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Why you need to attend the Amazing Tastes of Thailand roadshow

The Amazing Tastes of Thailand roadshow is just around the corner!

Here’s why YOU need to be there:

Amazing Tastes of Thailand

Experience the sights and scents of the Land of Smiles.

Prepare for a night of fun, food and friendship: Thai style.

We recommend coming with an empty stomach—you’ll be sampling delicious fusion canapés and a selection of curated Thai cuisine.

Wine pairings and a selection of beers have also been specially prepared.

Thai trivia

Get ready to test and refresh your knowledge of South East Asia with a night of Thai trivia.

Here’s a warm-up question: In which province was the Wild Boars football team and their coach rescued from, after being trapped in a cave?

You can expect a shot at some amazing prizes as well, including flights, holidays and rooms.

Networking

You and the very best in the industry will network and rub shoulders with some of the most talented travel professionals and wholesalers in the Southern Hemisphere.

Over 50 Thai hotel and tourism operators from various parts of Thailand, alongside airlines such as Thai Airways and Bangkok Airways, will be in attendance.

Operators from Bangkok, Koh Samui, Phuket and Pattaya will be joined by teams from upcoming destinations.

These include Lamphun, Sukhothai and Chiang Mai in the North, Hua Hin and Khao Lak in the South.

We guarantee you will have run out of business cards by the time you’ve left the roadshow.

The Amazing Tastes of Thailand roadshow will be hosted in Melbourne (15 May), Sydney (16 May) and Brisbane (21 May).

TO ENTER

For your chance to attend alongside some of the best in the industry, click here.

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