Simply complete all three training modules before 15 July 2015 for your chance to win one of 20 places on the Thailand Mega Famil visiting some of Thailand’s hidden gems.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Ratchaburi
For those who’ve started but not yet completed, you now have only four weeks to complete all three training modules for your chance to win, and for those who’ve not yet started – now’s the time to check it out.
The workshop has been designed to give travel professionals practical and important information about Thailand, from answers to visitor’s FAQs; such as the best time to go to Thailand, How to get around, things to see and do, where to get reliable and up-to-date information and some useful travel tips.
Thailand has long been among Australia’s favourite international destinations, for its unique culture, its food and the friendly people.
As well as well-known destinations such as Bangkok, Phuket, Ko Samui, Pattaya, Chiang Mai and Kanchanaburi, there are many more destinations waiting to be explored. This is an opportunity for travel professionals to learn more about destinations beyond the mainstream and encourage travellers to spend more time exploring Thailand.
The workshop, which is split into 3 components, will cover Thailand’s more popular attractions as well as the unseen and untouched alternate destinations.
Participants need to complete all 3 components for a chance to win a place on the Thailand Mega Famil.
This first workshop module covers information on Thailand and Bangkok, Part 2 covers key destinations on the Andaman Coast (Ranong, Phang – Nga, Phuket, Krabi, Trang and Satun), and Part 3 covers the East and West Coast of the Gulf of Thailand (Chumphon, Surat Thani and Nakhon Si Thammarat, Chonburi, Rayong, Chantaburi and Trat).
“Upon completion of the ‘Discover Thailand’ Workshop, travel professionals will not only gain better understandings about Thailand and its amazing destination, but also get a chance to win a seat on the Thailand Mega Famil.”, said Ms. Rujiras Chatchalermkit, Director of Tourism Authority of Thailand, Sydney office.
Travel professionals can sign up at www.thailand.net.au/training. Once registered, participants are able to complete three training modules and be in the running to win a seat on Famil.
“We hope this workshop will give travel professionals the information and knowledge they need to plan the perfect holidays for their clients, and help people discover the diversity of Thailand”.