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Remote Lands & Tourism Authority of Thailand Sign Co-Marketing Agreement

July 25, 2016 Destination Thailand / Mekong No Comments Email Email

Remote Lands, the world’s leading ultra-luxe Asia travel designer, is proud to announce their newest partnership with the Tourism Authority of Thailand geared towards premium travelers. With unwavering personalized service and deep knowledge of Asia, the company’s latest initiative will offer guests even more exceptional access to some of the Thailand’s most fascinating treasures and showcase the country as a top-tier luxury destination.

Remote Lands currently offers an array of scintillating journeys throughout Thailand including Khao Yai, Krabi, Samui, Koh Kood and Sukhothai. Six new itineraries featuring off-the-beaten path, LGBT and family-friendly experiences will be added to Remote Lands’ Thailand offerings as part of their relationship with the Tourism Authority. New properties including Iniala Beach House in Phuket and Pa Sak Tong in Chiang Rai have been confirmed.

Other ways in which Remote Lands and Tourism Authority of Thailand will be working together include social media promotion, agent webinars and inclusion in newsletters and Remote Lands’ new online magazine.

“We’re thrilled to be working with the Tourism Authority of Thailand to create these exclusive journeys as well as overall marketing initiatives to further both of our brands,” states Catherine Heald, Co-Founder & CEO of Remote Lands. “Whether it’s spa retreats, beach escapes or exclusive island resorts, we look forward to showcasing Thailand as a must-visit destination to travelers seeking a truly luxurious experience.”

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