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TAT’s Amazing Tastes of Thailand Roadshow 2019 recap + trivia winners

It’s been just over a week since the Amazing Tastes of Thailand Roadshow wrapped! Here’s a recap of each event, complete with highlights and a list of the megaminds who triumphed at trivia.

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Over 50 representatives of Thai hotels, attractions and airlines exhibited their products and networked with Australian travel professionals from 15 to 21 May in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane respectively.

Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) director for Oceania Suladda Sarutilavan shared with the audience key strategies – promoting Thai local experiences highlighted by gastronomy, tourism dispersal and insights into creating responsible tourism — balanced for tourism, the environment and community needs.

TAT’s marketing manager for Australia, Sherly Handjojo, presented Thailand’s unique and latest attractions in Bangkok, Phuket, Samui, Krabi, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Trat.

You can check out all the snaps from the opening event in Sydney here.

On top of that, there were a whole host of winners at Amazing Tastes of Thailand 2019 trivia.

Here’s a list of all the big brains that earned bragging rights:

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Melbourne

Samantha Pearson (STA Travel), Kerin Sio (Flight Centre), Jessica Krammer (Travel Managers), Meghan Amarasekera (STA Travel), Christine Khouzam (Flight Centre), Charlotte Gordon (Flight Centre), Kayla King (Flight Centre), Tina Millington (Travel Councellors), Dominic Ching (Flight Centre), Amy Mortlock (STA Travel)

Sydney

Louise Leo (STA Travel), Julian Ginailhac (Adore Holidays), Tom Olozak (E-cruising Travel), Lynette Hood (Hoot Holidays), Margaret Sibraa (Qantas Holidays), Livia Budisetio (Flight Centre), Suzanne Tate (Hoot Holidays), Adam Burke (Scenic), Melissa Goodwin (MTA Travel), Scott Docherty (E-cruising Travel)

Brisbane

Lorraine Young (Flight Centre), Annette Fyfe (Travel Managers), Adam Townson (Travel Associate), Jackie Hardman, Eloise McLaren (FC), Vicki Blanco (Travel Counsellors), Margaret Ong (Onshow Travel), Jatupon Kosila (Travel Addict), Nicole Baker (Infinity Cruise), Suzanne Markham (Travel Managers)

Featured image, from left to right: Wasawadee Sanpradith, Thitawin Taechasattayanon, Pimparas Chinnabutra, Nattachit Oonsiam , Suladda Sarutilavan, Kuntida Noenuirai, Tippawan Supamitkitja (Royal Thai Embassy Canberra), Andrew Park (Royal Thai Honorary Consulate-General Brisbane), Sherly Handjojo, Natnipa Nagavajara, Sivakorn Hornopparat.

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