Just like reports emerged stating that tourism is down almost 40% over last year, the Asian development bank has announced that Thailand’s economy is already set to recuperate as tourism is finally on the increase as the summer holidays abound.
Thailand which has seen recent crises devastate the tourism industry has become quick to reinvest inside the tourism to be able to try and revitalize and Chiang Mai Homestay to come and go to the ever famous Land of Smiles.
Having a stronger focus on short-haul tourism planned for 2010 and beyond, Thailand is looking for pragmatic ways to deal with the reduced number of visitors, as well as the nation’s practical approach is finally paying dividends as tourism is beginning to pick up.
In the height of the tourist slowdown, the Thai government revealed a variety of measures in efforts to help keep the spot light on Thailand, spending vast amounts of baht on promotional offers, discounts and free visas for tourists.
Until recently these incentives were having little effect because of the Thailand’s very recent history of instability, but recently the political situation has stabilized significantly providing a lot of international reassurance.
At the same time when both Bangkok and Chiang Mai have already been voted two of the best cities on the planet by independent review, these economic reports are providing a minimum of some reassurance to the many foreign and Thai owned tourism businesses operating within Thailand which have been affected badly through the drop in tourism.
With lots of promotional offers still essentially for tourists, the rainy months are now upon us, which signals the beginning of the annual low season in Thailand and tourist centers like Pattaya, Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai are common screaming out for tourists.
Whilst the rainy season is now here, it is still a perfect chance to have a relaxing break to the wonderful country of Thailand and discover all the country provides in peace and relative unspoilt harmony. Thailand ugwdar in some ways at its finest during the rainy season when the fields are green and also the rice is increasing.
Are You Aware: Thai weather has three main seasons: The new season, the wet season and the mild season! The worst from the wet season in Chiang Mai Homestay lasts around 3 to 4 months from August to November, and chances are it is actually nowhere near as wet as you think! Typically rainy season includes daily rainfall lasting 3 or 4 hours, accompanied by nonstop rain inside the evenings. Bring an umbrella and enjoy yourself!