A number of authorities in Bangkok will implement new tourist attractions.

Bangkok is already one of the favourite holiday hotspots in the entire world – the most popular outside of Europe according to a recent poll by Mastercard – but Thai tourism chiefs are not resting on their laurels.

According to the Bangkok Post, the Tourism Authority of Thailand, the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau, the Tourism Department, the ministry’s permanent secretary and the Royal Thai Air Force will collaborate on six new initiatives to attract even more people.

Some of the proposals include installing signs and directions around attractions and authorities want these in place by January next year.

Other, more radical, ideas will see new theme parks constructed.

This would mean that people will have a further reason to visit Thailand other than the rich cultural experience and the amazing nightlife.

Suwat Sidthilaw, the ministry’s permanent secretary, said that in total around 29 new attractions will be built under the existing plans.

Written by Nicholas


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