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Phuket travel roadshow lands B1.3mn in tour packages sold

By The Phuket News

 

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The roadshow in Bangkok secured B1.3 million in travel packages sold. Photo: TAT Phuket

 

PHUKET:-- The four-day Phuket travel promotion “roadshow” held in Bangkok last weekend and early this week landed more than B1.3 million in tour packages sold, reports the Phuket office of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).

 

Montri Manator, Deputy Director of the TAT Phuket office, delivered the news at a meeting at Provincial Hall yesterday (Aug 4), held to announce further steps Phuket officials are taking to help revive the island’s tourism industry.

 

The “Phuket Dedthangkoh” (“Phuket Awesome Island”) roadshow, held at the Siam Paragon Shopping center on July 30 - Aug 2, saw tour packages totalling B1,307,278 sold, Mr Montri said.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/phuket-travel-roadshow-lands-b1-3mn-in-tour-packages-sold-76908.php

 

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-- © Copyright Phuket News 2020-08-05
 

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16 hours ago, Airalee said:

So, if a room is ฿1000 per night (฿7000 for a weeks stay).   That’s 185 rooms booked for a week.  If it’s a higher end hotel at ฿3000 per night, that’s 60 rooms booked for a week. 
 

How many rooms are on Phuket?  Just counting the Ibis in Kata (258 rooms), that doesn’t even fill one hotel up.

 

How much was spent putting on this 4 day road show?

 

Just checked...Phuket has 1800 hotels with 84,700 rooms.  

I think you need to go back to school and learn Thai math 🙂 258 rooms in Ibis Kata divided by the total number of rooms in Phuket is a 95% occupancy rate. This promotion has been an outstanding success for Phuket and for TAT who invented it. Who else but TAT could have thought of this?? 🙂

 

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1.3 M Baht is 42,000 USD. How is that going to help? How sad to be a Thai person with this kind of silly propaganda being forced on them. 

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