Thailand all set to host APEC 2022

Thailand all set to host APEC 2022

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to join together with the Royal Thai Government and the Thai people as Thailand has assumed the role of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 2022 host country, according to media reports.

Thailand is hosting the APEC 2022 under the theme ‘Open. Connect. Balance.’, which will see the country pushing forward three key priorities to develop the Asia-Pacific region through the concept of the Bio-Circular-Green or BCG economy model. These include facilitating trade and investment, promoting balance, sustainability and inclusivity, and restoring regional connectivity, particularly in the travel and tourism industry as the world exits the COVID-19 era.

The hosting of the APEC 2022 will also mark the first platform for the world’s leaders gathering after the global pandemic has subsided. Throughout Thailand’s host year, there will be hundreds of APEC meetings taking place in various destinations around the country, including the APEC Tourism Ministerial Meeting, which will provide Thailand with great opportunities to showcase tourism products and services to the world.

Mr Yuthasak Supasorn, TAT Governor, said, “TAT recently introduced our new marketing campaign, the Visit Thailand Year 2022, to promote the kingdom’s strengths in biological diversity and cultural richness under the “Amazing New Chapters” concept. So, this is indeed a splendid occasion to welcome the APEC leaders and delegates to Thailand in 2022.

“We believe the APEC delegates will be pleased to experience the pristine nature, glorious cultural heritage, and savoury delicacies with exceptional Thai hospitality that have impressed visitors around the world,” he added.

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