Rao Tiew Duay Kan offers a 40 per cent discount on hotel rooms and restaurants, capped at Bt3,000 per room night for a maximum 15 rooms or 15 nights. Participants also receive a Bt600 e-voucher when checking in at participating hotels, restaurants, and tourist attractions as well as a 40 per cent flight refund when they check out, capped at Bt3,000 per person.
The subsidy scheme is limited to 2 million travellers, who must reserve rooms at least seven days in advance. Registration opens from today at www.เราเที่ยวด้วยกัน.com for Thai nationals aged 18 and over and covers room bookings from October 15 October to January 31 next year.
“Those who have already registered for the campaign in the first and second phases do not need to apply again. They can continue using their remaining subsidy from the abovementioned date,” said government spokesperson Traisulee Traisaranakul.
Meanwhile, the Tour Tiew Thai co-payment scheme covers up to 40 per cent of tour packages for a maximum of one million people. The subsidy is capped at Bt5,000 per trip, with bookings from October 8 until January 31 next year.
Registration for the scheme is open at www.ทัวร์เที่ยวไทย.ไทย for Thai nationals aged 18 and up.
The government expects the schemes to boost domestic travel in 2021 to 90 million trips, bringing total revenue of Bt400 billion.
Published : September 24, 2021