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Thailand ranks high in surveys on tourism, economy, public health

Thailand ranks high in surveys on tourism, economy, public health

FRIDAY, July 15, 2022
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Thailand was included in 14 global rankings this year covering tourism, economy, quality of life and public health, the Foreign Ministry announced on Thursday.

Thailand won the following:

Tourism

• Koh Pha-ngan, Surat Thani: No 1 for workations by William Russell, a leading global insurance company providing health, life and income protection.

• Bangkok: No 1 in Asia-Pacific in votes from tourists collected by DestinAsian, a leading travel magazine.

• Koh Samui and Phuket: 3rd and 4th best islands for tourism in Asia-Pacific by DestinAsian.

• Thailand: 4th best tourist destination in the post-Covid era by Visa Global Travel Intentions Study.

• Thailand: 8th in highest travel safety by Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection, an American travel insurance firm.

• Thailand: 14th country with highest visitors via Google Street View.

• Tom yam kung (spicy shrimp soup): 20th best soup in the world by CNN Travel.

Economy

• Bangkok: 9th best city for gastronomes by TripAdvisor, an American online travel company.

• Thailand: 71st most liveable country in the world by CS Global Partners, top government advisory and marketing firm.

• Thailand: 35th in using soft power in the 2022 Global Power Index set by Brand Finance, the world’s top brand valuation consultancy.

Quality of life

• Chulalongkorn University: 16th best university in the world for supporting the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals in the Impact Ranking 2022 by the Times Higher Education, a British higher-education related magazine.

• Thailand: 61st happiest country in the UN’s World Happiness Report 2022.

Public Health

• Thailand: No 1 in recovery and response to Covid-19 pandemic by Times Higher Education.

• Bumrungrad Hospital: 30th best in the world by Newsweek.