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Mae Kampong is a small village of around 500 people located in the hills about 55 kilometres to the east of Chiang Mai.
Thailand is fortunate in that its ancient cities such as Ayutthaya and Sukhothai, which show the development and the evolution of the Kingdom of Siam
Ecotourists visiting Thailand will be delighted to meet like-minded people, in the form of tour operators, tour guides and other travellers
The Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration (DASTA) is a Thai government department that was established in 2003
Making tourism sustainable in any country is a huge challenge, particularly since many tourist activities