The month-long campaign which started from August 30 and will run till September 30 has a virtual selfie photo booth where agents and operators will have to come and pick a frame of their choice, click a selfie and share on their social media. There are different themes, polls, articles, videos on various Thai tourism products and services as well as updates on the travel situation in Thailand to inform the agents and support the campaign.
“This campaign is an opportunity for travel agents in India to get updated information of destinations, tourism products, and services as well as situation update in Thailand. In addition, the activity will help to reconnect travel agents in India with the travel and tourism suppliers in Thailand,” said Vachirachai Sirisumpan, director, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), New Delhi.
“The campaign is trying to reach out to the audience and let them know that we are in it together. We all shall soon overcome the situation and be able to travel to our favourite destination. Till then, relax and create a new bucket list of places you would like to visit in Thailand,” commented Cholada Siddhivarn, director, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Mumbai.