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Aiming to provide local and international tourists with accurate and timely travel information, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has recently upgraded its mobile apps.

Niklas Wagner has been named as the new director of operations at Louis T Collection, where he will oversee its two Thai properties, Hotel Bocage Hua Hin during its opening and the newly renovated Mantra Samui Resort.

King Power International (KPI) announced that Leicester City Football Club (LCFC) welcomed 25 young people from Thailand's five southern border provinces as part of The My Hero Project Dreaming Love.

According to the results on tourism expenditure from major outbound markets, reported in the latest World Tourism Organization's (UNWTO) World Tourism Barometer, 2016 marked an increasing demand for international tourism across the world, with many source markets demonstrating a double-digit growth in spending.

Pascal Eggerstedt has been appointed as the new general manager of Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi – Yas Island and Staybridge Suites Abu Dhabi – Yas Island, where he will oversee operations at both properties.

Hotelbeds Group announced that Bangkok will be the host destination for the first edition of Hotelbeds MarketHub Asia, to be held at AVANI Riverside Bangkok on May 22 – 25 under the theme Powered by data, driven by people.

Veerapol Poungvarin has assumed the role of resort manager of Centara Kata Resort Phuket, a transfer from his previous position at Centara Chaan Talay Resorts & Villas Trat.

Following talks regarding inbound tourism, representatives from Dusit International, led by Sukanya Janchoo, general manager, Dusit Thani Bangkok and Jurairat Sirisambhand, corporate director, partnership marketing and advertising, visited Yuthasak Supasorn, governor, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), in December 2016.

Dusit International has rolled out Total Quality Management (TQM) systems across its entire portfolio of properties, making it one of the first Thai-owned hospitality companies to meet the criteria of the International Organization for Standardisation's ISO 9000 series and to commit to continuous improvement in all aspects of its operations.

Deutsche Hospitality has signed an agreement for its first hotel in Thailand, the five-star Steigenberger Hotel Riverside, set to open in Bangkok in 2019.