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By Woraprat Lerpaisal

   

BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand is playing host to the 60th Thai Teaw Thai Fair to boost tourism following the country’s reopening. The event features limited offers and promotions from various travel agents.

 

The Thai Teaw Thai Fair is being held at Bitec Bangna Exhibition Centre in Bangkok, between 25 and 28 November. The purpose of the event is to stimulate tourism by promoting must-see destinations in the country, and offering travel deals at an affordable price.

 

The event is Thailand’s biggest annual tourism fair of 2021. It features over 600 exhibitors including hotels, resorts, car rentals, spas, restaurants, and more. Event-goers will have a wide array of deals to choose from.

 

The fair is expected to generate over 200 million baht.

 

The Tourism Authority of Thailand is also part of this event. There are booths that demonstrate the magnificence of the south, giving visitors a glimpse of what they would experience if they visited one of the southern provinces. One of the most famous cities is Nakhon Si Thammarat, which is well-known for its natural attractions and gastronomy.

 

Sirikamol Kaewsaeng-orn, the president of Nakhon Si Thammarat Tourism Association, said the fair is going to revive tourism across the country.

 

For the safety of event-goers, the organizer requires all exhibitors to take ATK tests. For more information, please visit : https://www.facebook.com/thaiteawthaifair/ , or Line application @thaiteawthai . 

 

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3 hours ago, The Hammer2021 said:

Anybody remember  when the tourist police were friendly to tourists? When you could get opium in Chang Mai, Ganja in Bangkok and magic  mushrooms in Koh Samui?

Long live the old days of Pai.  Long gone and dead... 

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Now if only they could get the millions of tourists that they want to come.

  Hmmm, I wonder what could be done  to entice more tourists to

come to amazingly dead and closed Thailand.  Oh don't worry about the 

current rules and restrictions, and tests and the chance to spend

2 weeks in an expensive hospital if you contract COVID, oh and maybe by mid January

of next year you can have a drink of beer, wine or some other alcoholic drink at a restaurant 

or a pub or where ever, like a seat on the beach, or poolside.  Or maybe that will be delayed

until next January of 2023.    Not longer Amazing Thailand in my books.

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