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Announcing the winner of the Thailand Tourism Awards 2015
Announcing the winner of the Thailand Tourism Awards
Thailand Tourism Awards: The Finest Selection
"Thailand Tourism Awards: The Finest Selection" is a special book...
TAT hosted the Dinner at the 2013 PATA Annual Summit
At the party, Mr. Suraphon Svetasreni, TAT Governor and Mrs. Vilaiwan Twichasri, TAT Deputy Governor for Tourism Products and Business welcomed Mr. Jao Manuel Costa Antunes, PATA’s Chairman and Mr. Martin Craigs, CEO of Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) as well as all other delegates who attended the party and had a pleasant evening time on board along the city’s spectacular Chao Praya River.
 
Thai Airways position as a“Golfer Friendly Airlines”
Thai Airways position as a “Golfer Friendly Airlines” : New Delhi – May 7, 2013: Keeping up the efforts to promote Thailand as a Golf Paradise and to attract the growing golf segment in India
     
TAT Launches Apps Website to Promote Educational Tourism
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has initiated another key marketing strategy targeting young travellers and visitors seeking a more in-depth educational experience from their visit to Thailand.
     
TAT Announces Thailand Article Contest Online
Contestants need simply register an account on www.tatnews.org and submit entries according to the rules stated on the website. Winners will be announced online on July 12, 2013 , and the lucky four winners will also be notified via email the same day.
     
Thailand wins Best Country & Best Wedding Destination
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) added two more accolades to their name at the Travel + Leisure India & South Asia, India’s Best Awards last night held in Mumbai.
     
TTM+ 2013 Preparation is in Good Progress
The Thailand Travel Mart Plus 2013 (TTM+2013) welcome reception will be created with a street food atmosphere, which is one of the most popular dining out activities while travelling in Thailand.