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After the outbreak, Thailand’s Tourism Authority will organize its first roadshow in China

The material that has been presented makes it quite evident that the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is making concerted efforts to entice Chinese tourists to visit the nation. During the third week of February, TAT intends to host a roadshow in China, with the intention of targeting the three cities in China with the highest populations: Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Chengdu. The roadshow is going to concentrate on establishing foreign independent tourists (FITs) and tour group packages, and it is anticipated that there will be a total of 120 businesspeople from China and Thailand in attendance. In addition, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is collaborating with the Chinese online travel service Ctrip to carry out an online marketing campaign aimed at promoting tour packages to Thailand.

It is also important to note that the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) anticipates that approximately 300,000 Chinese tourists would arrive in Thailand during the first quarter of the year. It is anticipated that the number of Chinese tourists will continue to rise during the rest of the year. In addition to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), other tourism-related businesses in Thailand, such as ferry companies on Koh Samui, are also preparing for the return of Chinese tourists. These businesses are taking steps such as sanitizing boats and stocking them with hand sanitizer in order to accommodate the anticipated influx of Chinese visitors.

It is essential to highlight the fact that aviation and airline operations between Thailand and China will start on January 18 and continue through the third week of March, so that tourists will have access to a variety of travel options that are both easy and affordable.

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