Emirates starts an exciting new year in Thailand as the airline announces adding a fourth flight between Bangkok and Dubai from 1 January 2023, boosting connectivity between the two gateways and providing more options for travellers.
Vietravel Airlines is pleased to announce the official launch of its first international route Hanoi – Bangkok which will be open to service by the end of 2022
A celebration was held at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) to mark Air Canada’s inaugural flight AC65, “We are thrilled to launch Air Canada’s first non-stop service to Southeast Asia and the only non-stop flights between North America and Thailand
The first ever ‘Vijit Chao Phraya’ lighting extravaganza, organised by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) in cooperation with public and private sector partners, officially opened last night and will run until Sunday, 27 November, at six landmarks along the Chao Phraya River with enchanting night-time illumination, light shows, and projection mapping displays.
Thailand welcomed over 7 million tourists between 1 January and 26 October, 2022, with the full year target for 2022 being between seven and 10 million visitor arrivals.
Centara Hotels & Resorts, Thailand’s leading hotel operator, releases first details of its newest Bangkok property – Centra by Centara Bangkok Phra Nakhon. Opening in late October 2022, the 180-key low-rise hotel is poised to become a sought-after choice for leisure and business travellers seeking a contemporary urban escape just steps away from Bangkok’s historic district.
Thailand’s borders are now fully open, and travellers from all over the world are heading back in droves to explore its unspoiled beaches and idyllic islands, serene countryside, and the bustle of Bangkok city.
Best Western has opened its latest property in the Thai capital, located close to the city’s Don Mueang International airport.
Thailand expects to get 400 billion baht (USD 10.9 billion) from Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in the second half of 2022. This is post easing of most Covid-19 restrictions and increase in the number of leisure tourists coming to the destination.
Budget airline Thai AirAsia X will launch two direct routes between Thailand and Australia in December. The airline will fly from Bangkok to both Melbourne and Sydney, beginning December 1 and 2 this year, respectively.