The Royal Kingdom of Thailand has been continuing on its course in becoming one of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations not just in the Asia Pacific Region, but in the world. Several cities and provinces in Thailand, including the kingdom’s capital city, Bangkok, have been voted as among the most visited tourist destinations all over the world and Bangkok for one, is among the top cities in terms of total expenses spent by tourists during their stay within the city. Despite the significant surge of success of Bangkok’s tourism industry, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has recently announced that there will be a 1-day seminar that will be held during the upcoming Thailand Travel Mart Plus 2017 which is scheduled to take place on June 14 to 16, 2017. The said seminar will be held on June 16 and will be focusing on helping various service providers from the tourism industry such as the Ad Lib Bangkok Luxury Hotel- which offer three accommodation options: Plush Room, Extra Plush Room and, Connecting Room, to furthermore strengthen their hold onto the success that the industry is riding in at the moment.
Aside from working on new mechanisms that will help the tourism industry in Bangkok and, in Thailand in general, the officials of TAT said that through this seminar, they will be able to attract a new and bigger workforce to help improve the growing tourism industry within the kingdom. This include improving competitiveness of Thai personnel especially those who are working at Ad Lib Bangkok Luxury Hotel– located nearby some of the most authentic street food stalls and restaurant in the city, because of the ever-evolving needs of vacationists are needed to be tended to. In addition to this, TATs officials said that they are hoping that participants from the industry will gain learn new trends and knowledge that is useful to improving the tourism industry, both from the senior tourism officials and, professionals who already have years’ worth of experience in terms of working in the hospitality industry. The said seminar is expected to have around 500 participants which are consisted of three groups: tourism personnel, academic professionals and, students from colleges and universities in the northern part of the kingdom.