Pacific Leisure loses MGTO account
BANGKOK, 11 July 2012: Pacific Leisure Group (Thailand) lost a lucrative contact, 30 June, to represent Macau tourism after 17 years promoting the destination in Thailand.
The travel company released a statement, yesterday, confirming the termination of its status as the Thailand representative for the Macau Government Tourist Office.
The announcement said the company’s contract with the MGTO had expired at the end of June with no sign of contract renewal.
However, it understood that the MGTO will continue its presence in Thailand after a pause of just a few months to consider various competitive bids. The government tourism office has placed the Thailand account up for bid and technically Pacific Leisure could be part of that process.
Pacific Leisure (Thailand) said it has stocks of Macao maps and guidebooks in the Thai language and travel agents who need them should Pacific Leisure (Thailand)’s office at Maneeya Centre Building, Ploenchit Road, Bangkok.
The Pacific Leisure (Thailand) has represented for the MGTO since 1995. It continues to represent Munich Tourist Office and Munich International Airport.