MEMBERS OF THE CABINET OF MINISTERS OF THAILAND WILL CHECK PHUKET FOR READINESS FOR
Thai cabinet members will visit Phuket and Koh Samui in early November. The purpose of the trip is to check the readiness of the islands to receive foreign tourists.
According to the deputy official representative of the government Ratchada Thanadirek, first the members of the Cabinet will visit Samui (November 2), and then arrive in Phuket (November 3).
The tasks facing the auditors are formulated as follows:
Support the tourism industry during the coronavirus crisis and check the islands' readiness to receive long-term tourists on the basis of special tourist visas (STV).
Promote the development of tourist attractions and the promotion of agricultural products from the provinces on the Andaman Sea coast.
For Deputy Prime Minister Jurin Laksanawisit - to collect information and get acquainted with the work of the provincial administrations in the provinces located on the coast of the Andaman Sea.
For Pailin Chuchottavorn, Chair of the Economic Action Committee of CESA, to review the current state of affairs and the required stimulus measures.
Ms. Thanadirek also added that members of the Cabinet delegation received an order from the head of government "to stay in different hotels to stimulate the local economy."