Thumbs up to lux­ury tourism from TAT

A lux­ury road­show hosted by The Tourism Au­thor­ity of Thai­land (TAT), New Delhi, saw par­tic­i­pa­tion of 17 sell­ers, in­clud­ing ho­tels, re­sorts, spas, air­lines and at­tended by over 90 travel trade part­ners.

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The Tourism Au­thor­ity of Thai­land, New Delhi, or­gan­ised a lux­ury road­show to high­light the unique ex­pe­ri­ences, ho­tels and ser­vices that Thai­land has to of­fer to high-end trav­ellers. The event hosted 17 sell­ers,

in­clud­ing ho­tels, re­sorts, spas, air­lines and cata­ma­ran cruise and sail­ing ser­vices and was at­tended by over 90 travel trade part­ners.

The chief guest for the evening was Pisan Manawa­pat, the Am­bas­sador of Thai­land to In­dia.

Run­juan Ton­grut, Di­rec­tor, TAT, New Delhi, gave a pre­sen­ta­tion de­tail­ing lux­u­ri­ous ex­pe­ri­ences in Thai­land in­clud­ing well­ness and spa, div­ing, fine din­ing, pri­vate vil­las. She also took the op­por­tu­nity to in­tro­duce new is­land get­aways like Sim­i­lan Is­lands and Racha Is­lands in the South of Thai­land.

The vol­ume of high-end In­dian trav­ellers to Thai­land has in­creased a lot over the years, pointed out Ton­grut.

She also in­tro­duced a new desti­na­tion in North Thai­land - Glo­ri­ous Chi­ang Rai, known for its seren­ity and said to be the gate­way to the Golden Tri­an­gle. The crowd at the event was also in­tro­duced to ‘ Self Drive’ book, which will be pro­mot­ing the con­cept of fly and drive in Thai­land for the new gen­er­a­tion of trav­ellers.

In his vote of thanks, Manawa­pat ap­plauded the In­dian travel trade for their sup­port to Thai­land and shared his ex­pe­ri­ences in In­dia with the travel trade. He wel­comed a road­show of this kind to fa­mil­iarise the In­dian travel trade to the lux­ury that’s on of­fer in Thai­land and hoped that the agents pass on this in­for­ma­tion to the end cus­tomers.

The Amaz­ing Thai­land Lux­u­ri­ous Road­show also trav­elled to Mum­bai.

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