Bangkok Airways and Tourism Authority of Thailand or TAT’s Phuket and Pattaya offices co-launched a campaign called ‘Amazing Thailand Golf Paradise 2010’ to promote southern and eastern Thailand’s golf destinations. The campaign was officially launched at Bang Phra Golf Course in Sriracha district, Chonburi.
Suwanchai Rittirak, a consultant of TAT, said that the campaign would help to improve tourism in Thailand, especially in Phuket and Pattaya, after the country faced a lot of crises. Fortunately, Bangkok Airways had offered itself to provide more direct flights connecting golf destinations in Phuket and Pattaya.
There were eight leading golf courses in Pattaya joining the campaign namely St. Andrew’s 2000, Burapa Golf Club, Lam Chabang International Golf Club, Siam Country Club, Bang Phra Golf Course, Pattana Golf Course, Khao Kiew Country Club, and Eastern Star Golf Course. In Phuket, the Phuket Country Club and Red Mountain Golf Club were available (so far) to welcome golfers who joined the campaign.
‘Amazing Thailand Golf Paradise’ is a three days two nights package launched during June 16th – August 15th 2010. It is priced at 13,500 baht including an air plane ticket from Bangkok Airways, Airport Tax, Insurance, two nights accommodation with breakfast, airport transfer, and two rounds of 18 holes’ green fee. For more information, call 1771 press 3 or 02 255 8966.