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SKAL International Thailand launches Destination Marketing Websites

Author: Andrew J Wood / Date: Wed, 05/12/2021 - 11:08
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The original idea, #rediscoversamui was first launched by the SKAL Club of Koh Samui.

SKAL International Thailand has launched a series of Destination Marketing Websites with a strong focus on promoting their business as part of their membership benefits. “In a bid to encourage the return of tourists and visitors to Thailand (once the borders are completely reopened and it is safe to do so) we are committed to support our members with this marketing initiative.

#rediscoverthailand is focusing on inspirational imagery of Thailand’s natural beauty as well as its sophisticated city life and rich cultural history.” said SKAL International Thailand, President, Wolfgang Grimm.

The original idea, #rediscoversamui was first launched by the SKAL Club of Koh Samui. Due to its success SKAL International Thailand is now expanding it to all regions with a SKAL Club. SKAL members now have their business featured on the #rediscoverthailand destination portal 100% FREE of commission and charges with all referrals being directed to their websites.

#rediscoverthailand
#rediscoverbangkok
#rediscoverchiangmai
#rediscoverhuahin
#rediscoverkrabi
#rediscoverphuket
#rediscoversamui

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Andrew J Wood

English born Andrew J Wood, is a freelance travel writer and for most of his career a professional hotelier. Andrew has over 35 years of hospitality and travel experience. He is a Skal member and a hotel graduate of Napier University, Edinburgh. Andrew is also a former member of the Executive Committe of Skal International (SI), National President SI THAILAND, Club President of SI BANGKOK and is currently SI Asia Area a.VP Southeast Asia (SEA), and Director of Public Relations Skal International BANGKOK. He is a regular guest lecturer at various Universities in Thailand including Assumption University's Hospitality School and the Japan Hotel School in Tokyo.