The prime minister expressed satisfaction that Thailand’s tourist offers were consistently listed among the top of lists made by international corporations and media.
Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha stated that comprehensive tourist development has been conducted to ensure long-term growth. He also stated that the government placed a high value on the travel business.
Kiplinger, an American provider of business predictions and personal finance advice, recently published its list of the “10 Cheapest Countries to Visit,” with Thailand ranking fourth.
According to Kiplinger, the average daily costs for a trip to Thailand was US$52, with rooms costing $21 per night and food costing roughly $14.
While airfares to Thailand might be pricey this time of year, the publisher claims that savings on other expenditures more than offset the difference. Thailand is also famed for its tropical beaches, jungle temples, Buddha sculptures, and delectable culinary options at restaurants and street markets, according to the article. Moreover, the monarchy is claimed to be the most visited country in Southeast Asia as a result of these attractions.
Laos came #1 on Kiplinger’s list of the 10 Cheapest Places to Visit, with average daily costs reaching just $15. Meanwhile, Turkey came in second at $23 and Indonesia came in third at $47.
Thailand was been recognized as an exceptional tourist destination alongside Italy at the Grand Travel Awards 2023 in Stockholm, Sweden. The yearly event, currently in its 30th year, chooses its venues by a vote of Swedish tourists and travel brokers.