Tourism Authority of Thailand Rep Speaks on Bangkok

 

The Tourism Authority of Thailand's Los Angeles Office released this statement today in regard to the situation in Bangkok:

The recent situations in Thailand have left us all greatly saddened for the country.  We at the Tourism Authority of Thailand Los Angeles Office would like to ensure our commitment to continue to promote tourism to Thailand.  

It is with your help and the efforts of your organization, Thailand will again welcome visitors from around the world.  We are committed to the revitalization of Thailand as a major destination and we are certain nothing can waiver Thailand's renowned hospitality, rich culture and warm smile.  

Should you have any inquiries regarding Thailand's status or should you need any additional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at 1-800-THAILAND or email [email protected].

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