Dr. Preecha Ruengchan, Phitsanulok Governor, focuses on the new trends for expanding market in Phuket.

As Phuket is a top tourism destination for many travelers, they have purchasing power in consumer goods and souvenirs as well. Income distribution and public goods relations are important points for this project.

The event taking place at Central Phuket Festival from August 29 until September 3.

Every OTOP are come from every part of Thailand, and you can enjoy with unique art and culture from Phitsanulok as well.

Low fares leader Jetstar Asia has announced expansion of Thailand services with a new double daily Singapore to Phuket offering from 15 December 2009* joining a new third daily Singapore to Bangkok service from 27 September 2009.

The confirmation of three additional daily services between Singapore and Thailand represents Jetstar’s most significant expansion of Thai services to date.

The new services come as the carrier confirms it will welcome an additional three A320 aircraft into its Singapore fleet of an existing seven aircraft over the next year.

The new Thailand services will deliver over 7,000 seats of new capacity into and out of Thailand.

This is in addition to Jetstar Asia’s existing twice daily A320 operations between Singapore and Bangkok and Jetstar Australia’s services between Sydney and Phuket three times weekly and between Melbourne and Bangkok three times weekly both with wide-bodied A330-200 aircraft.

To celebrate, Jetstar is having a special sale with Jetsaver Light fares (carry on luggage only) from Phuket to Singapore for 299 baht.  The sale will start at 12 noon on Friday 21 August 2009 and will end on Saturday 22 August 2009, unless seats sell out prior.  Sale fares are available for travel 12 January – 9 February 2010, 23 February – 10 March 2010, 23 March – 26 May 2010. Fares are subject to availability and are not available on all flights all days. See Jetstar.com for full terms and conditions.

Source: Jetstar