Dusit to help promote responsible wildlife tourism
Dusit International, one of Thailand’s leading hotel and property development companies, has partnered with World Animal Protection, one of the world’s leading non-profit animal welfare organizations.
World Animal Protection has pushed the world to protect animals for over 50 years, creating new guidelines and policies that will help limit the impact of Dusit operations on natural habitats by promoting responsible wildlife tourism in each of them. its destinations.
By offering eco-friendly community activities, such as excursions to elephant conservation centers and mindful nature hikes, Dusit hopes to delight its customers with authentic, localized experiences while enabling its employees and customers to ” be respectful travelers and defenders of wildlife.
The partnership was officially signed in Baan Dusit Thani, Soi Saladaeng, recently.
In the photo (from left to right):
- Mr. Siradej Donavanik, Vice President of Operations, Dusit International
- Ms. Suphajee Suthumpun, Group Managing Director, Dusit International
- Ms. Roatchana Sungthong, Country Director, World Animal Protection
- Mr. Chatnarong Muangwong, Campaign Director, World Animal Protection
Founded in 1948, Dusit International or Dusit Thani Public Company Limited (DUSIT) is a leading hotel group listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand. Its activities include five distinct but complementary business units: hotels and resorts, hospitality education, food, real estate development and hospitality-related services.
The group’s portfolio of luxury hotels, resorts and villas includes over 300 properties operating under a total of six brands (Dusit Thani, Dusit Devarana, dusitD2, Dusit Princess, ASAI Hotels and Elite Havens) in 16 countries across worldwide. The group also operates culinary schools and hotel colleges in Thailand, as well as educational catering businesses in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
Dusit International’s diversified investments in real estate development, hotel-related services and the food sector are part of its long-term strategy for sustainable growth, which focuses on three key areas: balance, expansion and diversification.