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InfoQuest Ltd, Thailand

InfoQuest Limited is a leading news agency and information provider in Thailand devoted to development, aggregation and marketing of content products, news clipping as well as mobile content services. NEWSCenter, its online content products includes a various kinds of information ranging from local and international newswires, newspapers and magazines, real-time news by its own editorial and reference articles from research firms, financial institutions, government agencies and regulatory bodies.

InfoQuest has a technical partner, ThaiQuest Limited, a leading software and search engine developer in Thailand which operates and support InfoQuest in many ways such as database and technical assistance. InfoQuest employs approximately 140 people and many of them gain much experience in the real-time information business.

InfoQuest has joined AsiaNet and act for AsiaNet's representative in Thailand since 1996. InfoQuest translates, distributes via fax and email to local newspapers, target magazines and TV and radio stations. The company also market domestic and international press release, photo release and multimedia services.

InfoQuest Limited

address:
888/178 Ploenchit Road
17th Floor Mahatun Plaza Building
Lumpini, Patumwan,
Bangkok 10330,
Thailand

telephone:
+66 2 651 4800 (ext. 315)

fax:
+66 2 253 5051

email:
anop@infoquest.co.th

website:
www.infoquest.co.th
Latest Press Release
Thailand to tackle lower quality tour packages

Thailand to tackle lower quality tour packages

Thailand to tackle lower quality tour packages

Bangkok - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Online Tourism Club (Thailand) are seeking ways to tackle with lower quality tour packages, especially in the Chinese FIT (Free Independent Traveller) sector, to protect the interests of tourists.

TAT Governor Yuthasak Supasorn said: "Tourism is vital to Thailand's economy, so it is the job of the public and private sectors to work together to ensure high standards as well as standardise prices. We must ensure that tourism remains sustainable and fair for everyone, and that all tourists continue to feel welcome and valued."

The initiatives are in line with the Royal Thai Government's recent implementation of measures aimed at eradicating tours which take advantage of visitors to Thailand, especially group tours from China. The measures have been successful in protecting group tourists, but newer cases of low prices offered by online overseas agents in China have emerged, many aimed at the FIT sector. Attempts to address this led to a meeting of Thai tourism industry players in December 2016, which resulted in the formation of the Online Tourism Club (Thailand) in January this year.