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Thailand Travel Talk | November - December 2011
     
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Happy New Year Campaign to restore tourists confidence King's birthday celebrations in Brunei and Malaysia Workshop for frontliners Pray for Thailand tournament raises over RM80,000 Agents meet in Chiang Mai, Phuket Ayutthaya welcomes visitors Dead Sea salt and mud treatments Calendar of Events
   
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Happy newyear  

Happy New Year

GOODBYE 2011 and let's bid a warm welcome to brand new 2012. It's time to put the all the old problems away and greet the new year with new resolutions and plans.

And when it comes to travelling plans, where better to spend your holidays than to take a few days off and spend them in Thailand.

   
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Campaign to restore tourists confidence  

Campaign to restore
tourists confidence

AS the flooding situation in Thailand has stabilised and flood waters are receding, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is accelerating its efforts to ensure travellers and tour operators worldwide to understand that Thailand's tourism sector is open for business and welcoming visitors through a recovery campaign called Beautiful Thailand.

   
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King's birthday celebrations  

King's birthday celebrations
in Brunei and Malaysia

SOME 30 countries would be taking part in the Royal Flora Ratchaphruek 2011, an international horticultural exposition from November 9, 2011 to February 15, 2012.

 

   
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Workshop for frontliners  

Workshop for frontliners

A GROUP of frontliners led by Director
Mr Wiboon Nimitrwanich had a chance to visit Chiang Mai recently as part of an exercise to familiarise them with tourism products from the north of the country. While there they had an opportunity to attend a seminar and workshop conducted by the TAT and listen to talks by speakers from the head office.

   
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Pray for Thailand tournament  

Pray for Thailand tournament
raises over RM80,000

LOCAL event organisers, CSSB Events Sdn Bhd held a charity golf tournament to help victims of the recent flooding in Thailand.
The event, which attracted participation from the corporate sector and individuals managed to raise more than RM80,000 through green fees, sponsorships and auctions of various golf accessories and
other items.

   
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Director's Message

I HOPE you are looking forward to a great
year. In the past few months some parts of
Thailand, notably those located along the
Chao Phraya River had been affected by massive flooding.

However, we are happy to note that things have gone back to normal in Bangkok and the surroundings. Most tourism areas that were affected in Bangkok, notably the Jatujak Weekend Market, most popular among Malaysians, and other tourism attractions in Ayutthaya are now operating as before.

 
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Agents meet in Chiang Mai, Phuket  
Agents meet in Chiang Mai, Phuket  

Asean Golf Tourism Forum

     
Press visits Surin and Ubon   Beautiful Thailand press conference

Press visits
Surin and Ubon

 

Beautiful Thailand press conference

     
Radio 988 visits Chiang Mai   Ayutthaya welcomes visitors
Radio 988 visits Chiang Mai  

Ayutthaya welcomes visitors

     
Dead Sea salt and mud treatments   Calendar of Events

Dead Sea salt and mud treatments

 

Calendar of Events

     
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