alexa A Comparative Study of International Tourists’ Safety Needs and Thai Tourist Polices’ Perception towards International Tourists’ Safety Needs
Business & Management

Business & Management

Journal of Hotel & Business Management

Author(s): Pimmada Wichasin, Nuntiya Doungphummes

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While service quality is acceptably most valued in the tourism industry, the issue of safety and security plays a key role in sustaining the industry success. Such an issue has been part of Thailand’s tourism development and promotion for several years. Evidently, the Tourist Police Department was set up for this purpose. Its main responsibility is to deal with international tourists’ safety and confidence in travelling within Thai territory. However, to strengthen the tourism safety of the country, it is important to better understand international tourists’ safety concerns about Thailand. This article seeks to compare international tourists’ safety needs and Thai tourist polices’ perception towards the tourists’ safety concern to determine what measure should be taken to assure the tourist of Thailand’s secure environment. Through the employment of quantitative and qualitative methodological approaches, the tourism safety need of international tourists from Europe, North America and Asia was excavated, how Thai tourist polices and local polices perceived the international tourist’s safety concern was investigated, and opinion and experiences about how the police deal with international tourists’ problems in eight touristic areas were also explored. A comparative result reveals a certain degrees of differences in international tourists’ safety needs and Thai polices’ perception towards their needs. The tourism safe

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