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- February,2022(part2) -
10 Feb, 2022
Thai Airways launches "Febulous Week promotion"
Thai Airways International has started selling discount tickets under the name "Febulous Week Promotion".

The sales period and travel period are as follows
Sale period: Until February 14, 2022
Eligible travel period: Departure until October 30, 2022

Applying for two or more people at the same time is a condition for purchasing tickets for this promotion. Both must use the same schedule and flight, and only one person cannot cancel or change the schedule. You can change the schedule or name for a fee, but you cannot cancel the ticket.

Below is an example of a ticket price.
Tokyo (Narita) -Bangkok: 58,120 JPY
Osaka (Kansai) -Bangkok: 58,560 JPY
Nagoya-Bangkok: 58,430 JPY
Bangkok-London: 27,050 THB
Bangkok-Sydney: 19,855 THB
Bangkok-Paris: 32,560 THB

Not all dates have flights set. For details, please refer to the official website of Thai Airways International.
09 Feb, 2022
Malaysia considers opening border on March 1 following Thailand
Southeast Asian countries, including Thailand and Singapore, are gradually reopening their borders, and Malaysia has begun considering a complete reopening of its borders to enter Malaysia without quarantine from March 1st.

The conditions for entry without quarantine have not yet been clarified, but it is expected that vaccinated travelers will be able to enter without quarantine, as in Thailand. In Malaysia as well, the opening of the border is expected to revive the economy.

It is reported that Thailand will be in talks with Malaysia and China about a travel bubble in the near future. In Southeast Asia and Europe, more and more countries are deregulating and opening borders, and they are gradually regaining their daily lives.
08 Feb, 2022
Tourists who enter Thailand by using Test & Go scheme surges
From February 1st, Thailand has resumed Test and Go schemes that allow entry without quarantine. One week has passed since the reopening, and the number of troutists who enter Thailand is increasing rapidly.

At the end of last year, applicaiton for new Thailand Pass was temporarily suspended, and the number of torists who enter Thailand dropped sharply to about 200 to 400 per day at the end of January 2022. New application for Test & Go was resumed on February 1st, and the number of touris have been increasing graduarlly with 823 people on February 3, 1,547 on February 4, 1,867 on 5th, and 2,659 on 6th. The number of new applicants for the Thailand Pass after February 1 has already exceeded 60,000, and it is expected that the number of tourists to Thailand without quarantine will increase considerably in the near future.

At the moment, most tourists using Test & Go are from Europe, and the Thai government is aiming to attract tourists from Asia in the future. As a measure, they are trying to build a travel bubble with Asian countries and allow them to enter the country without quarantine only in the designated regions. Regarding the travel bubble, Thai govenment have already announced their intention to discuss with China and Malaysia first.

Thailand has named 2022 "Visit Thailand Year 2022" and has positioned it as an important tourism year, and is actively soliciting foreign tourists.
07 Feb, 2022
Thai Smile start Bangkok - Ho Chi Minh route and Bangkok - Hanoi route from February
Thai Smile, a low-cost carrier of Thai Airways International, will start the Bangkok-Ho Chi Minh and Bangkok-Hanoi routes.

The Ho Chi Minh line operates three times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), and the Hanoi line operates two times a week (Friday and Sunday). Both aircraft are Airbus A320, and the Ho Chi Minh line is already in service on February 1. The Hanoi line is scheduled to open on February 18.

The flight schedule for each route is as follows.

Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) ⇔ Ho Chi Minh
WE550 BKK07: 55 SGN09: 25 Tue / Wed / Sun
WE551 SGN10: 15 BKK11: 40 Tue / Wed / Sun

Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) ⇔ Hanoi
WE564 BKK17: 30 HAN19: 20 Friday and Sunday
WE565 HAN20: 25 BKK22: 15 Friday and Sunday

The Bangkok-Ho Chi Minh and Bangkok-Hanoi routes used to be operated by Thai Airways International. These routes will be transferred to Thai Smile and operated as code-share flights between Thai International Airport and Thai Smile.

Thai Airways International is in financial difficulty and they are trying to streamline its management. It is expected that similar change to Thai Smile from Thai Airways International short-distance international flights routes will be promoted in the future.

For details and reservations, please check the official website of Thai Smile or Thai Airways International.
06 Feb, 2022
Thailand Receives Multiple "Best Travel Destinations" Awards from China's Tourism Industry
On February 4, 2022, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) announced that Thailand won numerous Chinese awards, including "the most popular travel destination" and "the most recommended travel destination" from both China's tourism industry sector and major travel media.

According to Tanes Petsuwan, Deputy Governor of International Marketing for Asia and South Pacific at TAT, a poll of tourists and well-known travel magazines found that Thailand is the most popular destination for tourists across China.

The awards given to Thailand by China are the "Most Popular Destinations" award from online travel agency (OTA) Thong Cheng, the "Recommended Destinations of the Year" award from City Travel Magazine, and the "Most Anticipated Destination – Short Haul" at the Travel Weekly China Award, "2021 Most Popular Overseas Travel Destinations" from WITrip Magazine.

In China, TAT offices in Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Kunming and Shanghai are actively promoting Chinese to travel to Thailand through ongoing cooperation with China's private tourism sector. This includes co-promotional activities with OTA and publicity on the progress of Thailand's resumption of international tourism.

It has recently been reported that officials will discuss the travel bubble between Thailand and China during the current Winter Olympics in Beijing. The Thai tourism industry has been hit hard by the sharp decline in Chinese tourists. Now that Thailand has been found to be a popular destination for Chinese tourists, deregulation and the promotion of travel bubbles are expected as soon as possible.
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