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TCEB spices up Thailand again for business events
Bangkok, April 11, 2017
 

The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) is returning the Spice Up Thailand campaign for the fourth consecutive year, adding new privileges for domestic business event travellers and targeting delegates from Asia, especially CLMV countries.

 

In collaboration with Visa International (Thailand), Tourism Authority of Thailand, Thai Airways, Thai Smile Airways and the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce, TCEB is offering privileges such as discounts on hotel accommodation, car rental, airport transfers, restaurant dining and golf course green fees.

 

 

TCEB will also run ‘Plan More, Enjoy More’ from May to July, allowing delegates to design their own trips and share their experiences through social media channels using the hashtags #PlanMoreEnjoyMore and #SpiceUpThailand.

 

The participant who obtains the highest number of likes and shares will receive two international air tickets courtesy of Thai Airways.

 

From April to December, delegates can access Spice Up Thailand privileges by registering and downloading the Spice Up Privilege Coupons via the campaign website www.spiceupthailand.com, or pick up the Spice Up Privilege Coupon Booklet at the registration counter.

 

In the campaign's 2016 run, 46 business events by 16 organisers were registered and more than 43,000 coupons were redeemed. The five most popular products redeemed were restaurants, shopping, attractions, spas, and transportation. The top five nationalities participating were China, India, Singapore, Vietnam and the US.

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