Tourism is one the major industries in any given nation that has a big impact on the well-being of a nation’s economy. Aside from the fact that an active tourism industry gives more employment opportunities to the locals residing in the area near tourist destinations, the money that tourists are paying for whatever they are buying for or whatever services they are availing from a specific tourist will go to the funds of the national government which can be used to improve these tourist spots for them to continue attract more and more vacationists and sight-hungry people. Thailand, for one, has been in a current surge in terms of having a booming tourism industry as of late. In fact, verified figures released by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports in Thailand has shown that during the first 4 months of 2017, 12 million visitors, 7.5 million of that number are citizens from East Asian nations, have already visited the kingdom while spending around 620 billion Baht. That number is 4.7% higher than what the kingdom’s tourism industry was able to generate which amounted to 220 billion Baht during the same period in 2016. Part of that generated number came from vacationists who spent a good number of nights at a concept hotel in Sukhumvit which offers a wide variety of facilities for clients which include a rooftop swimming pool, a fitness centre for those who want to stay in shape, and function rooms for events.
According to Tourism Authority of Thailand officials, one of the main reasons for the surge of number of tourist arrivals plus luxurious spending of tourists themselves is that Thailand is able to offer new experiences that are unique no matter how frequent you visit the kingdom and that these paying tourists are slowing recognizing the obvious fact that Thailand can indeed offer luxurious experiences in terms of accommodations from a concept hotel in Sukhumvit which can also offer travel and tour assistance to its guests, authentic taste of Thai cuisine and, various leisure opportunities which are considered among the world’s bests in terms of international ratings.