About 50 employees of a northeast Thailand sub-district visited Pattaya as part of a junket to the Eastern Seaboard to study management and administrative processes.
Theerasak Jatupong, director of the Pattaya branch of the Center for Maintaining Peace and Order, welcomed Sommai Amphin, permanent secretary of the Nongchang Sub-district of Uthai Thani, and 50 officials and public servants Feb. 26.
About 50 employees from Uthai Thani visited Pattaya to study management and administrative processes.
Theerasak briefed the public servants on the growth of Pattaya and introduced important destinations and development methods behind becoming a tourism city.
Nongchang Deputy Permanent Secretary Saranjit Nimsittikul said that although her sub-district is agriculture-based, the study of a big tourism city will help her implement administrative guidelines of learned from Pattaya in her community.
Employee Chatmongkol Suwanset, 28, said he’d visited Pattaya before, relaxing at Jomtien Beach. He said he hopes to implement Pattaya’s style of document management in his work.