Tourism Law 101: The 12 Pillars of Tourism (UNTWO)

The 12 Pillars of Tourism are a set of principles that define the essential components of a successful and sustainable tourism industry. These pillars were first established by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in 1999 and have since been widely adopted by many countries around the world as a roadmap...

Tourism Law in Thailand: An Introduction

Tourism law in Thailand governs the activities of tourists and the tourism industry in the country. It covers a wide range of topics, including visas, hotel accommodations, tour operators, and cultural heritage sites. Visas are required for most foreign nationals to enter Thailand, and the requirements for obtaining a visa...

Tourism Law in India: An Introduction

Tourism law in India is an important aspect of the country’s legal framework that governs the tourism industry. The industry plays a significant role in the economic development of the country and contributes significantly to the country's gross domestic product (GDP). Hence, it is imperative that the industry is regulated...

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Tourism & Hospitality is one of the largest service industries in the world. India, alone witnesses the movement of approx. 10.5 Million foreign tourists each year. It directly deals with a large number of foreign clients, and multiple local, national, and supranational bodies—both commercial and otherwise. A high volume of individual...