The Tourism Authority of Thailand announced today that even with the situation in Asia Pacific, travelers can be confident that Thailand remains a safe and welcoming tourist destination.
Thailand, as well as neighboring countries, have not been affected by any airborne radioactive materials. There is almost zero risk of such materials reaching Thailand. Government inspectors are screening food imports and have not detected any indications of radiation. Thailand is self-sufficient in terms of food production and renowned for its cuisine, which is based on fresh, local ingredients.
Anybody considering a visit to Thailand in the near future doesn't need to worry, as everything here is normal. The number of tourist arrivals remains robust, as people come here to enjoy Thailand's unique culture, abundant natural beauty and remarkable variety of attractions
April is one of the most exciting months for tourists to come to Thailand. The world-renowned Songkran Festival takes place from 13 to 15 April. Songkran, the traditional Thai New Year celebration, is known for the good-natured water splashing that takes place on the streets throughout Thailand. With its ancient traditional roots, the Festival is also a time for renewing family ties, religious ceremonies and merit-making.
Visitors to Thailand can be confident they will have a safe and enjoyable holiday filled with great memories. As usual, Thai people are waiting to greet visitors with a friendly smile as seen in the campaign “Amazing Thailand Always Amazes You”.
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