Dusit International, one of Thailand’s leading hotel and property development companies, has partnered with World Animal Protection, one of the world’s leading non-profit animal welfare organisations which moved the world to protect animals for more than 50 years, to create new guidelines and policies that will help to limit the impact of Dusit’s operations on natural habitats by promoting responsible wildlife tourism in each of its destinations. By offering eco-friendly, community-based activities like trips to elephant conservation centres and mindful trekking amongst nature, Dusit hopes to delight its guests with authentic, localised experiences while empowering its employees and customers to be wildlife-friendly travellers and advocates. The partnership was officially signed at Baan Dusit Thani, Soi Saladaeng, recently.
About Dusit International
Established in 1948, Dusit International or Dusit Thani Public Company Limited (DUSIT) is a leading hospitality group listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand. Its operations comprise five distinct yet complementary business units: hotels and resorts, hospitality education, food, property development, and hospitality-related services.
The group’s portfolio of hotels, resorts and luxury villas includes more than 300 properties operating under a total of six brands (Dusit Thani, Dusit Devarana, dusitD2, Dusit Princess, ASAI Hotels, and Elite Havens) across 16 countries worldwide. The group also operates culinary schools and hospitality colleges in Thailand, plus catering companies for the education sector in Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
Dusit International’s diversified investments in real estate development, hospitality-related services, and the food sector are part of its long-term strategy for sustainable growth, which focuses on three key areas: balance, expansion and diversification.
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About World Animal Protection
World Animal Protection (formerly known as the World Society for the Protection of Animals) has moved the world to protect animals for the last 50 years. World Animal Protection works to give animals a better life. Its activities include working with companies to ensure high standards of welfare for the animals in their care, working with governments and other stakeholders to prevent wild animals being cruelly traded, trapped or killed, and saving the lives of animals and the livelihoods of the people who depend on them in disaster situations.
World Animal Protection influences decision makers to put animals on the global agenda, and it inspires people to protect animals and to change animals’ lives for the better. More information on World Animal Protection can be found at: www.worldanimalprotection.org