Tourism Authorities of Thailand, Stockholm office, welcomes a new director for the Nordic and Baltic countries
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), Stockholm office welcomes new director for the Nordic and Baltic countries, Mrs. Orn Doungchan. Her long and in-depth experience in domestic market and Thailand tourism products in Tourism Authority of Thailand will help positioning Thailand as a top favorite destination in the Nordic and the Baltic market TAT will continue the campaign Amazing New Chapter for Visit Thailand Year 2022-2023 and to promote Thailand as a world-class destination that offers something for everyone under ‘Amazing Thailand Has It All’. Director Orn Doungchan who has highly involved in corporate planning and developing Thailand’s product will carry out this approach to keep Thailand as a top destination in the Nordic and the Baltic market. Her vision is to showcase that Thailand has more than just beautiful beaches. Travelers can visit the county all year-round, not primarily during the winter season. Most importantly of all, the aim is to drive the country toward sustainable tourism. “I am very pleased to come back to Stockholm office again as a new director of Tourism Authority of Thailand, Stockholm Office. I will continue to work with TAT’s strategy to drive Thailand towards experience-based hub and sustainable tourism. In the coming years, TAT Stockholm mission will focus on ‘driving demand’ for ‘meaningful travel’ and to ‘shape supply’ by encouraging an eco-friendly tourism for our travelers to enjoy. We will also continue to work closely and strengthen the relationships between our partners both within Thailand and in the Nordic and Baltic countries.” says, Director Orn Doungchan. Director Orn Doungchan has already been familiar with the market and the tourism industry from her previous years of experience as the deputy director for Nordic and Baltic countries. Her long-term international relation would help strategize and showcase Thailand to a new chapter with a sustainable approach.
Invitation to Amazing Thailand New Chapters Roadshow
It is our great pleasure to invite you to join our Amazing Thailand New Chapters Roadshow — a great opportunity for you to meet and update Thailand tourism with 20 suppliers from hotels and destination management companies in major destinations in Thailand. You can choose to join either in Copenhagen on 23 August 2022 or in Stockholm on 24 August 2022. For those who live in Finland, Norway and the Baltic States who are interested to join our event, TAT Stockholm office, reserve space for you in Stockholm on 24 August 2022. We support one (1) air ticket (round trip in economy class) and one(1) night accommodation per company. Date & Place23 August 2022: Radisson Blu Scandinavia Copenhagen (Fully booked)24 August 2022: Sheraton Stockholm Hotel Program16.00 Buyer registration16.15 Thailand tourism update17.00 Pre-appointment (buyers meet sellers)19.00 Coffee Break19.15 Free Flow (sellers meet buyers)20.00 Dinner & Lucky Draw For more inquiries, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org Find out our suppliers profile Register now
Effective from 1 July 2022, Thailand ends the Thailand Pass registration and a health insurance of 10,000USD for foregin visitors. Both requirements were initially removed for Thai nationals from 1 June, 2022. The mandatory facemask is also lifted. At the point of entry into Thailand, travellers will only need to show proof of either a certificate of vaccination or a negative RT-PCR or professional ATK test result within 72 hours of travel. Updated 5 July 2022 From 1 July, 2022, foreign nationals are only required to show proof of either a certificate of vaccination or a negative RT-PCR or professional ATK test result within 72 hours of travel. These can be in a print or digital format. Random checks will be made on arrivals at Thailand’s international airports or land border checkpoints (in 22 provinces). Unvaccinated/not fully vaccinated travellers who are unable to show proof of a pre-arrival negative test will be required to undergo a professional ATK test at the point of entry. Starting 1 June 2022, Thai nationals (Thai passport holders) are no longer required to register on Thailand Pass and may enter Thailand without quarantine or COVID-19 tests upon arrival. However, they must bring either their certificate of vaccination or, if unvaccinated / not fully vaccinated, a COVID-19 RT-PCR or Professional ATK test result issued within 72 hours before departure Read more Thailand opening
Thailand wins the best Destination 2022 at the Travel News Market in Stockholm
Thailand wins the prize for Destination 2022 in the category “The budget dream travel for long haul destination” The honor was given at the Travel News Market in Stockholm on November 11th, 2021. Destination 2022 award organized by Travel News was held on November 11th, 2021, in Stockholm, Sweden. The result is based on a survey of 1,500 people across the country and was conducted by the research company Nordic Bench. Ms Eurblarp Sriphiromya, Director Tourism Authority of Thailand Stockholm Office for the Nordic countries and the Baltic States was present during the celebrations and awards ceremony: “I am delighted to receive this honor and this prize shows that Swedish travelers keep Thailand as their favorite destination. As Swedes are longing for Thailand, Thai people also miss their Swede’s friends. Now Thailand is ready to welcome you back.,” says Eurblarp Sriphiromya, Director of Tourism Authority of Thailand Stockholm Office The Tourism Authority of Thailand launches the new concept for 2022 “Amazing Thailand, Amazing New Chapters”. Thailand is now filled with more amazing new experiences than ever before. Visit Thailand Year 2022 and make your new chapter the very best of your life. The new chapters of Thailand are to promote revived destinations, authentic cultures, nature, local experiences and highlight the importance of responsible tourism and sustainable Thailand.
The Return of Leatherback Turtles in Phuket
Even though the pandemic has brought the stop the world, it has also allowed the nature to revive and heal itself. In Phuket, we had witnessed many leatherback turtles have returned to lay their eggs after a long time of absence since 2017. These ancient leatherback turtles are the largest turtle in the world both for fresh water and sea water. What make them so unique is their leather shells and the pattern that look like starfruit. Since they rely fully on nature for their well-being, fertile nature become most impact factor of their distinction. Phuket and Phang Nga are the ideal places for them to lay eggs especially when the tourists were away. On the morning of new year 2021, one of the leatherback mothers came ashore to lay her eggs on Kata Beach, one of the most popular beaches in Phuket. The number of nests continue to grow from 13 nests last year to 18 nests altogether this year. This phenomenon is one of the evident that nature have return to fertility. After the world return to its normal stage, Thailand will continue to work on green tourism and welcome all the travelers close to the nature and the beauty that Thailand has to offer.