Thai culture comes alive at tourism festival

Yuthasak Supasorn, governor of Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), together with Kalin Sarasin, chairman of the Board of TAT and Silapasuai Rawisaengsun, deputy permanent secretary for Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, took to the stage on Wednesday to launch the 38th Thailand Tourism Festival.

This annual festival, which takes place at Bangkok’s Lumpini Park from January 17-21, spotlights the different cultural heritage, attractions and products from the five main regions (north, south, central, east and north-east) of Thailand.

During the five-day festival, visitors can experience the Thai way of life at unique tourism villages, food zones featuring culinary delights from Bangkok’s 50 districts and the country’s five regions, as well as a cultural procession starting at 17.00 each day.

This year, TAT has launched its new marketing campaign called Open to the New Shades of Thailand to support Thailand’s tourism industry.

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