IT&CMA odbędzie się zgodnie z planem w dniach 22 – 24 września
The PATA Destination Marketing Forum 2019 (PDMF 2019), with the theme “Redefining a Destination – Reviving the past to reimagine the future”, officially began on Wednesday, November 27 at the Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa in Pattaya, Thailand, attracting 325 delegates from 26 destinations. The event, hosted by the Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB), the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and the Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration (DASTA), along with support from Pattaya City, brought together delegates from the public and private sectors for inspiring and insightful discussions on some of the major issues in marketing and managing tourism growth to emerging destinations, through two nonstop days of learning, discovery and community-building. Delegates travelled from all corners of
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is hosting 64 travel agents from the ASEAN, South Asia and South Pacific regions to an “Experience New Variety and Family Fun in Amazing Thailand 2019 – Explore North to South” familiarisation trip.
The new eVisa On Arrival (eVOA) service that will enable a faster, more convenient arrival into Thailand for travellers from 21 countries*, has become available for applicants from 14 February 2019.
Thailand’s Ministry of Tourism and Sports announced the tourism figures for January-November 2018.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) launched its year-end Amazing Thailand Grand Sale promotion with a unique “Passport Privileges” twist, targeting arrivals from short-haul markets offering big savings and privileges on a wide range of popular services and goods at participating venues including department stores, restaurants, hotels, hospitals, spas and various shops, exclusively for tourists from Thailand’s neighboring countries.
The PATA Destination Marketing Forum 2018 (PDMF 2018), with the theme “Growth with Goals’, officially began on Wednesday, November 28 attracting 290 delegates from 25 destinations.
o push forward Thailand’s MICE industry and drive the ten target industries under the Thailand 4.0 scheme in support of the government’s policy, the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (Public Organization), or TCEB has launched the “EMC3 Model,” which
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) in conjunction with AirAsia, Bangkok Airways and VietJet Air launch a new campaign “Mega Deal to Thailand…Travel Is a Big Deal” to encourage tourists from ASEAN countries, especially Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar and
TAT – The Tourism Authority of Thailand is encouraging travellers to remain extra vigilant by following all safety rules and guidelines during the country’s current monsoon season.