Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 going to start from 23rd to 27th of January in Bangkok’s Lumpini Park. Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 will promote environmentally friendly travel and features five zones of fun and food. The five ‘tourism villages’ represents the regions of Thailand plus two additional zones. This year the TTF 2019 will inspire Thais, expatriates and visiting tourists to travel around beautiful Thailand in an environmentally-friendly and sustainable way.
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The highlights of the Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 were announced on 10th of January at a press conference which is presided over by TAT (Tourism Authority of Thailand) Governor Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn. The press conference also showcased some of the products nd services to be an offer at the Thailand Tourism Festival 2019.
According to Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, each zone of the ‘tourism village’ will come with its own theme or stage for activities and performances. Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 will have the theme of environmentally friendly travel under which it will promote green travel with an objective of presenting inspirational and attractive tourism products and services to stimulate more travel bookings to both major and emerging destinations in the country. TTF 2019 also encourages its visitors and Thai nationals to boldly step out and travel beyond traditional destinations and experience Thailand from a new perspective and point of view.
The five zones of the Tourism villages on offer at the Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 include as follow:
Central Region Zone: The Central Region Zone will present the heritage of old Siam through a traditional Thai House and demonstrations which include activities such as garland making etc. It will also represent the way of life back in the days through its various activities.
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Northern Zone: The Northern zone will showcase its famous beautiful and intricate patterns of its handwoven cotton and silk textiles for which the region is famous in the country. This zone also reflects the artistic nature of the people of the North along with a range of contemporary arts inspired by the region.
Southern Zone: This zone represents the new perspectives of the South which shines on secondary cities away from beaches and islands such as Surat Thani and Phattalung. It also presents the hidden gems in major cities like Phuket’s Peranakan and arts in the three southernmost provinces.
Northeastern (Isan) Zone: This region highlights the food which is the major inspiration for traveling to this region. It brings Thailand’s vibrant cuisine to life along with this the region links the food with the traditional festivals and cultural values while promoting its three main tourism clusters: North Isan, Central Isan, and South Isan.
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Eastern Zone: The Eastern Zone which spotlights 3D photography and replicas of landmarks from the region. It presents the new perspective of the east under a more fun concept.
Tourists will also be able to find out more about the Reduce-Reuse-Recycle waste initiative in the Thailand Tourism Festival 2019 which aims to help raise awareness and promote responsible sustainable tourism through various activities and games. The TAT studio will provide the daily live broadcast of TTF 2019 in various formats which include news report, special scoops, interviews plus activities, and performances. The TAT studio comprises the live digital TV studio, a 1672 traveler companion information center, an ‘Or Sor Tho’ magazine section, and virtual reality games along with lucky draws.
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