Published on : Friday, August 4, 2017
Thailand has successfully incorporated its diversification policy of territories by suggesting attractions and areas outside the country. As we know that Thailand has already reached the verge of over 30 million tourists annually, occupying the top spot in ASEAN countries along with a view of 42 million by 2020 (Euromonitor source).
At a recent promotional campaign, the proposal is reflected which is already in place or it appears to be in Italy via different documentaries of the television aiming on various North Thailand destinations, rural villages, mountains, cultural centers, and cities know for their historical past. One can find rural people who act as the safeguard of nature in the campaign find campaign, protect animals, rescuing enslaved elephants associated with various tourist activities and bringing them once again back to their natural habitat.
Thailand’s Tourism and Sports Minister of Thailand, Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, at the recent annual Tourism Congress held in Chiang Mai declared the new goals of the campaign. He also said that many young locals and foreign artists who love the history of the city could help in elevating Chiang Mai to the notoriety of an already-known ASEAN country.
The Minister’s prudence explains that the recent emerging number of repeat visitors, living experienced locals across the new destinations, could help in boosting and utilizing their knowledge of Thai destinations.