Tourism is blooming again after going bust during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns.
We’ve all had to change our lifestyles but travel is back on the agenda as are other matters of lifestyle, finally bringing food, destinations and happiness gained from going places back into focus.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and associated SHA [Amazing Thailand Safety & Health Administration] partnerships are collaborating to host “Travelling Thailand with Confidence with SHA” with the aim to drive and promote tourism and create awareness and confidence around how to travel safely.
With its NEW NORMAL theme, the campaign aims to generate revenue throughout all businesses relating to the tourism industry and gives tourists the chance to experience the charms and identities of each area.
Trattoria Pizzeria Toscana Pattaya Moom Talay and La Vigna Wine Shop now SHA PLUS
New perspectives unfold with new tourism products, leading to discoveries and drawing income to different regions as people enjoy exciting activities tailored to each destination.
Organised by TAT, the “Travelling Thailand with Confidence with SHA” campaign is hosted in 5 provinces in 5 regions, as follows:
- Phuket Province 3-5 December 2021 at Chaloem Phra Kiat Rama X Public Park (Saphan Hin) from 16.00 – 21.00 hours
- Chon Buri Province 17-19 December 2021 at Central Pattaya beach (in front of The Bay) from 16.00 – 21.00 hours
- Nakhon Ratchasima Province 24-26 December 2021 at Mayfair hall, The City Link from 16.00 – 21.00 hours
- Chiang Mai Province 7-9 January 2022 at CentralFestival Chiangmai from 16.00 – 21.00 น.
- Ratchaburi Province 14-16 January 2022 at Rat Pracha Pattana Dam from 16.00 – 21.00 hours
Featured zones include:
SHA PAVILLION area showcases 50 SHA-certified businesses offering special promotions.
Gastronomy Zone comprises 30 outlets featuring food & beverage most loved by locals. Community chefs showcase their signature creations for discerning travellers to taste.
Premium Craft Zone highlights Premium Crafts produced by 20 popular community and startup enterprises.
DIY Zone features distinct DIY activities in each area, including cold-brew coconut oil production, presented by Takian Tia community, Chon Buri.
The event also features free concerts performed by popular artists and a workshop teaching how to design travel routes using an eye-opening all-in-one planning programme available at the website and as an application.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand continues to strictly adhere to Covid-19 preventive measures and requests participants wear a mask at all times, take temperature checks, keep at least 1 metre distance from one another, wash hands with soap or alcohol sanitiser, avoid payment with cash and make payments via online platform to mitigate risks.