TAT organises ‘Phuket – Save The Sea Project’ responsible tourism event – For Immediate Release

TAT organises ‘Phuket – Save The Sea Project’ responsible tourism event – For Immediate Release


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Bangkok, 08 April, 2021 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Phuket Office recently organised a ‘Phuket – Save the Sea Project’ responsible tourism event to promote conservation of natural marine resources among all stakeholders, including tourists and dive operators, as well as to enhance the positive image of Phuket as one of Thailand’s best dive destinations.

The TAT Phuket Office hosted the two-day event, which took place at Kata Beach from 3-4 April, 2021, in cooperation with the Karon Subdistrict Municipal Office, dive operators, and local artists, as well as Phuket’s public and private sector partners.

Ms. Nantasiri Ranasiri, Director of the TAT Phuket Office, said, “Voluntourism is gaining popularity among domestic tourists, especially towards conservation of natural resources and the environment. This is particularly so for ocean cleanup activities, as it allows the opportunity to take part in voluntourism, while indulging in the natural wonders of the underwater world. We expect that this “Phuket – Save The Sea Project’ event would inspire more responsible tourism and enhance awareness of dive operators in Phuket among domestic tourists.”



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