2009 – Issues 31 – 35
Tourism Authority of Thailand invites agents to test drive routes in the Far North.
THAI’s holiday division revives its heritage tours to Sri Lanka.
Pacific Asia Travel Association’s boards of directors approve a no-meat-on-the-bones business plan to get recovery on the way.
The race for the governor’s post at TAT starts with 10 candidates on the starting blocks.
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In the north, Chiang Mai hopes to realign its tourism promotions to draw more events in the two-year lead time before the city’s convention centre opens. P 3.
For visitors who are interested in pre-history there is plenty to keep them occupied in Khon Kaen province where some amazing dinosaur fossils were discovered. P 10
Air Berlin has introduced travel deals that cover the winter festive season. Page 8
Bavaria and Tirol teamed up to convince Thai outbound agents to sell holiday tours. Page 10