Six hospitality leaders on tourism impact of Thailand's military rule
Massive Protests. Election Results Nullified. Prime Minister Deposed. Martial Law. Coup. Curfews. These are the types of events that are supposed to turn a country into kryptonite for tourists. But time and again, Thailand’s travel industries have proved resilient in the face of political turmoil. Will the events of the last few days—and accompanying condemnations by western news media—mark a new chapter in what has seemed an ever-growing sector?