The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is collaborating with 10 other organizations to promote better tourism standards in Thailand.

TAT Product Promotion Department Director Mrs. Benjawan Sunetworakul said the TAT has signed a memorandum of understanding with 10 relevant organizations to raise the standards of Thai tourism for foreign tourists.

Among the 10 organizations are the Airports of Thailand, the Immigration Bureau, the Tourist Police Division, the Revenue Department and the Thai Hotel Association. A seminar entitled ‘Smile Host’ has also been held as part of a joint effort to teach people in the tourism industry on how to be a good host and hone their language skills.

The seminar was divided into two sessions, one for AoT executives and the other for transport company employees who work at Suvarnabhumi Airport. Mrs. Benjawan said this move will create a long-lasting impression on tourists and make them want to revisit Thailand.

via TAT collaborating with 10 organizations in raising tourism standards : National News Bureau of Thailand.

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