Major provinces in Thailand such as Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket are being served by many logistics companies. For some years, local full-service restaurants have been using home delivery services to expand their customer bases and drive up sales.
New Japanese department stores and restaurants are opened frequently in Thailand. In 2018, in Bangkok, a large new shopping centre owned by CP Group called ICONSIAM opened its doors to the public.
Introducing foreign cuisine to Thailand many years ago would have considered a big risk by some. However, taking that risk has now paid off for many restaurant owners, and in a big way.
With more restaurants opening daily in Thailand than they are closing, competition could not be higher. In any non-commercial area such as Khao San Road, generally one will find groups of employees in front of their restaurant engaged in hard-selling, targeting Thais and foreigners as they walk by.
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