Phuket still safe for travel


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Phuket Wan has a story about how Phuket is still safe for travel, which is good to hear. I've seen a lot of concerned postings on various message boards. Every time this kind of thing happens, tourists immediately start to reconsider their travel plans.

The Gazette reports that 20% of bookings made in Phuket before Songkran have been canceled, but even so, those figures aren't terrible for Phuket and there is still some glimmer of hope. Perhaps most importantly, the airport is operating as usual.

Most of the tourists who canceled their travel plans in Phuket are Chinese and Japanese. It seems that no matter what you do, you can't keep the Brits and Aussies out of Phuket.

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  1. Phuket is 110% normal. Songkran was fun, the bike week was well attended, our dive shop has not had any cancellations, indeed we are quite busy for the time of year. I had a customer in today who was in Bangkok over the weekend and only knew something was happening when he saw it on the TV. In Bangkok.

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