chinese tourism investment

Improved Visa Policies to Boost Tourism and Investment between China and Thailand

Chinese Ambassador to Thailand, Han Zhiqiang, has expressed his support for the new government’s policies regarding visa privileges for Chinese visitors. This move is expected to stimulate tourism and investment between the two countries. Mr. Han discussed the visa measures during an orientation for the 18th Mandarin for Government Officers Workshop, organized by the ThaiChinese Cultural Relationship Council (TCCRC) and the King Prajadhipok’s Institute. Pol Lt Gen Pitak Jarusombat, deputy president of the TCCRC, also attended the event.

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ko samui tourism

Ko Samui Tourism Flourishes During Long Holiday

Ko Samui, a popular island resort in the southern province of Surat Thani, has seen a significant increase in tourism during the recent sixday long holiday. The surge began on Friday, the first day of the extended vacation, which was made possible by the cabinet’s decision to declare Monday, July 31, an extra day off. This decision led to a bustling and lively atmosphere at the Ko Samui airport, with numerous Thai and foreign tourists arriving on the island.

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thai-saudi relations tourism

Strengthening Thai-Saudi Relations: Focus on Tourism and Investment

Prime Minister Prayut Chanocha of Thailand recently held a meeting with Abdullah Mohammed Ibrahim AlSheikh, the chairman of Saudi Arabia’s Consultative Assembly. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss tourism and investment opportunities, particularly in Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), which spans the provinces of Chon Buri, Rayong, and Chachoengsao. The deputy government spokeswoman, Tipanan Sirichana, elaborated that the meeting aimed to strengthen legislative cooperation between the two countries.

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tourism safety

Tourist Volunteer Training Program: Prevention and Surveillance of Injuries from Toxic Jellyfish, 2nd Edition

On July 12, 2023, the 2nd edition of the Tourist Volunteer Training Program course focusing on the prevention and surveillance of injuries from toxic jellyfish commenced. The opening ceremony took place at Chaweng Conference Room, Suratthani Rajabhat University, Ko Samui District, and was presided over by Vice Mayor Ms. Supinya Sri Thongkun. A total of 50 participants attended the event, including government officials, municipal staff, nurses, and hotel employees. The lecturers for the event were Ms. Krisana Phromko and Dr. Maratsayu Ingkhaphatsakorn.

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