About The Club

Tourism Resource Preservation Club Is a charity club Established with the aim of giving priority to Thai tourism resources.
It is necessary to preserve and develop sustainably to maximize the benefits of tourism in Thailand, the public, private and public throughout the country.
 
The Activities for the public. Supported by Mr. Suradej Yayasawat, former Senator of Phayao Province and former Chairman of the Senate Tourism Committee (4 times), who presided over the sponsorship of the club.

Objective

There are two purposes of tourism resource conservation club
  1. Participation in sustainable tourism development across the country.
  2. To contribute to the advice of members of the country.

Principles

Tourism Resource Preservation Club Going forward to conservation and develop tourism resources on 3 basic principles:
  1. Conservation of natural resources
  2. Human Resource Development
 

3. Promoting investment resources conservation of natural resources   means the maintenance of places of natural attractions in a sustainable way. Conservation of forests, mountains, caves, rivers, streams,

Mangroves, sandy beaches, islands, coral reefs, wildlife and aquatic animals.
 
      Human Resource Development   refers to:
  Developing human resources   to provide international level knowledge and skills by giving advice such as training in foreign language skills.
  Service skills related to tourism. The importance of safety in life and property. Cleanliness hygiene Regularity
  And the environment is good.
  And the preservation of man-made things   such as historic sites. By providing knowledge and understanding of the maintenance of national treasures such as temples, palaces, antiques.
  Excavations, local arts and culture. And Thai traditions.
 
      support Investment   means to encourage tourism operators to be strong and successful in their businesses.
Expansion of future business such as hotels, hotels, resorts, resorts, bungalows, home-stays, tour operators, car rental, restaurants, beverages, entertainment, spa - traditional massage.
Souvenir shop and more They also advise the general public who are interested in small scale tourism businesses that want to make a sustainable income for themselves and their families.
 Conservation of natural resources   means the maintenance of places of natural attractions in a sustainable way. Conservation of forests, mountains, caves, rivers, streams,
Mangroves, sandy beaches, islands, coral reefs, wildlife and aquatic animals.
 
      Human Resource Development   refers to
  Developing human resources   to provide international level knowledge and skills by giving advice such as training in foreign language skills.
  Service skills related to tourism. The importance of safety in life and property. Cleanliness hygiene Regularity
  And the environment is good.
  And the preservation of man-made things   such as historic sites. By providing knowledge and understanding of the maintenance of national treasures such as temples, palaces, antiques.
  Excavations, local arts and culture. And Thai traditions.
 
      support Investment   means to encourage tourism operators to be strong and successful in their businesses.
Expansion of future business such as hotels, hotels, resorts, resorts, bungalows, homestays, tour operators, car rental, restaurants, beverages, entertainment, spa - traditional massage.
Souvenir shop and more They also advise the general public who are interested in small scale tourism businesses that want to make a sustainable income for themselves and their families.

Management of Tourism Resource Conservation Club

President of Thai Tourism Resource Conservation Club
Kassin Kinniman
(Chairman, Advisory Board, Minister of Tourism and Sports)

Vice President of Tourism Resource Conservation Club
Mr. Narisarin Lertwilert
(Vice Chairman of the Advisory Board, Minister of Tourism and Sports)

Creative Director
Mr. Setthepong Siriyo

Vice President of Creative
Mrs. Krisdaine Somboon

Consultant Tourism Resource Conservation Club
  Mr. Veeraphan Chayangnaranuraya
  Mr. Puangphak Chuak
  Khun Amnaporn Mayamjnong
  Mr. Kris Srikrit
  Apichat Svaswannakij