CHIANG RAI – Thailand’s Tourism Authority is considering measures for RV’s and travel trailers entering the country from China.
If the number of live-in trailers travelling into Thailand rises in the future, there will need to be measures to accommodate them including space allotment, as they require water, electricity, and garbage and sewage disposal.
“A father and son drove their house trailer to Thailand from the middle of China. Both stayed at a hotel as usual. They brought bicycles to ride.
“If they were tired from travelling, they would stop and take a break at rest areas,” he said.
In Europe, it costs vacationers more to stay at a trailer park than at a hotel, given the road tax, parking-lot tax and sewage fees involved.