Thailand and 8 Chinese partners sign tourism cooperation agreement, emphasizing the close relationship between the two countries.
Thailand Stresses Strong Alliance with Chinese Partners
Thailand’s Prime Minister, Srettha Thavisin, spoke at the signing ceremony of the Letter of Intent (LOI) on tourism cooperation between the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and 8 prominent Chinese partners. Thavisin emphasized the close relationship between China and Thailand, highlighting the saying, “China-Thailand are not far apart, we are siblings.” The Thai government is also working to make travel easier for Chinese tourists by implementing a Visa Free program.
Collaboration Aims to Boost Tourism Industry
The collaboration between Thailand and its Chinese partners, including companies such as Huawei and Ctrip, is aimed at benefiting both nations. The Thai Prime Minister expressed hope that this alliance would lead to mutual benefits, an improvement in the tourism industry, and a sustainable increase in tourism revenue. The signing of the agreement signifies a commitment to continued collaboration and cooperation.
Chinese Companies Join Forces with Thailand
Eight prominent Chinese partners, including Huawei, Meituan, and Alipay, have joined forces with Thailand in this tourism cooperation agreement. These companies play a significant role in the technology, travel, and media sectors in China. By partnering with these influential entities, Thailand aims to strengthen its tourism industry and promote travel between the two countries.
Source : National News Bureau of Thailand