Tourism operators hope the military coup will boost the confidence of foreign tourists in the long term, but want a curfew exemption in some major tourist areas in the meantime.
Ayutthaya is always a destination for many foreigners visiting Thailand. (Bangkok Post file photo)
Sisdivachr Cheewarattanaporn, vice chairman of Tourism Council of Thailand (TCT) and president of the Association of Thai Travel Agents, said it was still too early to determine the impact of the military coup on the industry, but he believed there would be an immediate falling off in all areas.
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