Thailand Tourism says OTM is doing ‘very good job’

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After successfully promoting wedding, filming and golfing to the huge Indian market, Thailand Tourism has now turned its focus towards adventure tourism. As part of this aim, Thailand Tourism is striving to break the notion that adventure trips are necessarily expensive: You don’t need to own a Harley Davidson to enjoy biking in the mountains, runs one of the campaigns.
In fact, Thailand Tourism can arrange from a low-cost to a high-end adventure trip, depending on time, taste and pocket of the traveller.
At its OTM Mumbai’s pavillion, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has brought a large number of private participants to woo Indian travellers through their Indian trade counterparts.
“OTM is actually B2B, and it is doing a very good job for the tourism industry,” said Sethapan Buddhani, Director, Tourism Authority of Thailand (Mumbai). “It is worth the money to join OTM. Here we get more and more partners, every year it is getting bigger and better. This is the venue to see your partners, build relationships, and more than anything, it is trust that we get from OTM,” he added.
The latest trends in adventure tourism include whitewater rafting, diving, elephant trekking, rock climbing, kayaking, canoeing, cave exploring, biking, cycling, canopy adventures and many more. Thailand has everything, said Buddhani.