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Thailand News - Tourist VISA to be Extended to 90 days! | PATONG nightlife set for 4am!

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Check out this breaking news story from Thailand - the Thai government is considering extending tourist visas to 90 days! This would make Thailand one of the few countries in the world to offer such a long visa period!

In addition, the Patong nightlife is set to continue into the early hours of the morning - with bars staying open until 4am! This heatwave has been good for business, with locals and tourist alike flocking to the lively nightlife in Patong. Will these changes result in longer stays in Thailand for visitors? We'll have to wait and see... but for now, enjoy the news and the amazing Phuket lifestyle!
24-7 opening hours for U-Tapao airport only, not Pattaya: govt
Permission for the around-the-clock operations of entertainment places in the U-Tapao airport complex in Rayong province does not apply to nearby Pattaya and Rayong, according to the government.
Source - The Bangkok Post

PM to look into extending tourist visas to 90 days
The new government will consider extending tourist visa validities from 30 days to 90 days and the easing of immigration procedures, to make them more convenient for foreign tourists, said Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, responding to call from tourism business operators for the government to boost the tourism industry.
Source - Thai PBS World

Patong bar late trading ‘possible’, says Srettha
PHUKET: Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin during his visit to Bangla Rd in Patong last night (Aug 25) told local bar operators that extending the closing time for entertainment venues from 2am to 4am was ‘possible’.
Source - The Phuket News

Bar off Bangla caught with underage hostess
PHUKET: Just hours after Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin conducted his visit to Bangla Rd in Patong last night, police moved in and charged a bar operator for having a minor work as a hostess at a venue serving alcohol, and for having a minor work inappropriate hours.
Source - The Phuket News

New govt 'must act'
The incoming government must take urgent action to stimulate the economy by injecting budget funds into the system, academics and businesspeople said.
Source - The Bangkok Post
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