The country saw a 30% overall growth in visitors throughout 2022
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) attributes the significant rise in UAE tourism to the country’s growing range of activities and attractions. Travel between the two countries has also become easier, with several airlines offering direct flights and new routes, including Emirates flying to Krabi and Pattaya.
The core areas of focus for TAT and Dnata Travel include promoting Thailand's diverse range of tourism offerings and affordability, and the accessibility with competitive holiday packages, flight options and travel insurance.
Dnata Travel’s latest holiday packages to Thailand include beach breaks in Phuket, Pattaya and Krabi; city breaks in Bangkok; and a wellness package inclusive of a stay, activities and treatments at Keemala, famous for its treehouse-style accommodation on a hillside in Phuket.
Holiday packages inclusive of three-night stays in five-star accommodation with up to 30% savings, starting from AED3,185 per person.
Tourism Authority of Thailand, Dubai and Middle East director Chaiwat Tamthai commented: “The UAE is a vital area for our tourism development. With a team of experienced travel advisors and a comprehensive range of services, Dnata Travel is well-positioned to help UAE travellers plan unforgettable trips across the country.”
Dnata Travel head of Retail and Leisure UAE Meerah Ketait added: “Thailand has consistently remained a popular choice for UAE travellers with a focus on its stunning beaches, cultural heritage, mouth-watering cuisine and attractive pricing. Bangkok and the natural attractions of Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui in particular, are a continued draw for UAE tourists seeking relaxation and adventure."
For more information, visit www.dnatatravel.com
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