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Oasis Spa Triumphs With TWO Wins At Thailand Tourism Award 2015

October 31, 2015 Accolades No Comments Email Email

DSC_3816Awards for excellence were given to Pakin Ployphicha and Toby Allen the Managing Directors of Oasis Spa (Thailand) at the 10th Thailand Tourism Awards ceremony which honors companies that significantly contribute to advancing Thai tourism. The coveted Awards of Excellence for Health Tourismwent to two Oasis Spa branches located in Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Although an Oasis Spa has won this award many times, Toby and Pakin were twice as delighted this year when two Oasis spas were declared winners. They attribute their success to a motivated management staff and team members who carry out their objectives to continually improve quality of service, increase customer satisfaction, and utilize innovative marketing practices.

The award ceremony was recently held at Grand Diamond Ballroom, IMPACT Convention Center Nonthaburi on World Tourism Day (27 September 2015). The golden Kinnari trophies were presented by Thailand’s Minister of Tourism and Sports, H.E.KobkarnWattanavrangkul

Thailand Tourism Awards are recognized by the United Nation World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) as reliable indicators of industry leaders.

Oasis Spa, since its inception in 2003, has soared to become the model for modern Thai day spas and now has 11 branch locations in Thailand’s tourist destinations of Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, and Phuket. For the last 12 years, Oasis Spa has made noteworthy contributions to Thailand’s Health Tourism and day spa industry and received numerous awards from various organizations. Spa lovers worldwide continue to discover the spa that exceeds expectations and lives up to its motto: “Not Just a Spa Experience, but Beyond!”


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