Leading online travel agency ZUJI has announced its commitment to support Thailand through a regional partnership with Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
A relationship that began in 2009 with ZUJI Singapore, ZUJI is now expanding its attractive offers for intra-Asia leisure travellers across all its sites in the Asia Pacific region.
“We are saddened by the news of the damages experienced in southern Thailand due to severe flooding and mudslides,” explained Phang Shueh Chyan, director of marketing ZUJI Asia Pacific.
“The patience and resilience of the Thai people in these challenging times are admirable.
“Thailand remains the premier destination for intra-Asia leisure travel and we are proud to work with TAT to deliver an exciting and enriching experience to our customers.”
Thailand’s tourism sector has been on a strong growth path since mid-2010 and ZUJI will lend its full support to sustain the trend, which yielded 1.8 million tourist arrivals and helped buoy hotel occupancy in February.
“Bangkok is consistently a preferred leisure destination across our websites in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and India, and has seen a strong 50 per cent year-on-year volume increase in 2010.
“The partnership is especially timely with the Thai Song Kran holiday around the corner,” Phang added.
WSDE Sport Tourism Expo
In what looks like an exciting year for Thailand, WSDE World Sport Expo will call on Bangkok later in the year.
World Sport Destination Expo is the only global B-2-B exhibition dedicated to showcasing the booming $600 billion a year Sport Tourism market - the most rapidly growing sector in travel and tourism.
WSDE presents a much needed annual opportunity for the Sport Tourism industry to come together, not only to conduct lucrative future business deals and source new contacts and markets, but also to gain invaluable insights from the advanced knowledge of market leaders.
WSDE is a vital event for those wishing to be part of the future of travel.
Now in its 2nd year, WSDE 2011 will take place in Bangkok, Thailand - Asia’s Sport Tourism Gateway - from September 27th–29th 2011.