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Krabi tourism looks to 'The Sandbox' to turn back clock to 2019
Thursday, 10th June 2021
Source : Bill Barnett - Managing Director, C9 Hotelworks

New airport terminal coming later part of this year and while Thailand shutting the door on international tourists in March 2020, Krabi Airport trafficked over one million domestic passengers last year.

Outside of Bangkok the destination had the fifth-highest airport passenger tally in the country.

Comparing major Southern Thai resort destinations, Krabi is one that historically balances well between the international and domestic markets.

In the new Krabi Hotel Market Update from C9 Hotelworks, we take a look back at pre-Covid trading to examine from what point hoteliers hope tourism will upcycle towards recovery and what will the trends be.

During the domestic-led past year, it has been interesting to see how the destination with it’s  resort-centric, nature-based attractions has fared well in comparison to other resort areas in the South of the country.

One thing that is for certain is Krabi is a dynamic fit for post-Covid-19 travel and is likely to tap a strong share of demand as nature becomes the new luxury icon for travel.

Download the full report here (pdf)

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