Keep up with Thailand

Tourism Authority of Thailand Oceania office has been sharing its latest updates, keeping Australian and New Zealand travel industries updated throughout this pandemic. Starting with the Amazing Thailand Specialist Agent training portal highlighting each region’s rich culture and selling points, followed by Friday morning with Amazing Thailand recorded webinars unpacking how Thailand is adjusting with the new normal by segment (gastronomy, adventure, wellness, family, eco-friendlies).

Soon you’ll hear more updates on Thailand through BYO Coffee Cluster with Destination Webinar on the 22 October 2020 at 12pm (AEDT).

Here is a snippet of what you will be hearing soon on the upcoming live webinar.

Wellness

Thailand has everything from world-class spas and wellness resorts, detox centres, health retreats, yoga centres, meditation centres to Thai massage operators and temples. So many wellness retreats are now sending their absolute value for money packages, taking the initiative to be flexible or offering their services online.

If there is anything we learn from the pandemic, we are reminded on how important it is to take care of the wellness and fitness of our Body, Mind and Soul. Thailand is a destination that offers numerous world class retreats, that help you or your clients to achieve any fitness goals.

Gastronomy

As you know Thailand is a foodie heaven and destination. From North, North-eastern, Central to South, you can taste the different flavours. The great thing about Thailand is that most people would be able to afford fresh and great quality food. Street food, night markets, shop houses, restaurants, rooftop bars, to fine dining experiences. Tuk Tuk food tour or cooking classes are also available for those who want to experience Thai food from a local perspective.

Since 2018, Thailand has 29 Michelin starred restaurants in Bangkok and Phuket and over 275 restaurants have been recognised for Bib Gourmand and The Plate Michelin in Bangkok, Phuket, Phang Nga and Chiang Mai.

Family

There are always the mainstream family holidaymakers to Pattaya, Phuket, Hua Hin, Krabi, Trat, Chiang Mai, Ayutthaya, or the Southern islands. Most Australian family want to enjoy a down time, relax by the swimming pool, have the kids enjoy the Kids Club and hang on the beach. Some want to get a bit deeper in understanding and diving into the destination history, culture, local experiences, Thai arts, and traditions. Some families love adventures, whether they are rollercoasters, waterparks, jungle trekking or even elephant sanctuaries. Thailand offers something to suit every family.

When international travel comes back, please remember that Thailand has taken safety and health measures very seriously, thus has successfully contain the spread of Covid-19.

Domestic travel has reopened, and surely international will follow, hopefully very soon for Australia, New Zealand and Thailand.
Do not miss out on this upcoming webinar. Register yourself here.

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