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Get Married in Thailand

Get Married in Thailand

Weddings and honeymoons is one of the four key niche-market customer segments being promoted by the Tourism Authority of Thailand as part of its strategic plan for 2014, the other three being golf, health and wellness, and green tourism.

A wedding party in Chang Mai

A wedding party in Chang Mai

According to a TAT survey in March 2013, Europe is one of Thailand’s major source markets for weddings and honeymoons. The key driving factors are the unique opportunity to get married in a completely different environment and surroundings, excellent standards of service and value for money, beautiful beaches, luxury hotels, and good climate.

Many couples choose Thailand to tie the knot in a land renowned for its sense of grace and style, following customs and ceremonies with rich roots in Buddhist culture. The kingdom’s spectacular range of secluded, all-inclusive resorts, boutique hotels and pool villas also are perfect for honeymoons.

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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