Thailand ranked fifth best in world for cultural heritage influence in 2021

Bangkok, 19 February, 2021 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to announce that Thailand has been named the fifth best country for the cultural heritage influence in 2021 according to a recent report by New York-based CEOWORLD magazine. According to CEOWORLD, “When we speak of countries rich in heritage, the first name that pops into our mind is Thailand. Although the nation is home to stunning beaches, a fascinating culture, and crazy nightlife, the heritage of the landmass is also an exception in terms of beauty. There are a myriad of places across the country that possess the rich earthiness of village life, influences of local traditions, and remnants of a splendid culture. From Sukhothai, Ayutthaya to Ban Chiang, visitors flock to these places to appreciate the ancient history of the Thai culture.” In order to determine the rankings, researchers at the CEOWORLD magazine analysed and compared 165 countries across nine primary attributes: architecture, artistic legacy, fashion, food, music, literature, history, cultural attractions, and culturally accessible. It believes that rather than economic, political, or military might, it is the cultural heritage of these countries that most strongly impacts the wider world. Raw data for countries were normalised on a 1-100 scale according to the following: Each individual indicator was given equal weighting within each of the nine categories with some indicators being comprised of 2-3 sub-indica…. Read more:
#press_releases #tat_press_releases_2021 #phuketnews #thailandnews #asianews

Published by Phuket Hotel Deals

Phuket Hotel Deals offers cheap flights and Hotel search and compare for Phuket, Thailand and Asia. We also offer tours of Thailand and local Asian Counties, Phuket Real Estate, Property for sale, Properties for rent, Retirement plans, local charity, volunteering, education guides, in-depth Asia news and much, much more!

Create your website with
Get started
<span>%d</span> bloggers like this: