The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is launching a new “Expat Travel Bonus, the Healthy Journey” promotional campaign, with a special fair to be held during 10-11 October, 2020, from 10.00 – 22.00 Hrs. at Eden 1, Central Department Store at CentralWorld, Bangkok.
Bringing in 53 tourism-related operators, the fair offers special deals and privileges, especially for expats in Thailand. They include promotions for spa treatments and massages starting from 199 Baht, or up to 65% discount.
Domestic air ticket promotions start from 490 Baht – and if booking is made during the fair, get a free 15 kg baggage allowance.
Several hospitals are offering special health checkup packages.
Five-star accommodation packages are also available at the fair.
The fair also conducts DIY workshops for aromatherapy scents and a crash course on office syndrome relief massage.
The first 1,800 expats who register their participation to the fair in advance will receive a 120-Baht BTS one-day pass.
For every 3,000 Baht spent, get a chance to win gift vouchers, including a Divana Sensory Aromatic Massage voucher worth 1,950 Baht, Take Me Tour’s discount card worth 1,111 Baht, and Healthland’s foot massage voucher worth 420 Baht.
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