For the 3rd year in a row (and our 15th TTG Award since Asian Trails opened its doors in 1999), individual votes from travel professionals and business partners have resulted in Asian Trails Thailand winning the ‘Best Travel Agency 2106 – Thailand’ award during the recently held award ceremony and gala dinner at the Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre at Central World. The announcement was made at last night’s 27th Annual TTG Travel Awards 2016, attended by Laurent Kuenzle, CEO of Asian Trails and Asian Trails Thailand’s most senior managers.
The TTG Travel Awards has been recognizing the best of Asia Pacific’s travel industry since 1989. This prestigious annual event honours stellar organisations and individuals in 4 categories: Travel Supplier, Travel Agency, Outstanding Achievement and Travel Hall of Fame. This TTG Travel Trade Publishing event is proudly organized by TTG Asia, with the support of various other TTG publications in the region.
Laurent Kuenzle, CEO, said “There is no doubt in my mind that awards such as the TTG Travel Award only reconfirm that Asian Trails continues to set the bar higher in delivering ‘exceeding expectation’s’ service levels to its customers. Not only has this recognition for Thailand made me a proud CEO but also that all our other Asian Trails’ destinations continue to work on exactly the same principle. Since the creation of Asian Trails in 1999, we have carefully focused in integrating key service elements in our daily operation and have strictly maintained this. This award only confirms that our trade partners value our means of handling their customers as we wholeheartedly guarantee.”
About Asian Trails
Founded in 1999, the Asian Trails Group has been on the forefront of operating cutting-edge travel proposals to seamless operational standards that is second to none in Asia. Headquartered in Bangkok, the group continues to provide client-focused destination management services in all of its 8 destinations; Thailand, Vietnam, China / Hong Kong, Malaysia / Singapore, Myanmar, Indonesia, Cambodia and Laos.