TAT’s Feel Thailand initiative highlights expanded access to Thailand for US travelers
LOS ANGELES, November 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is proud to announce the launch of feeling Thailand with Delta and Korean Aira bold new initiative that presents of Thailand improved accessibility for US travelers.
Occur 1st-9th November 2022this one-of-a-kind mega-journey will bring together 50 travel agents from across the US to experience it of Thailand new offers. With stays in Bangkok, Chiangmai and PhuketThe nine-day excursion will promote tourism by helping agents discover the latest tourism products, learn about sustainable and responsible tourism practices, meet with trusted trade providers in one-on-one meetings, and build strong relationships with program partners.
“With winter on their doorstep, many Americans are finding now the perfect time to explore the wonders of Thailandsaid Yuthasak Supasorn, TAT governor. “As the country is fully open to travellers, we wish to showcase our Kingdom’s new and enduring offerings, designed to create a truly memorable vacation.”
US travel agents will have the opportunity to experience this vacation experience first-hand feeling Thailand. Throughout the journey, participants have the opportunity to experience a variety of adventures, whether it’s a drink at a rooftop bar overlooking the dazzling Temple of Dawn Bangkokexplore a sustainable artisan-run village in Chiang Maior sunbathe on a golden afternoon while island hopping in Phang Nga Bay.
“So many adventures await US travelers Thailandsaid Siriwan Seeharach, director of TAT Los Office in Angeles. “We’re making these adventures more accessible no matter where you live in the US.”
To achieve this goal, TAT is working with Delta Air Lines and Korean Air to expand flight options for tourists traveling to America from the United States Thailand. The industry-leading trans-Pacific joint venture, Delta-Korean Air, offers customers greater choice and a more comprehensive range of benefits, including efficient connections to Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket from a combined network of 17 US gateways.
On the way to Thailand also allows American tourists to take advantage of an exceptionally strong US dollar, which is currently trading at its highest level since 2006. This means increased purchasing power for tourists who can spend more local currency on accommodation, food, recreation and shopping.
Another item to which recent visitors Thailand have found attractive is the country’s emphasis on meaningful travel. As part of the country’s Bio-Circular-Green economic model, TAT works with its partners to promote sustainable tourism by establishing quality standards for tourism while preserving and restoring natural resources in tourist areas.
2019, of Thailand Tourism industry attracted more than 1.1 million US visitors. This year, the country has set a target of 7 to 10 million total international tourists.
About the Tourism Authority of Thailand
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) was established in 1960 by the Royal Thai Government to be responsible for tourism promotion. TAT has had branches in the USA since 1965 new York and los Angeles.
About Delta Air Lines
One of the major airlines of The United States and a legacy airline where Delta is headquartered Atlanta, Georgia. The airline operates over 5,400 flights daily and serves 325 destinations in 52 countries on six continents. Delta is a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance and is the second largest airline in the world by number of passengers carried.
About Korean Air
Established in 1969, Korean Air ranks in the top 20 in the world with over 460 daily flights to 124 cities in 44 countries on six continents.
SOURCE Tourism Authority of Thailand Office in Los Angeles