The islands of Thailand and Cambodia are becoming more of a haven for foreigners.
But their residents are finding that they are becoming less welcoming to foreign visitors and more like a second-class citizens.
In recent months, the country’s tourism department has announced plans to shut down tourist shops and close tourist-only establishments in tourist-friendly areas.
And in the capital Bangkok, the government has decided to ban all private motorbikes, all-inclusive vehicles, and other vehicles that cannot be driven on public roads, and has begun confiscating tourist visas.
The new policy is in reaction to a growing number of reports of foreigners driving on Thai streets, using the streets to park their cars and then vandalising their vehicles.
This has led to a backlash in Thailand, with people on both sides of the border calling for the government to take stronger action against the criminals.
On Monday, Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade said it had received hundreds of complaints from tourists, residents, and business owners about foreign tourists being allowed to use their vehicles on the roads of Thailand.
The ministry also announced plans for the police to patrol the streets and arrest foreigners caught in the act.
According to the ministry, it will be “unacceptable for foreign tourists to use the roads and the public spaces of Thailand”.
In response, some foreigners have taken to the streets, with one person being arrested and others vandalising cars on the streets of Phuket.
Some people are now protesting outside the ministry headquarters in Bangkok on Sunday, demanding the government stop the crackdown.
Meanwhile, some tourists are also protesting outside government offices in Bangkok.
They are calling for a nationwide demonstration on Monday, saying that Thailand is losing its reputation as a country where tourists can come and stay.
According the Thai Association of Travel Agents, the number of foreign tourists in Thailand has fallen by almost 40 per cent in the last three years.
This year, the association expects that the number will fall further by 30 per cent.
In February, the ministry announced it would cut the number by 20 per cent, but the reduction was only temporary.
According in the Thai Tourism Association, about 90 per cent of foreign visitors in Thailand do not have a tourist visa, meaning they do not need one.
Thailand’s tourism minister has also said that there is “no way” that foreign tourists can return to Thailand because of the new measures announced by the government.
Some foreigners are also complaining that the new laws do not apply to foreign tourists visiting Thailand on vacation.
However, the Tourism Ministry says it will review the new regulations after the new year.
A spokesperson for the ministry said the government is still reviewing the new legislation.
In the meantime, many foreigners are planning to go on holiday this year and plan to make the most of their time in Thailand.