Europe’s pain is Bangkok’s gain.

India
January 1, 2011 11:18pm CST
The recent disruption in air traffic due to extreme cold climate prevailing all over Europe, especially at London forced tourists from India who were planning to enjoy happy Christmas and New Year day at Europe to make last minute holiday diversions to Bangkok and other Southeast Asian destinations. Is it so that Europe’s pain is Bangkok’s gain?
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@scheng1 (24800)
• Singapore
10 Nov 15
When Bangkok suffered from the great flood, and terrorism attack, the tourists move elsewhere. I think in this world, you win some and you lose some. There is no country that has too many tourists.
@tkonlinevn (5784)
• Vietnam
17 Jan 11
Why not? We can move to the country where we feel relax. It's not to argue!
@jak2010 (1550)
• Papua New Guinea
3 Jan 11
The nature makes it good for Bangkok to make more toursim dollars. If the weather pattern prevails in years to come, Bangkok can slowly become a toursim hub, Indians can enjoy their Asian borthers' hosipatality for some time yet.