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Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) - HD Video Interview

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[HD video interview] At the recent JATA Tourism Forum and Travel Showcase 2012 in Tokyo, Japan, Steven Howard of ASIA Travel Tips sat down with Ms. Jamnong Junnapiya, Executive Director - East Asia Region, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).

In the HD interview you will learn how many delegates from Thailand attended the 2012 event,  how many visitor arrivals Thailand received from Japan in 2011 and how many have already been received this year and are expected by the end of 2012.

We ask how the Japanese visitors has matured and evolved over the years, and who TAT is targeting from Japan, which destinations within Thailand are now popular with Japanese tourists compared to before, what the average length of stay is for a Japanese visitor, and how many of the visitor arrivals from Japan are coming on business, against those that are coming for a holiday etc.

We also ask what Ms. Jamnong Junnapiya's thoughts are on airlines such as Emirates which are launching direct flights to Phuket, and what impact it may have on Bangkok and tourism in general.

Ms. Jamnong Junnapiya also answers the question about how she thinks JATA can improve, and much, much more.

Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) - HD Video Interview

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