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21 August 2013 :: 10:08:53 am 77531

New Routes Aimed To Boost Chinese Tourists

Business Travel Association Thailand - China relations announces new routes targeting Chinese tourists and using Thailand as a major hub to connect during AEC.
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Mr. Kasen Wattanachaowpisut, President of the Business Travel Association Thailand – China relations(CTA) announces that they are having new deals and routes to be able to meet the needs and demand of the Chinese travelers. If Thailand was to waive visa for the Chinese tourists then this would mean that the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), will also be benefited. The program will be offered to member’s trip for four countries namely Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos maintaining Thailand as a hub to connect. This holds unique, interesting and cheaper costs for all the members to benefit.

Currently all tour companies have international travelling packages but there will focus more on Thailand and then to Singapore and Malaysia as the last destination. Because of this through is quite high however Chinese are one of the major traveled.

Chinese tourists are one of the worlds most traveled, and might not like this route because of the routes and intermingling destinations they are not convinced to learn about the new information. Therefore the decision to improve the package deals will also be informed to the Chinese so that marketing strategies can be implemented during the ACEP 2015.

Chinese tourism industry has grown drastically therefore we need to make the most by increasing our marketing channels keeping in mind China as an ASEAN country. Using these advantages we need to set up a deal that would benefit all countries.

Photo : Internet   Category : Thailand News

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