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TAT looks to welcome high-end Asean tourists

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High-end tourists from four Asean countries are expected to generate at least 1.3 billion baht in income for Thai tourism next year, reports the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT). 

Foreign tourists wait for a ferry to visit the famous Temple of the Dawn. TAT plans to focus on high-end travellers from Asean countries this year. THITI WANNAMONTHA

The agency plans to spend 124 million baht on marketing campaigns to attract them.

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