When Thailand’s hot spot of Thammasat became a hot spot for locals, it was already known as a hot-spot for foreigners.
But it also became a hotspot for local visitors who often stayed in the area as well.
Since it’s a popular tourist attraction, and the locals flock to the area for its unique atmosphere, the Thai people have created their own tourist-friendly hotels, shops and restaurants.
These hotels and restaurants offer visitors the best possible experience, even if it’s only for a short stay.
Thailand has been a hot destination for many tourists in recent years, especially since it began its modernisation in the 1990s, and now more and more locals flock here to experience the same.
The tourism industry has also helped Thailand become a popular destination for foreign visitors.
In addition to the tourists, Thai tourism has also provided many local residents with jobs and income.
The country’s tourism industry is one of the world’s largest, accounting for over half of Thailand’s GDP.
As a result, the economy of the country has grown by more than 10 percent annually since the beginning of the 20th century.
In 2020, the tourism sector grew to $5.3 trillion, while the economy was expected to grow by 4 percent in 2021.
The number of foreigners visiting Thailand has also grown.
In 2018, the number of foreign visitors exceeded 10 million.
Thailand is now the fifth most popular destination in the world for foreigners, after Mexico, Canada, France and the United States.
It is also the second most popular tourist destination for the younger age groups.
A study by the Tourism Research Institute (TRI) in April 2020 found that the average age of tourists visiting Thailand was 40.2 years old.
The average age in Thailand is also lower than the world average.
According to TRI, the average Thai person is 30.5 years old and is spending 30.6 percent of their total monthly income on accommodation and entertainment.
The top five tourist destinations in Thailand are Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai.
Thailand’s tourism has been growing for several years now, and has now surpassed Japan and Germany as the second largest tourism industry in the country.
Tourism is also one of Thailands most important economic sectors, accounting to 7.5 percent of GDP.
However, the country is struggling to compete with other countries.
In 2016, Thailand’s economy grew by 4.4 percent, according to the National Statistics Office.
It was the third lowest growth rate in Asia.
Tourism also contributes to the country’s economic growth.
According a report from the Institute for Economic Research, the economic impact of tourism has increased since 2000, when the tourism industry accounted for 8.7 percent of Thailand GDP.
In 2017, tourism accounted for more than 12 percent of the total economic output of the Republic of Thailand.
Thailand currently hosts around one million tourists a year.
Tourism contributes to around $1.7 trillion in the economy, according a 2017 report by the International Tourism Association (ITA).
Tourism is an important source of employment for the local population.
It also contributes in the construction sector and other industries.
Tourism provides employment opportunities for the unemployed people.
It can also be a source of tax revenue for the government.
Tourism and its businesses help the economy to become more efficient, more secure and more efficient.
However it also creates a number of challenges, including high pollution, pollution, health risks and pollution and air quality problems.
Tourism, in particular, is an extremely important driver of climate change, which has serious consequences for the health of the Thai economy.
Thailand suffers from climate change.
It’s a hot country with a relatively high average temperature, which is also linked to the high levels of pollutants in the air.
In the past decade, Thailand has experienced a lot of climate changes, including extreme heatwaves, drought and floods.
The recent floods in Thammsat are the largest in the nation’s history.
The flooding caused major damage to the city’s water supply system, and in the past, tourists have been forced to evacuate from the area.
Climate change also impacts tourism, because of the increasing heat and humidity in the region.
Tourism in Thailand also has a significant impact on the environment.
Tourism brings a lot to the tourism-dependent region of Pattaya.
Tourism has also contributed to the local economy.
In Thailand, the majority of the population works in the tourism and accommodation industries, while many of the workers in these industries are the locals.
Tourism accounts for 13 percent of total economic activity in the Kingdom.
Tourism represents the largest sector of the economy in Thailand.
It contributes a lot for the national economy, and is the third largest source of foreign direct investment in the United Kingdom.
According the Ministry of Tourism, the sector contributes about $3.2 trillion in gross domestic product (GDP) to Thailand, which means that tourism contributes to about one third of the national GDP.
Tourism exports more than one billion Euros to