Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Bangkok Airways jointly launched new promotional offers called ‘Fly me to Thailand’ to attract more tourists from India.
The promotional campaign offers privileges, gift cards, discounts and other special deals for travelers from India, Myanmar, Vietnam Cambodia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, and Singapore.
According to the Executive Director of TAT, Klissada Ratanpruk, Thailand is currently on a tourist high because this is its peak season for Thailand. The country is all set to turn incredibly exciting October onwards and makes for a great time to dish out special offers for neighboring countries, including India.
The new promotional campaign provides the best offers and discounts are going to give Indian travelers a better look into Thai culture, and best travel experiences.
Fly me to Thailand is an exclusive offer that makes each group booking of 3 travelers from India on Bangkok Airways eligible for a gift voucher worth 800 baht (INR 1800). The gift voucher will be utilized in the Central group, which is Thailand’s largest retail merchant. what is more, you’ll be able to get discounts and unbelievable deals at places such as hotels, resorts, spas, amusement parks, adventure parks, water parks, museums, restaurants and a lot more.
One of the foremost preferred international destinations for Indians, Thailand is, in fact, growing in popularity. according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand, 2 million Indian tourists are expected to go to Thailand this year. This has been expected after a growth of 24.5 percent arrivals in the first seven months compared to last year.
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