What makes an Eco-tourism business tick? How to build without impacting on the surrounding environment? An Eco-tourism company is still a business and needs customers, how to get them to your establishment in the most environmentally friendly way that is currently available? Is it with Tuk-Tuks and local taxis, that only hold a small number of people or use larger vehicles that can transport more in the one trip? Once the customers are there, how to deal with what they leave behind? Waste and transportation create a large footprint on our local environment, what process and regulations are needed to be meet in order to be called an Eco-Tourism company? K. Mon, Managing Director at Skytrek Adventure Co., LTD. "Flying Hanuman" will share how he is able to provide travellers with exceptional service, enjoyment and memories without impacting the natural balance within the forest environment of Phuket.
Mr. Chanintat Pachantabutr (Mon), 28 Years old, is a Local Business Entrepreneur holding the positions of Managing Director at Skytrek Adventure Co., LTD. "Flying Hanuman", Managing Director of Patak Villa and Assistant Managing Director of Kan Eang @ pier. From a prominent Phuket family, K. Mon studied High School at Dulwich International College Phuket Thailand (Now British International School) and graduated from the Trent University, Canada with a Major in Cultural Studies.
For more information, visit: http://www.flyinghanuman.com/
To reach URBAN FOOD from the lower level parking, use the escalators next to Office Depot. URBAN FOOD is easily found between McDonalds and the main access doors to Central.