The Secretary-General of the Teachers Council of Thailand (Khurusapha) Amnat Sunthornthum has led a group of students and well known performers to bring the orchid, which is the symbol of Teacher’s Day on 16 January, to the Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha.
Representatives from the Family Network Foundation have also met with the Prime Minister to thank him and the government for issuing the policies that prevents children from smoking or using drugs.
Meanwhile, the representatives from the Ministry of Sports and Tourism, and the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) have also met with the Prime Minister to present him the ‘2015 Discover Thainess Year’ badge, while the Prime Minister has encouraged the public to travel domestically in this tourism year.
The Prime Minister has said that he will urge the media to help publicize the ‘Discover Thainess’ campaign to promote tourism.
There will be 14 different tour packages in the Discover Thainess campaign this year, notably the cultural tourism package and the conservation tourism package. The TAT will host the Discover Thainess event in central Bangkok to promote the tourism in Thailand on 14 January 2015.