The Tourism Authority of Thailand Exhibiting at WTM Africa 2018

The Tourism Authority of Thailand Exhibiting at WTM Africa 2018

The Tourism Authority of Thailand will be exhibiting at WTM Africa, the leading B2B exhibition in Africa, for the fifth year since its launch date.

Aimed at bringing the tourism industry (worldwide) together over a three-day period, Lesley Simpson, local representative in South Africa has this to comment: “WTM Africa is an integral part of our annual marketing plan, so participation is important – especially as our goal is to promote the wide diversity the destination has to offer. We launched a new marketing concept this year called ‘Open to the new Shades’, highlighting the unique aspects of the Thai culture”.

Thailand is becoming an increasingly popular holiday destination among South Africans with the overall number of visitors increasing from 78 000 to 93 000 annually, which makes this the perfect choice for those looking for information about this amazing destination.


TAT will be on stand number D04 and will be host to six sharing exhibitors, representing a selection of hoteliers from the Kingdom of Thailand.  Combined with TAT’s South African office, this is the perfect opportunity to visit the stand and gather first-hand information from this team of professionals.


Please refer to the list of exhibitors on the TAT stand below:

  • Nipa Resort Patong
  • Zeavola Resort

TAT looks forward to meeting you on stand D04 at WTM Africa 2018!


Tourism Authority of Thailand is represented in South Africa by Lesley Simpson Communications. For further information, please contact: tel: +27 11 463 8195, fax: +27 11 463 8196, email:

About The Tourism Authority of Thailand: The Tourism Authority of Thailand (T.A.T.) was established in 1960 by the Royal Thai Government to be specifically responsible for tourism promotion. In 1965, T.A.T. opened its first overseas office in New York. Since then, T.A.T. has established 21 offices in different parts of the world.

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Taking place in Cape Town, South Africa, nearly 5000 travel industry professionals attend Africa’s leading and only business to business (B2B) exhibition for inbound and outbound Africa travel and tourism markets.

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