Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has reaffirmed its commitment to making travel and tourism the kingdom’s most economically promising, environmentally sustainable, and culturally vibrant sector in the years to come.
Thailand along with Indonesia, Mexico, Taiwan and India are the top five countries where locals believe hospitality to be in their DNA, according to the research that Booking.com conducted on 21,500 travellers from the 29 countries.
2019 marks the fifth anniversary of Tourism Authority of Thailand’s (TAT) Thailand Travel Shield project. Established in 2014, the project aims at providing online travel insurance for foreign tourists. According to TAT, “Travelers planning a trip to Thailand can continue to buy the Thailand Travel Shield’s insurance coverage online at http://thailandtravelshield.tourismthailand.org/. Available in English and… Read more »
Filipino blogger and photo enthusiast, Jojo Vito from Bacolod City, has won TAT Newsroom Blogger Campaign 2018 again for the second time, as he posted on both TAT’s official website and his personal Facebook account. Vito posted this good news on his Facebook account last March 30. “2 years ago, I won in the inaugural… Read more »
Jojo Vito is not new to showcasing his skills with words and this year, he joins Tourism Authority of Thailand’s (TAT) Newsroom Blogger Campaign. PinoyThaiyo has already featured Jojo’s work in 2016, when he won a trip to Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Chiangrai with other bloggers. Jojo hails from Bacolod City and is a graduate… Read more »
“Thailand’s infrastructures and its support for farmers are main points that the Philippines must follow in order to catch up with our fellow ASEAN neighbor’s boost in its economy. “
As Thailand continues its official mourning period for the revered late king, what should visitors including tourists do when they visit to pay respects?
Dubbed as “The Royal Musical Legacy”, the concert is from 10:30 am to 8:00 pm.
The venue, Bhumibol Bridge is located on Rama 3 Road in Yannawa, Bangkok. It is also known as the Industrial Ring Road Bridge.
There will be food trucks selling international cuisine and cooking competitions to encourage people to try and make traditional dishes from their places.