Tue, 11 June 2019

Pai Tourism - Interview with an Emerging Destination in Thailand

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) used last week's Thailand Travel Mart (TTM+) to promote emerging destinations within the country.

One such destination, Pai in Thailand's northern Mae Hong Son province, was exhibiting at TTM+ and Steven Howard of sat down with Ms. Phatchareeporn Ruecha of the Pai Tourism Business Association to learn more about Pai as a tourist destination.

Phatchareeporn Ruecha. Click to enlarge.

In this exclusive interview, Ms. Phatchareeporn tells us more about Pai, how to get there, what the average length of stay is, where visitors are coming from and what targets Pai has for 2019.

We also discuss what there is to do in Pai, why people should visit, what type of hotels there are, how many 5-star hotel rooms there are in Pai, what Pai is doing about Airbnb and whether there is a strong hotel pipeline.

You will also discover whether smog is still an issue, what is the best time of year to visit, how Pai is looking to control tourism numbers in a sustainable manner, and why Pai is exhibiting at the Thailand Travel Mart (TTM+). All this and much, much more in the video and podcast below.

Pai Tourism - An Emerging Destination in Thailand


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