Thailand kicks off for winter with Amazing Thailand New Chapters Roadshow in Denmark and Stockholm

Amazing Thailand New Chapters Roadshow to Nordic & Baltic 2022 is Tourism Authority of Thailand very first roadshow in the Nordic region after the pandemic. Over 40 participants from travel agencies, charters and airlines from the Nordic and Baltic market joined the Amazing Thailand Roadshow to meet 18 representatives from hotels and destination management companies from Thailand. The events took place in Denmark on August 23 and in Stockholm on August 24.

Participants from travel agencies, charters and airlines from the Nordic and Baltic market and 18 representatives from hotels and destination management companies from Thailand

Welcoming speech by Ms. Titiporn Manenate, Executive Director for Europe,  Africa and Middle East Region
Ms. Titiporn Manenate, Executive Director for Europe,  Africa and Middle East Region, H.E. Mrs. Sirilak Niyom Ambassador of Thailand to Denmark, Mrs. Orn Doungchan, Director of TAT Stockholm Office

The Nordic and Baltic market is one of the most important markets for the Thai travel industry. Approximately 10 percent of the number of tourist arrivals from Europe region are from Nordic and Baltic. This year, TAT is moving forward with its goal to revitalize and transform Thai tourism with the ‘Visit Thailand Year 2022: Amazing New Chapters’ campaign. It is a shift towards sustainable and responsible tourism. Our goal is to drive Thailand towards experience-based and sustainable tourism” said, Ms. Titiporn Manenate, TAT Executive Director for Europe,  Africa and Middle East Region.

Amazing Thailand New Chapters Roadshow to Nordic & Baltic 2022 showcased travel products, services and experiences from around Thailand with a focus on sustainable approach. 

Welcoming speech by H.E. Mrs. Kanchana Patarachoke Ambassador of Thailand to Sweden

Thailand product update by Mrs. Orn Doungchan, Director of TAT Stockholm Office

Thailand is among the top favorite countries for Nordic and Baltic travelers and we want to make sure that they have a “Meaningful” journey to Thailand. They can travel through Thailand in a sustainable way. The trips will save the environment and also support the Thai communities.Travellers can spend their quality time with their loved ones in Thailand. Travelers have new meaningful experiences in Thailand and come back home with good memories”, said Mrs. Orn Doungchan, Director of TAT Stockholm Office

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