TAT to revive tourism in Koh Samui

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) boosts the promotion of Koh Samui to revive tourism on the island after the devastating March 26-28 flooding.

As the situation has returned to normal in Koh Samui, TAT spearheaded a clean-up campaign over the weekend in cooperation with the Samui Municipality, the Samui Tourism Promotion Association, the Thai Hotel Association South-East Chapter, and regional carrier Bangkok Airways. According to a report in eTurbo News, TAT has also organised a travel fair called ‘Amazing Coasts South’ which will be held on May 26-28, 2011 at Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre. The fair will feature special offers for travel to the island. TAT is also set to launch a new website, http://www.travelsouththailand.com, which will list routes, locations, and tourism activities in both affected and unaffected areas in the south.


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