Thailand’s Tourist Police is set to launch its own LINE account
From Tuesday 9th September you’ll be able to follow and interact with the Thailand Tourist Police on LINE
Thailand’s Tourist Police Division is set to launch its own LINE Official Account complete with messages for tourists in English & Thai and its own unique LINE sticker character.
The popular LINE messaging Application has around 480 million users world-wide and 29 million of those are in Thailand (as of statistic in July 2014). The Application is one of the most popular ways for people to communicate in Thailand.
The Central Investigation Bureau by Tourist Police Division recognise the importance of this application and has created the Thailand Tourist Police Official LINE Account to assist with better communication between tourist police and tourists to the Kingdom.
It is targeted at both Thais and foreigners and will help provide travel news information and other related useful news information through LINE messages and stickers.
This is an important step in the efforts to promote tourism in the country and support the government’s policy to build tourism confidence.
Thailand’s Tourist Police has already set up Call Centre 1155 as well as a website and Application for the Tourist Police Division to provide news information, assist tourists, receive complaints and exchange news information between the organisation and both Thai and international tourists. The Application will further support these endeavors.
Source: Thailand Tourist Police