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TAT: Tourism industry yet to be affected by flooding
BANGKOK, Thailand - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) says the flooding situation in Thailand has yet to affect the tourism industry.

According to TAT Governor Surapol Svetasreni, despite the current floods in many provinces throughout the country, the tourism industry has not been sabotaged by the situation as tourist attractions are not damaged and the number of travelers is still the same, especially those foreign visitors, who still travel to places as usual.

When asked about the future of Thai tourism industry, the governor said the government's 2.2 trillion baht infrastructure project would be the key factor contributing to the growth and stability of the tourism sector as travelers will be able to get to places easier and quicker.