Tourism industry leaders in Thailand are to press for new, effective measures that improve safety and security for business and leisure travelers throughout the Kingdom.

A conference in Bangkok on Thursday, November14, will present findings from four workshops held last month (October 15) that addressed a broad range of issues threatening constantly to damage Thailand’s tourism image and reputation.

The workshops looked at ways of combating well-established “scams” that target tourists; how to better inform and educate visitors before they arrive in Thailand; how to raise awareness of the need for robust risk and crisis management planning and, finally, how to improve liaison and cooperation between the public and private sectors.

via Thailand’s tourism leaders press for new safety and security measures – eTurboNews.com.

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