Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) celebrated its 60th anniversary, with a glamourous event in Dubai under the theme ‘Luxperience’ in partnership with Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. The event highlighted luxury travel in Thailand, and in parallel, saw the launch of seven animal-themed family suites that have been added to Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, the five-star resort-style property located at the heart of the city.
Pichaya Saisaengchan, Director of Tourism Authority of Thailand Dubai and Middle East said, “We have experienced a shift in the industry as millennials become the main traveller demographic with the Middle East being home to a youthful population. We have seen an increase in the number of travellers to the Kingdom from the region over the past years, with 506,657 visitors from the Middle East and welcomed more than 130,000 visitors from the UAE in 2019.”
“Inside each suite exists a sensory experience, where kids are invited to explore and create their unique “den” which they can call their own while staying with us. We have created an environment in which children return to more conventional, interactive playtime experiences using drawing materials, board games and books,” explains Richard Schestak, Managing Director of Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok.