Long weekend sees 1.4 million domestic tourists take to the road

Thailand put COVID-19 in the rear-view mirror as millions hit the road over the long weekend to crowd tourist attractions and temples throughout the country.

Months of pandemic cabin fever led to large crowds at beaches, markets and shopping districts in destinations such as Hua Hin, Cha-am, Pattaya and Bang Saen. Other popular spots such as Doi Suthep, Khao Kho and Khao Yai National Park reported the same.

Top tourism authority official Yuthasak Supasorn said yesterday that around 1.42 million people traveled, down from the usual 2 million travelers seen on four-day weekends. The number included those traveling for pleasure as well as long-delayed visits home after Songkran was postponed in April…

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