Travel Agents

Excite Holidays launches new campaign and incentive for agents

Agents – this must be your lucky day.

Because to celebrate the launch of Part Two of its  “Thailand: Open to the New Shades” campaign, Excite Holidays are offering you double rewards points!

This campaign, launched in conjunction with the Tourism Authority of Thailand, will showcase the very best of Thailand for a whole two weeks – from it’s buzzing nightlife to the country’s cultural experiences, dining, attractions, shopping and accommodation.

From unique attractions to memorable cultural experiences, taste bud-tingling culinary delights, incredible shopping adventures, and a vibrant nightlife scene that is sure to impress, Thailand ticks all the boxes.

The first guide offered a deeper look into the different elements of Thailand, and showed off the variety of sights and experiences that it has on offer, and this second instalment will complement it tremendously, with six pages stacked full of useful info and fun facts: did you know there are 1,300 species of fish in the Mekong River?

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A useful tool for agents to use when creating an unforgettable trip for a variety of clients, the curated six-page guide features the best that the island paradise has to offer. Whether your clients are visiting for the first time or heading back for a consecutive trip, this guide has you covered – from accommodation to cultural sites to the best shopping spots.

And because they love you, Excite Holidays is also offering agents DOUBLE rewards points for every night booked and paid for in Thailand during the campaign period, between Monday 27 August -Sunday 9 September, 2018!

You can download the guide here: engage.exciteholidays.com/thailand.

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