I picked up one of those tourist magazines the other day and it had listings of good places to go for the tourists. The interesting thing I noticed was the dual pricing which was plainly printed for the tourists to see that they were going to pay something like twice the price of the Thais. I thought it was against the regulations to have dual pricing. We certainly don’t have that in the UK. What is the real situation?
I get embarrassed by this situation, but I can also understand why this arises. The majority of Thai households do not have the spending power of the tourists, which is the basic reason behind the double pricing. It would be much better if these attractions advertised one price, but offered a 50 percent reduction for Thai residents (and that would include the foreigners who live here).