The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is set to organize Cha-Am’s annual tourism festival during September 12th – 15th with an aim to boost local economy. According to the TAT, Cha-Am’s annual tourism festival is one of its plans to promote local tourism.
The festival will be held at Cha-Am beach, Phetchaburi province, where travelers can join in various activities including shellfish eating, bird watching, and squid fishing.
Furthermore, the TAT will provide a stage called “Trade Meet” at a resort in Cha-am on September 13th for business operators in the tourism industry to make business deals.
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