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Thailand Celebrates 4 Million Arrivals of Malaysian Tourists.

“Thanks 4 Million and Let’s Celebrate Songkran Festival”. Thailand celebrates 4million arrivals of Malaysian tourist into Thailand in 2018. 

Thailand Celebrates 4 Million Arrivals of Malaysian Tourists.
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is organizing a Gala Dinner. 








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Mandarin Oriental Hotel Kuala Lumpur, to mark its success in welcoming 4 million Malaysians into Thailand in 2018, which generated revenue of 114,896 million Baht or approximately 14,730 million Ringgit to Thailand. This year, TAT continues to reposition Thailand as a Quality Leisure Destination that provides the utmost enjoyable experiences to suit all of Malaysians’preferences. 











This event is presided over by H.E. Mr. Narong Sasitorn, Ambassador of Thailand to Malaysia.Mr. Chattan Kunjara Na Ayudhya, Deputy Governor of TAT, said that “Thisevent is organized to extend our thanks to our partners, namely Airlines, Media, Travel Agents and Car Clubs and everyone involved, for their kind contribution and on-going supports that made us achieve the 4 Million arrivals in 2018. 

This year, our objective is to position Thailand as a Quality Leisure Destination. Our current campaign ‘Open to the new shades’ portrays that Thailand has many to offer to tourists in terms of Culture, Arts & Crafts, Nature, Beach, Gastronomy and the way of life. Most importantly we would like to promote Thai local experiences, things like midnight Tuk Tuk food tour, local floating markets, night markets, and experiencing local way of life; these are the things that are uniquely Thai you can’t get anywhere else in the world. We believe that Thai people truly are what makes Thailand unique. Experiences that connect travelers with the locals create authentic and meaningful memories".




“As we are neighbors, Thai people shares many things in common with Malaysians. We are very content to see that Malaysians love Thai food. Research reported that 97.94% of Malaysians travel to Thailand for food. Hence, our wide variety of gastronomy choice suits many different tastes of  Malaysians very well – from HALAL-Certified food, street food, fine-dining to Michelin Star restaurants”. Deputy Governor added.







For Malaysians who travel frequently to Thailand, there are many new emerging cities awaiting them to revisit the Kingdom, namely Mae Hong Son, Satun, Yala (Betong) and Chiang Rai - which currently has direct flight from Kuala Lumpur.

April is also a month of Songkran Festival which is Thai New Year and a water festival in Thailand, therefore, this event showcases the Songkran celebration with spectacular cultural performances. Moreover, Malaysian celebrity, Ms. Yasmin Hani also joins the stage and shares her memorable holiday experience with her family in Thailand.


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