Betong New Airport Set To Increase Tourist in Southern Thailand

Lots of people incorrect Betong Thailandwith Bentong in Pahang. We travelled to Betong two times and both by car. Betong is a small border town in Yala, Thailand and it surrounds Pengkalan Hulu Perak. Like many other Southern Thailand border towns, Betong is extremely popular with Malaysians numerous for its food, temples and scenery.Driving from Kuala Lumpur to Betong takes around 6 hours so it is a long drive. There is no airport in Betong at the minute but there will be a brand-new airport coming soon. When we were checking out Betong, we found the brand-new Betong Airport and it is anticipated to be completed either in late 2019 or early 2020.( adsbygoogle =window.adsbygoogle |

Why Betong’s new airport is necessary for tourism?You can see the success of the flights from Kuala Lumpur to Hadyai. It is more pricey than Kuala Lumpur to Krabi and Kuala Lumpur to Phuket. A typical fare for return flight to Hatyai from Kuala Lumpur can fetch at least RM 300++ and above. It is priced greater during peak season specifically vacations or school holidays.With the upcoming Betong airport, we hope AirAsia or Malindo will fly to this new airport given that they have actually extended the runway to support bigger aircrafts.Since there is no airport within< a href= http://www.placesandfoods.com/category/thailand/thailand-narathiwat > Narathiwat,< a href= http://www.placesandfoods.com/category/thailand/thailand-pattani > Pattani and< a href= http://www.placesandfoods.com/category/thailand/thailand-yala > Yala, the brand-new Betong airport will be convenient for residents to take a trip around the nation and out of nation. (adsbygoogle= window.adsbygoogle |

We wish to take a trip to Betong through flight than on the roadway one day. Perhaps in the two to three years, we shall review Betong?If you have

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http://www.placesandfoods.com/category/thailand/thailand-yala > here.Do you understand that there are numerous Malaysians staying in Betong Thailand? Most of these Malaysians are ex-communists and they fled to this part of Thailand as they were repelled by the Malaysian and British solders numerous years earlier. These communists are not simply primarily Chinese however likewise Malay, Indians and even Japanese. When the peace pact was signed in 1980s, the late Thai King provided them land and citizenship to provide a new lease of life to change for much better. There are still lots of ex-Communists in Betong and you can also check their side of history of Communism in Malaysia.

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