Travelers can travel to the capital, Bangkok, to book a room and stay with a local for as little as US$200 per night.
The only problem is that this can get expensive.
Here’s what you need to know about hotel deals in Thailand and how to book them.
Thailand’s Tourism Ministry estimates that between 40 and 100,000 foreign tourists visited the country in the first half of the year, mostly from Europe, the Middle East and the United States.
While it is not uncommon for Thai tourists to spend an average of US$500 on a stay, most of them do so for less than the US$300 or so that hotel deals are worth.
A recent study by the U.K.-based Center for Strategic and International Studies estimated that foreigners spend an extra US$7.5 billion on international travel in the year ending March 2018.
Tourism is also the primary source of income for most Thai businesses, according to the Thai Ministry of Tourism.
So it’s no surprise that the Tourism Ministry is also planning to boost hotel booking to meet demand.
But this is just the beginning.
The Tourism Ministry will also introduce new incentives to attract foreign tourists.
According to a statement by the ministry, the hotel booking incentive will increase by 5% this year and by another 10% next year.
This is the first time that incentives have been introduced in Thailand, and the ministry is working to increase the incentives across the board.
The incentives include: 1.
The first guest to book will receive a discount of up to 30% on the cost of the room, with a maximum of 30% off.
All guests will receive discounts of up a minimum of 15% on their hotel room.
If the guest’s stay lasts for more than 60 days, the guest will receive 10% more than the room price.
Guests staying longer than 60 hours will receive an additional 10% discount on their room.
The new hotel booking incentives will apply to all hotel rooms, not just rooms reserved for foreigners.
This includes hotel rooms reserved by foreign nationals.
The Tourism Ministry said it has also launched a new “Thai Destination” promotion program, which will reward guests for staying longer in Thailand by providing them with a hotel room and a hotel check-in card.
These cards will be used to book their rooms and will be available to hotel guests of all ages and incomes, as well as the local Thai population.
Thailand is already one of the fastest growing economies in Southeast Asia and the region.
But it has one of Asia’s highest rates of foreign travel, with more than 10 million foreign tourists visiting the country last year.
The tourism industry is also an important part of the economy of the country.
In addition to providing jobs, it’s also one of Thailand’s top tourist attractions.
In 2016, the country recorded 1.3 billion tourist arrivals, making it the world’s sixth-largest tourism destination.
Tourism accounts for 14.9% of the GDP, and it accounts for 13.5% of foreign direct investment in Thailand.