The Tourism Authority of Thailand has launched a new edition of Monopoly featuring Chiang Mai to promote tourism. The game showcases the city’s culture, landmarks, and activities.

TAT Launches ‘Monopoly: Chiang Mai Edition’

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has recently unveiled the latest version of the popular family board game, ‘Monopoly: Chiang Mai Edition’. This special edition follows the success of the Monopoly: Phuket Edition and is created by Winning Moves UK in partnership with TAT. The game features more than 30 locations and activities in Chiang Mai, showcasing the rich tapestry of the city’s culture and landmarks.

Immerse in the World of Chiang Mai

With the official launch taking place at The Chiang Mai Old Town Hotel, the Monopoly: Chiang Mai Edition offers a fun and engaging way to explore the city. The game represents an enticing reason to visit Thailand and a unique souvenir for tourists. Through this partnership, TAT aims to drive travelers to have more meaningful experiences and extend their stay by engaging with the local community.

Both the Monopoly: Chiang Mai Edition and Chiang Mai Top Trumps card game can be purchased at various retail stores in Chiang Mai, including Asia Books, Golden Goblin Games, and The Chiang Mai Old Town Hotel, as well as online channels. The Monopoly: Phuket Edition, launched in 2022, is also available for purchase in Phuket.

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