Thai’s The Embassy of Kuwait in partnership with the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Dubai and Middle East Office on Tuesday at the Four Seasons Hotel in Kuwait City for an event titled ‘Rediscovering Thailand in a stunning new chapter of luxury’. has been held. The event was held to boost tourists from the Middle East to Thailand, especially Kuwait, which ranks among the top three in the region, and to promote the new campaign “Amazing New Chapters”.
Rooge Thammongkol, Thai Ambassador to Kuwait, said: Our bond is intimate and heartfelt. This is friendship, partnership and cooperation based on mutual benefits, providing a basis for cooperation in many areas such as trade, energy, investment, education, sports and tourism. ”
The Ambassador revealed that three years ago, about 70,000 Kuwaitis traveled to Thailand for medical treatment and tourism. Everything went wrong with the arrival of COVID-19, explaining that the pandemic has hit tourism in Thailand, but TAT officials are working around the clock to keep the country back on track.
“The Thai Embassy in Kuwait has carried out many promotional projects such as supplementing Thailand in English and Arabic newspapers, medical seminars, introducing famous Thai hospitals, Thai cuisine, mango sticky rice and Thai silk. The Thai Games will be held at the Sabah Al Salem Stadium,” he added.
Rooge added that Thailand is well-positioned to offer ideal destinations for vacation and work, and was ranked first among 150 work destinations around the world last year. life. Thailand Tourism Authority (TAT) Dubai and Middle East Office Director Chaiwat Thamtai said Thailand welcomes her 39 million tourists and the number of tourists from the Middle East is increasing year by year. said.
The number of Kuwaiti tourists is the largest, with 78,199 Kuwaitis visiting Thailand, and we expect this number to increase. He added that from May 2022 to August 2022, 25,000 Kuwaitis will be the most popular destination for travelers. It makes for an affordable, luxurious and trendy destination. The Thai Embassy in Kuwait has announced that Thailand will fully reopen from May 1, 2022, no longer requiring RT-PCR testing and quarantine for fully vaccinated travelers.