things.
It depends on the region, Bangkok/Chonburi (Pattaya) still have its problems and vaccination there is going on slowly.

Covid-19 is still a threat in Thailand.

https://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnew ... r-9-375127

Ideas how to open that region (unlike Phuket, Koh Samui = islands) are changing every week. I will see if I can go this year, and if not - no problem, I can wait, my life is fine in Japan.

https://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnew ... c-1-375347
https://www.pattayamail.com/latestnews/ ... ace-375351

About Pattaya, the city is severely damaged because of floods, and there are jobless people, beggars etc. everywhere and may shops and hotels etc. are closed.

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The good news however is about Japan, after a huge mass vaccination campaign over 3 months, the number of acute cases during peak of 231.596 patients went rapidly down during the last 4 weeks to today only 11.785 patients, now about 93 million Japanese people are vaccinated and vaccinations are still ongoing everywhere.

We will see when JAPAN is finally open, it's not only for travel TO Thailand, it's for me also about coming back FROM Thailand...
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Yohan wrote:
October 12th, 2021, 12:07 am
yick wrote:
October 11th, 2021, 8:31 am
Probably because it is going bust but fully vaccinated Brits will be able to visit Thailand from next month! Probably means anyone else can also but I heard it on British radio so check your local news provider - I know this will be good news for @Yohan Jerry and a fair few others who have been waiting patiently for things to get back to normal! Good luck with your travels! :D
Thanks for your nice words, Yick, however what the Thai government considers as 'open' and what I consider as 'open' are 2 very different things.
It depends on the region, Bangkok/Chonburi (Pattaya) still have its problems and vaccination there is going on slowly.

Covid-19 is still a threat in Thailand.

https://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnew ... r-9-375127

Ideas how to open that region (unlike Phuket, Koh Samui = islands) are changing every week. I will see if I can go this year, and if not - no problem, I can wait, my life is fine in Japan.

https://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnew ... c-1-375347
https://www.pattayamail.com/latestnews/ ... ace-375351

About Pattaya, the city is severely damaged because of floods, and there are jobless people, beggars etc. everywhere and may shops and hotels etc. are closed.

----------------------------

The good news however is about Japan, after a huge mass vaccination campaign over 3 months, the number of acute cases during peak of 231.596 patients went rapidly down during the last 4 weeks to today only 11.785 patients, now about 93 million Japanese people are vaccinated and vaccinations are still ongoing everywhere.

We will see when JAPAN is finally open, it's not only for travel TO Thailand, it's for me also about coming back FROM Thailand...
Theres a lot of people who don't care if they catch covid or not. Theyre more concerned about the inconveniences of travel more than anything else. If theres any chance you can be slammed with a quarantine or a huge hospital bill just because someone tested positive or you test positive asymptomatically, anywhere along the journey, its going to sway people away from travel. I think tourism is just going to be close to dead in Thailand for at least the next 5 years. The place is going to be unrecognizable. If you're headed out to live on a farm or just hang out on the beach in Hua hin and thats your idea retirement, Thailands is still going to be great. If the nightlife you remembered from the mid-2010s is what you're after, thats going to be a long way off, if it ever does return....
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jerryrigged wrote:
October 13th, 2021, 9:39 am
Yohan wrote:
October 12th, 2021, 12:07 am
yick wrote:
October 11th, 2021, 8:31 am
Probably because it is going bust but fully vaccinated Brits will be able to visit Thailand from next month! Probably means anyone else can also but I heard it on British radio so check your local news provider - I know this will be good news for @Yohan Jerry and a fair few others who have been waiting patiently for things to get back to normal! Good luck with your travels! :D
Thanks for your nice words, Yick, however what the Thai government considers as 'open' and what I consider as 'open' are 2 very different things.
It depends on the region, Bangkok/Chonburi (Pattaya) still have its problems and vaccination there is going on slowly.

Covid-19 is still a threat in Thailand.

https://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnew ... r-9-375127

Ideas how to open that region (unlike Phuket, Koh Samui = islands) are changing every week. I will see if I can go this year, and if not - no problem, I can wait, my life is fine in Japan.

https://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnew ... c-1-375347
https://www.pattayamail.com/latestnews/ ... ace-375351

About Pattaya, the city is severely damaged because of floods, and there are jobless people, beggars etc. everywhere and may shops and hotels etc. are closed.

----------------------------

The good news however is about Japan, after a huge mass vaccination campaign over 3 months, the number of acute cases during peak of 231.596 patients went rapidly down during the last 4 weeks to today only 11.785 patients, now about 93 million Japanese people are vaccinated and vaccinations are still ongoing everywhere.

We will see when JAPAN is finally open, it's not only for travel TO Thailand, it's for me also about coming back FROM Thailand...
Theres a lot of people who don't care if they catch covid or not. Theyre more concerned about the inconveniences of travel more than anything else. If theres any chance you can be slammed with a quarantine or a huge hospital bill just because someone tested positive or you test positive asymptomatically, anywhere along the journey, its going to sway people away from travel. I think tourism is just going to be close to dead in Thailand for at least the next 5 years. The place is going to be unrecognizable. If you're headed out to live on a farm or just hang out on the beach in Hua hin and thats your idea retirement, Thailands is still going to be great. If the nightlife you remembered from the mid-2010s is what you're after, thats going to be a long way off, if it ever does return....
Thank jerryrigged for quote me it make me feel big honor and you number 1 expert aborder for thai

if you watch youtube everythingpataya you see advocation gentleman club in daytime replacement gogobar and boozingbar so the aborders jus need swich from nightplay to dayplay and wala problem solve
"Close minded genius more dangerous than 10,000 dimwits" - Spencer

"It takes far less effort to find and move to the society that has what you want than it does to try to reconstruct an existing society to match your standards." - Harry Browne

"Wiseton is a very dynamic individual, what most would call a genius. He's started a movement, and only genius types can do such a thing." - Boycottamericanwomen
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Re: Thailand is open for business from next month!

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Spencer wrote:
October 13th, 2021, 10:11 am
jerryrigged wrote:
October 13th, 2021, 9:39 am
Yohan wrote:
October 12th, 2021, 12:07 am
yick wrote:
October 11th, 2021, 8:31 am
Probably because it is going bust but fully vaccinated Brits will be able to visit Thailand from next month! Probably means anyone else can also but I heard it on British radio so check your local news provider - I know this will be good news for @Yohan Jerry and a fair few others who have been waiting patiently for things to get back to normal! Good luck with your travels! :D
Thanks for your nice words, Yick, however what the Thai government considers as 'open' and what I consider as 'open' are 2 very different things.
It depends on the region, Bangkok/Chonburi (Pattaya) still have its problems and vaccination there is going on slowly.

Covid-19 is still a threat in Thailand.

https://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnew ... r-9-375127

Ideas how to open that region (unlike Phuket, Koh Samui = islands) are changing every week. I will see if I can go this year, and if not - no problem, I can wait, my life is fine in Japan.

https://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnew ... c-1-375347
https://www.pattayamail.com/latestnews/ ... ace-375351

About Pattaya, the city is severely damaged because of floods, and there are jobless people, beggars etc. everywhere and may shops and hotels etc. are closed.

----------------------------

The good news however is about Japan, after a huge mass vaccination campaign over 3 months, the number of acute cases during peak of 231.596 patients went rapidly down during the last 4 weeks to today only 11.785 patients, now about 93 million Japanese people are vaccinated and vaccinations are still ongoing everywhere.

We will see when JAPAN is finally open, it's not only for travel TO Thailand, it's for me also about coming back FROM Thailand...
Theres a lot of people who don't care if they catch covid or not. Theyre more concerned about the inconveniences of travel more than anything else. If theres any chance you can be slammed with a quarantine or a huge hospital bill just because someone tested positive or you test positive asymptomatically, anywhere along the journey, its going to sway people away from travel. I think tourism is just going to be close to dead in Thailand for at least the next 5 years. The place is going to be unrecognizable. If you're headed out to live on a farm or just hang out on the beach in Hua hin and thats your idea retirement, Thailands is still going to be great. If the nightlife you remembered from the mid-2010s is what you're after, thats going to be a long way off, if it ever does return....
Thank jerryrigged for quote me it make me feel big honor and you number 1 expert aborder for thai

if you watch youtube everythingpataya you see advocation gentleman club in daytime replacement gogobar and boozingbar so the aborders jus need swich from nightplay to dayplay and wala problem solve
Your words will always verberate in my mind, Mr Spencer. I see what you are saying about the bars for sure for sure
If you love someone tell them because hearts are often broken by unspoken words. - Kim Jong Un

"Close mind genus more dangrous than 10,000 dumwits" - Spencer
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