Far East - Hays Faraway

04 | Our Partners

We’re proud of our partnerships

We’re proud to be working with these official tourist boards, bringing you unforgettable holidays to some of the Far East’s most exciting destinations. When it comes to flights, we’ve chosen respected international airlines to offer you competitive fares and a relaxing journey.

Tourism Authority of Thailand The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) was established in 1960 and was the first organization in Thailand to be specifically responsible for the promotion of tourism. TAT encourages both Thai and international tourists to travel in and around Thailand, and co-operates with and supports the production and development of personnel in the field of tourism. Since the inception of the first local office in Chiang Mai, there are now 35 regional offices throughout Thailand and 15 more offices in different parts of the world.

The Ministry of Tourism Cambodia The Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia manages and develops the tourism field of the Kingdom of Cambodia. They work hard to encourage investments in tourism, issue tourist business licenses to tourism companies, agencies, tour guides, hotels, casinos, restaurants, guesthouses, bars, discotheques, resorts, transport, and tourist attraction services. They regularly inspect the tourism domain, grade hotels and restaurants, and improve and maintain the standards and quality of the tourism industry and services.

Tourism Malaysia Tourism Malaysia promotes Malaysia as an outstanding tourist destination both domestically and internationally, by showcasing its unique wonders, attractions and cultures. It helps develop domestic tourism and promote new investments in the country, as well as provides increased employment opportunities. The growth of tourism contributes positively to the country’s economic development and quality of life.

China National Tourism Administration China National Tourism Administration (CNTA) is directly regulated by the State Council, and is responsible for developing, promoting and regulating the China tourism industry. The CNTA coordinates the implementation of policies to ensure the smooth development of tourism activities and has 16 overseas representative offices, including one in London.


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