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Enter the “6 Senses Project” to win a real local travel experience

Aug 25. 2017
Photo: Tourism Authority of Thailand
Photo: Tourism Authority of Thailand
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The chance to win the trip of a lifetime…

Here’s a chance for lucky travellers to win the trip of a lifetime with the exclusive ‘6 Senses Project’, which is being organized by the Tourism Authority of Thailand. This unique promotion is highlighting six destinations and six authentic Thai experiences for six winners.

Six lucky individuals will be chosen from those who select their most interesting sense. Participants should complete the application process and submit it during the registration period from now until 31 August, tagging friends on their social media pages (Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn).

Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, TAT Governor said, “Those who apply and tag a friend too will have the opportunity to travel together. If they are picked, they will win a free trip to Thailand.

“The final selection will be made by a judging committee that will choose a winner for each sense. The winners can bring a partner to join the trip, so a total of 12 winners will travel to selected destinations for real local Thai experiences that best complement or identify with each individual sense.”

This project will feature safe, comfortable and unique local Thai experiences in areas of Thailand not yet well known to international travellers, in addition to several existing tourist favourites.

The six senses and destinations are as follows:

Sight                      Ban Mae Klang Luang, Chiang Mai

Smell                     Ban Hom Samunphrai, Chiang Mai

Taste                     Ban Na Ton Chan, Sukhothai

Touch                    Ban Na Ton Chan, Sukhothai

Belief                    Dan Sai, Loei

Hearing                                Khlong Bang Luang, Bangkok

The ‘6 Senses Project’ aims to introduce a new twist on traditional local Thai experiences to foreign visitors, like Thai cooking classes, homestays, agricultural activities or village-based handicraft production that is not filtered like a package tour. Instead each is patterned on activities that are a part of everyday life for the local Thais, presenting activities in an entirely new context based on 100% authentic local Thai cultural experiences.

See more at the TAT Newsroom

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