Photo Release: EXPEDIA THAILAND IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY TRAVEL PRESS EVENT

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Monday September 18, 2017 09:49
Bangkok--18 Sep--Pam Plus Plus

Expedia General Manager of Southeast Asia and India, Simon Fiquet recently organized Expedia Thailand "Importance of Family Travel" Press Event at Plaza Athenee Bangkok. The event aimed to release the results of Expedia's 2017 family travel survey, of which Thailand and Thai travellers rank highest in the world in several categories. Joining the event to share insights regarding family travel were Cindy Bishop and her family.

From left: Bishop Family; Byron-Carmen-CindySirinya-Leila Bishop, Simon Fiquet, Lavinia Rajaram.

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