Thailand seeks more tourism investors

phuket-thailandFacing a surge in visitor numbers, Thailand is now starting to promote investment into additional leisure activities that support conventional beach and entertainment holidays in the country.

The Thai Board of Investment recently came up with new incentives for investment into yacht marinas, theme parks, cultural centers, aquariums, open zoos, convention halls and international exhibition centers.

Other opportunities for investment in Thailand’s tourism infrastructure would be cinema complexes, hospitals, hotels, long-term accommodations for foreign retirees, short-haul air transport, tow boat or yacht renting and ocean marina services.

The number of tourists coming to the country has increased rapidly over the past years. After 19,2 million visitors in 2011, Thailand welcomed 22,3 million in 2012, making it second largest tourist destination in ASEAN  behind Malaysia with around 24 million visitors.

Tourism still remains as a major attraction in Thailand’s service industry. Thailand is a popular tourist destination for its tropical climate, beaches, lively nightlife, diverse and friendly culture, delicious food, shopping centers, and its location at the heart of Southeast Asia with Bangkok being a major travel hub for the entire region.

 



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Facing a surge in visitor numbers, Thailand is now starting to promote investment into additional leisure activities that support conventional beach and entertainment holidays in the country. The Thai Board of Investment recently came up with new incentives for investment into yacht marinas, theme parks, cultural centers, aquariums, open zoos, convention halls and international exhibition centers. Other opportunities for investment in Thailand's tourism infrastructure would be cinema complexes, hospitals, hotels, long-term accommodations for foreign retirees, short-haul air transport, tow boat or yacht renting and ocean marina services. The number of tourists coming to the country has increased rapidly over the...

phuket-thailandFacing a surge in visitor numbers, Thailand is now starting to promote investment into additional leisure activities that support conventional beach and entertainment holidays in the country.

The Thai Board of Investment recently came up with new incentives for investment into yacht marinas, theme parks, cultural centers, aquariums, open zoos, convention halls and international exhibition centers.

Other opportunities for investment in Thailand’s tourism infrastructure would be cinema complexes, hospitals, hotels, long-term accommodations for foreign retirees, short-haul air transport, tow boat or yacht renting and ocean marina services.

The number of tourists coming to the country has increased rapidly over the past years. After 19,2 million visitors in 2011, Thailand welcomed 22,3 million in 2012, making it second largest tourist destination in ASEAN  behind Malaysia with around 24 million visitors.

Tourism still remains as a major attraction in Thailand’s service industry. Thailand is a popular tourist destination for its tropical climate, beaches, lively nightlife, diverse and friendly culture, delicious food, shopping centers, and its location at the heart of Southeast Asia with Bangkok being a major travel hub for the entire region.

 



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1 COMMENT

  1. Thailand has begun looking into the future, especially within tourism. As tourism continues to grow, Thailand realizes that it must look for foreign investment in order to accommodate and provide the ideal tourist destination for visitors. If Thailand is able to complete its tourist infrastructure, Thailand will see growth in its economy and stability for the future.

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