Bangkok, 24 April 2019 – Thai Airways International (THAI) is holding “See the World Sense the World” photo contest for passengers who travel with THAI or THAI Smile during 26 April – 15 July 2019 and share photographs on social media to win roundtrip tickets.

Contestants must be 18 years of age or older who travel with THAI or THAI Smile within the dates indicated.

Photographic entries shall be posted as public posts on Instagram or Facebook with a limitation of three photos for each trip.

The caption must include flight number, date of departure, #LetsSenseTheWorld, and tag @ThaiAirways or @ThaiSmileAirways.

THAI and THAI Smile are offering a total of 38 THAI Royal Silk, THAI Economy, or THAI Smile Economy roundtrip air tickets for winners.

The winners will be announced on 15 August 2019 on www.thaiairways.com

Here’re are a couple of the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s file photos of destinations that THAI and THAI Smile operate domestic flights to.

THAI holds See the World Sense the World photo contest
Ratchaprapha Dam or Chieo Lan Dam in Khao Sok National Park, Surat Thani

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