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I Hate Thailand Gains Momentum

Category: Tourism, Posted:25 Nov 2014 | 06:00 am

Love it. Hate it. A growing number of residents in Thailand are weighing in on TAT's viral campaign.
The video which comes in just over five minutes covers the life of a foreigner named James who has a number of unfortunately experiences and stays on the Kingdom for two years.
Taking on YouTube is a mighty task for TAT but seems to be part of the new Discover Thainess campaign.
While original, press reports are tracing back the evolution to a previous independent video named Never Go To Thailand, which in fact was about all the great experiences.
Anyway at least we are moving past the expired Amazing Thailand era.

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