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TAT targets lagging South

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Fishing boats in Koh Kut Island

Fishing boats in Koh Kut Island, Trat province. Photo: Josef Knecht.


The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is set to boost domestic travel in the South, claiming the area still has fewer native visitors than other regions.

Nithee Sriprae, the TAT’s newly appointed executive director for the southern region, said the agency created a new campaign called Chippajon Long South, or Travel to the South, specifically to encourage Thais to visit the area.

Full story: Bangkok Post

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BANGKOK POST


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