Thai International Travel Fair

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Thai International Travel Fair (TITF) 2011
Overview
Thai International Travel Fair was organized by The Thai Travel Agents Association (TTAA) co-operates with Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Tour Agencies. The purpose of this event is to help promote Thailand’s tourism industry and provide the tourists with new tour programs both domestic and outbound as in the following: 1. To encourage tourists to travel and to provide them the opportunity to meet tour agents, hotels and resorts packages and airlines promotion. 2. To make the tourism atmosphere both inbound and outbound tour programs to the most enjoyable, usual and interesting experience. The Thai Travel Agents Association (TTAA) invited the tour organizers, hotel and resort operations, airlines companies and those who have business in tourism, to participate this event for the promised prosperous of the industry. There are many kinds of exhibitors such as International and Domestic Airlines, Foreign tourism promotion organizations, Domestic and Outbound tourist companies, Hotels, Golf and Spa Resorts, Tourist products and Camping equipment, Cruises and Car rental companies, OTOP Products, and Tourist agency. There are 4 zone areas in the exhibition:

1. Plenary Hall 1-3 contains travel agent, embassy, and national tour operation (NTO). 2. C2 Zone contains travel agent, hotel, resort, and boutique. 3. CG Zone contains magazine, travel equipment, hotel, spa, and OTOP products. 4. Plaza Zone contains car rental, cruises, and low cost airlines.

Recreation
There are several recreations in Thai International Travel Fair 2011 in outbound and domestic tourist attraction. Example by following: 1. Recreation in Taiwan such as Yehliu is a cape on the north coast of Taiwan, A distinctive feature of the cape is the hoodoo stones that dot its surface. Yangmingshan National Park is famous for its cherry blossoms, hot springs, sulfur deposits, fumaroles, venomous snakes and hiking trails,...
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