Extremely popular for its sanctuaries and tropical shorelines the kingdom is a noteworthy worldwide traveler center, with around 32 million guests expected in 2016 and the business representing around a tenth of the economy.
Be that as it may, a little number of outsiders fall foul of the law and the nation's military rulers, who seized power two years prior, have promised to get serious about those outstaying on their visas or carrying out wrongdoings.
At a question and answer session in Bangkok on Tuesday the organization said the area following SIM cards would help powers.
"It is not to utmost travelers' rights. Rather it is to find them which will help if there are a few sightseers who exceed or flee (from police)," Secretary General Takorn Tantasith told correspondents.
There were few insights about the proposition. Takorn did not say if voyagers would need to purchase the SIM cards or on the off chance that they would be given to them for nothing out of pocket. Nor were there insights about the arrangement's expense or time period.
He said powers would just have the capacity to track sightseers utilizing the SIM cards in the event that they had a court request, yet did not expand on how the following innovation would function.
Addressing journalists after the public interview, he included that the NBTC would look for guidance from police, tourism powers and visit administrators before choosing whether to push ahead with the proposition.