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Thailand voted among World’s Best Destinations by China’s Travel & Leisure Magazine

China-based travel publication, Travel & Leisure, recently named Thailand as one of the World’s Best Travel Destinations of 2016, alongside France, Canada, Norway, Switzerlandnd Cambodia

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China-based travel publication, Travel & Leisure, recently named Thailand as one of the World’s Best Travel Destinations of 2016, alongside France, Canada, Norway, Switzerlandnd Cambodia, based on the findings of a panel of 20 experienced judges a and tourism statistics.

The award presentation ceremony was held on 23 February, 2017, in Beijing. From Thailand, Ms. Nongrak Yuyendee, Assistant Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Beijing Office, received the award.

Published since October 2015 in both Chinese and English, Travel & Leisure magazine is a Chinese’s publication title with a monthly circulation of more over 500,000 copies.
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