The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) held a special ceremony on March 19 to mark the 58th year since its founding which comprised of traditional Thai celebrations to acknowledge its role in the development of Thailand’s leading service-sector industry.
The event took place at the TAT headquarters in Bangkok with the ceremonies being led by the chairman of the TAT board Mr Kalin Sarasin.
Celebrations and religious rites included a blessing from Buddhist monks , worship at the Cham Devi Shrine, and a ceremony to make merit to a bronze image of Field Marshall Sarit Thanarat, the man who originally founded TAT back in 1960.
A ceremony was also held in the afternoon to present awards for long service achievements to senior members of the organization as well as more religious blessings and activities.
Source : TravelDailyNews
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