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Prosperous Visitors Are Welcome

It is predicted that about 28 million foreigners will stay Thailand in the coming year which will be more than present year which is about 24 million, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) want to employee the “quality customers” through new social media. Purpose of TAT is to form the empire of top quality extravagance destination for tourists belonging from all regions.

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Singha Caddy Championship in Thailand on Monday 16th September 2013

Among seven hundred Thai caddies from six rounds at regional level, about one hundred and forty contestants will participate in grand finale of fourth marvelous Thailand Singha Caddy championship in current year. This event will be held by Siam Plantation in Pattaya by Monday 16th September. 

This tournament will be truly international in the sense that top caddies from China, Malaysia and South Korea will participate in the event of 2013.

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Ocean Marina and the Boat show in Pattaya

The Boat show that is the only luxury lifestyle show is just going to rejoice its 2nd edition in November this year and almost 3000 visitors are expected to be attracted in this great event.

In order to make a connection with the global audience, the traders at Pattaya have launched different and a number of commercial partnerships and sponsorship packages that will help the companies to put together their own initiatives of marketing in the edition number two of the great Marina boat show in Pattaya.

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A Banner Year Seen for Thailand Tourism

Thailand Tourism will continue rising returns from China, ASEAN in coming years; Tourist Court urged amid safety concerns. Good news awaits Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today: the Tourism and Sports Ministry is set to upgrade projected tourism revenue for 2015 to Bt2.2 trillion.

Tourism Minister Somsak Pureesrisak, who will meet with the prime minister today to present his plans on how to achieve the goal, believes tourism will remain buoyant over the next two years, amid increasing inflows of Japanese and Chinese visitors in light of ongoing conflicts between the two countries.

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