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Phuket tourism outlook bright, infrastructure lags

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C9 Hotelworks, a consulting firm specialising in hotels, tourism and property development in Asia Pacific, still sees bright prospects for tourism in Phuket despite the fire that ravaged Tiger Pub and killed four people last week. 

C9 Hotelworks reported an 11% surge in airport arrivals in the first six months of this year for a total of 2.32 million passengers to Phuket.

The destination's hospitality industry chalked up a healthy 75% occupancy rate.

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