Thailand Tourism Standard to usher in new era of optimum Thai tourism

Thailand Tourism Standard to usher in new era of optimum Thai tourism

Thailand Tourism Standard was established by the Department of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism and Sports to enhance Thai tourism competitiveness on the global stage.

It covers all dimensions of quality tourism for entrepreneurs to utilise as a guideline for tourism development. Indicators,  together with systematic assessment created, aim to envision Thailand as a quality tourism destination that is clean, fair, safe, comfortable, and unique. 

The Department of Tourism strongly believes that applying Thailand Tourism Standard through responsible and sustainable tourism development is a key engine to ensure a positive image and maintain strong competitiveness of the Thai tourism industry in the global tourism arena. https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2977056232341050

Thailand Tourism Standard Database is a Web-based Application which provides assessments and certified standards of Thailand Tourism. Organisations that would like to receive tourism certifications can do so by submitting a request form to have their organisations evaluated and certified though the website . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46vVbWma3Sk 

For more details, please contact http://tts.dot.go.th or "Thailand Tourism Standard" Facebook page.

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