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National parks ‘temporarily’ suspending e-ticketing

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Described as an ‘important update’, the TAT is informing its customers of the ‘temporary suspension’ of e-ticketing for entry to all of Thailand’s national parks. Locally, that includes the Phi Phi islands, Similan Islands and Phang Nga Bay.

“From 1 December 2023, visitors planning to visit the following national parks – Khao Yai, Doi Inthanon, Erawan, Hat Nappharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi, Mu Ko Similan and Ao Phang Nga – can purchase entry ticket at the park’s entrance.”

“According to the Department of National Parks Wildlife and Conservation, the e-ticketing system is being suspended for efficiency improvements.”

As to what those ‘efficiency improvements’ are? No details…

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