Chiang Mai Marathon & Half Marathon, 10K
Chiang Mai City, Thailand
December 18, 2022 With COVID-19 It has severely impacted the economy and tourism around the world. Thailand has been through countless epidemics and natural disasters. But it must be admitted that this time, the most intense. Tourism will return as early as late 2022, but will return in a changing pattern of behavior. In other words, travelers are concerned about their safety, and the country itself maintains travel restrictions.
However, in the midst of the crisis, Thailand has been able to prove effective in controlling the pandemic to gain global recognition. It makes people believe they want to come to Thailand. Safety selling points Health tourism are the protagonists of Thailand’s tourism post-COVID. Another selling point is familiarity. Both culture and food, as well as the selling point of both the restored nature and the thai people’s willingness to help support them, are also the selling points of mass sports tourism
, walking and running for health. Control a healthy diet, good rest, and a healthy person, with over 95% of runners participating in the event. It’s not focused on winning, but on competing with yourself. It’s a boring sport for viewers, so there’s no one to watch. There’s no gambling, there’s only charity, it takes a long time to compete. Social distancing has been allowed since the COVID-19 pandemic hit around the world and in Thailand. As a result of the investigation, to date, there has not been a single
case of COVID-19 from the marathon field in the past 2 years. The “Muang Thai-Chiang Mai Marathon” is the “only running event in the country” that is held continuously on a scheduled basis every year. There was no abstinence, despite many problems, held under the Running New Normal safety measures, “safely opening up the city to the country”.