Tourism tax: How does Thailand compare with other countries? | Inquirer News

Tourism tax: How does Thailand compare with other countries?

/ 02:08 PM February 02, 2022

BANGKOK — Thailand plans to charge every visitor a 300-baht landing fee from April 1, with the revenue collected to be used for tourism development including disabled-friendly tourist attractions and boost revenue from the new tax by 1.5 billion baht in 2022.



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