TAT organises eco-tourism fair as it seeks to exploit green trend | Bangkok Post: business

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TAT organises eco-tourism fair as it seeks to exploit green trend

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) plans to organise the first official eco-tourism consumer fair in the third quarter next year to cash in on a growing trend. 

Vilaiwan Twichasri, TAT's deputy governor for tourism products and business, said the fair would feature ecological and green tourism products, soft adventure and One Tambon One Product items, focusing on domestic tourists.

Eco-tourism shows a concern for the environment, culture, tradition and sustainable interest of the planet.

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