All posts tagged "Tourism Authority of Thailand"

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    Spain, Malaysia and Thailand Promote at Taste of Dublin

    The rain may have fallen from the heavens on the opening day (Thursday) of this year’s Taste of Dublin event, but that didn’t stop the travel trade from enjoying the Spanish Tourism Office’s hospitality at its Taste of Spain reception and screening of the Spain v Ireland Euro 2012 soccer match (which...

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    Friends of Thailand Party in Dublin

    A great night was enjoyed in Koh Restaurant in Dublin’s Millennium Walkway last night by over 20 Friends of Thailand as they partook of a traditional Thai banquet-style dinner hosted by Khun Siripakorn Cheawsamoot, Director UK Ireland & South Africa, Tourism Authority of Thailand. In theory a ‘three-course dinner’, it was really...

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    Tastes of Spain and Thailand at Taste of Dublin

    Visitors to the Taste of Dublin at the Iveagh Gardens, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2, from tomorrow, Thursday 14th June, to Sunday 17th June will be able to enjoy a Taste of Thailand (along with a Thai massage), courtesy of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, and a Taste of Spain (along with a...

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    TAT Launches Special Adventure Travel Website

    Adventure travel enthusiasts seeking to try their hand at ‘100 Unforgettable Experiences’ in Thailand can log on to the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s new website, adventure.tourismthailand.org, and take their pick. Thailand is an adventure traveller’s dream destination with a range of national parks bursting with flora and fauna. In recent years, adventure...

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    TAT Presents NLLA Celebrity of the Year Award

    As part of the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s 2012 celebrity marketing strategy to further raise Thailand’s profile as an amazing holiday destination, on Saturday 17th March 2012 they presented a top award at one of London’s most glamorous events, the National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards held at Porchester Hall. “We were so...

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    Travel Counsellors Ireland Agents to Hear: The Difference is You

    Travel Counsellors Ireland will host its biggest annual conference yet this weekend in Stillorgan, Co Dublin, from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th March. The conference theme, ‘The Difference is You’, highlights each agent’s individual success and continued drive to be the best and to deliver an exceptional level of service to their...

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    TAT to Feature Four Niche Markets at TTM+2012

    Four of Thailand’s top niche-market tourism segments will be featured prominently at the 2012 Thailand Travel Mart Plus Amazing Gateway to the Greater Mekong Subregion (TTM+2012) to be held from 6th-8th at the Impact Muang Thong Thani Exhibition Centre in Bangkok. Organised by the Tourism Authority of Thailand together with the Thai...

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    ‘Beautiful Thailand’ Campaign to Restore Tourists’ Confidence

    As the flooding situation in Thailand has stabilised and flood waters are receding, the Tourism Authority of Thailand is accelerating its efforts to ensure travellers and tour operators worldwide to understand that Thailand’s tourism sector is open for business and welcoming visitors through a recovery campaign called ‘Beautiful Thailand’. Ireland’s Department of...

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    Sunway Travel Wins ‘Ireland’s Favourite Travel Agent’

    The Irish Travel Industry Christmas Party also saw Blackrock, Co Dublin, based travel agency Sunway Travel again...

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    Irish Travel Industry Christmas Party Sponsors

    Irish Travel Trade News is pleased to announce that Etihad Airways will be the Headline Sponsor for...

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    Travel to Bangkok and Thailand – an Update

    Despite the current flooding that has been affecting the central region of Thailand and some parts of Bangkok, other tourist attractions and destinations outside of the central provinces are experiencing normal conditions and continue welcoming visitors. These include Krabi, Phuket and Ko Samui, which are favourite destinations for tourists from Ireland and...

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    Most Bangkok Attractions Remain Open

    Bangkok’s worst-case scenario for tidal waters to cause a breach of the Chao Phraya river this weekend did not materialise and the threat is now over – until the end of November when high tides will peak again, but by which time the flood waters coming down from the north should have...