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Thailand is rolling out the red carpet for Indian and Taiwanese travelers, with a visa waiver program that's set to kick from 10th Nov and last until to 10th May 2024. Here's the exciting part: Indian and Taiwanese travelers will be treated to a 30-day visa-free stay in Thailand, allowing them to explore this tropical paradise without the hassle of visas.
Indian and Taiwanese Tourists Granted 30-Day Visa-Free Entry to Thailand
India has emerged as the fourth-largest source of tourists in Thailand, with around 1.2 million Indians making their way to this enchanting land. This year, Thailand is all about showing India and its vibrant culture some love. Airlines and hotel chains are making it easier than ever to discover the charm of Thailand, so you'll find yourself right at home.
Just recently, Thailand decided to waive visa requirements for Chinese tourists, and now, they're ready to share the same warm welcome with Indian and Taiwanese visitors. Remember the staggering 39 million arrivals in 2019? Well, that record might just be surpassed, as Thailand is on a mission to bring back the vibrant tourist season.
From January until the end of October, Thailand already played host to 22 million guests, and the country's coffers have swelled with 927.5 billion baht (that's a whopping $25.67 billion) in revenue, according to the latest government data.
And the grand finale? Thailand's tourism sector has its sights set on a whopping 28 million arrivals this year. It's all part of a bold government strategy to not just rekindle tourism but also counter the impact of sluggish exports on the country's economic growth. So, pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable Thai adventure, because Thailand is calling, and it's calling your name!
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