TAT partners THAI, Thai Smile, Krungthai to boost domestic travel

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Thursday September 27, 2018 11:43
Bangkok--5 Oct--TAT Inter PR Division
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), in partnership with Thai Airways International (THAI), Thai Smile Airways and Krungthai Bank, are coming together to boost domestic travel to 55 secondary destinations.
This impressive alliance will launch new 'Local Link' tours with a dedicated e-payment gateway in the last quarter of 2018 to promote Thailand's emerging destinations.
TAT expects domestic travel to 55 secondary destinations to grow by five per cent to 60.33 million trips between January and September this year, generating 165 billion Baht (up nine per cent).
Currently the top five secondary cities are Buri Ram, Phatthalung, Mae Hong Son, Pattani and Ratchaburi.

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