If you think inviting international tourists to visit your country is as simple as inviting your friends to attend your birthday party or your wedding, you are dead wrong. Here’s the thing, tourism is a big industry to begin with and it doesn’t make sure that tourists will get their message loud and clear. Tourism service providers are working round the clock to find unique ways not only to make sure that tourists will come over to the country but also, they will return on many occasions and that’s a proof that they love visiting the country. They enjoy the food. They enjoy the nightlife at the bars. They even manage to get a good discount hotel in Bangkok if they are visiting Thailand’s capital city. Tourism is a very busy industry and working in the tourism industry is considerably stressful to majority of the service providers working in the industry itself.
In a recent interview with Bangkok Post, famous celebrity Britney Spears commented that she hasn’t been to Thailand or any Asian country for that matter in very long time and she said during the interview that she would be happy to visit Thailand not just do a major concert but also top enjoy the beautiful tourist destinations of the country. Britney Spears also added that she would be more willing to do a collaboration with fellow artist, Beyoncé. Now, with the looming possibility of a Bangkok concert by Britney Spears as part of the singer’s Asian Tour, tourism officials are now taking full advantage of that possibility, promoting the chance to see Britney Spears perform in Thailand as part of their marketing plans to furthermore improve the already improving tourism industry of Thailand. Imagine this: if Britney Spear is to include a visit to Thailand as part of her inter-nation concert tour, tens of thousands of her fans will waste no time and flock to Thailand as quickly as possible and they will take advantage of every available discount hotel in Bangkok. Concerts and other related activities by famous celebrities such as Britney Spears and Beyoncé can be used indirectly as a marketing strategy to lure both local and international tourists into your country.