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Why Thailand?

Khao Hong Krabi Northern Thailand crops Elephant, Chiang Mai

Breathtakingly varied landscapes

  • The landscapes of Thailand are wonderfully varied: plains and karst coasts, mountains, nature reserves, waterfalls, paddy field, skyscrapers, a rich seabed and the white sand beaches which border the Gulf of Thailand and the Indian Ocean.

Numerous activities

  • Jump into a Tuc-Tuc or climb aboard a traditional boat in Bangkok to enjoy Thailand ad its brilliant best.
  • Typical meeting and incentive activities include visiting the floating markets, attending a Thai boxing match, exploring an ornately-decorated temple, experiencing a traditional Thai massage, trekking in the jungle with elephants, and much much more.

The food

  • Thai cuisine is world-renowned and justifiably popular.
  • Whilst the rice (sweet & richly scented), hot spicy curries and soups are trademark dishes, the fresh seafood, Som Tam which is the national dish made from shredded unripened Papaya, are all very tasty.
  • Then there’s the fruit.
  • The local desserts…you’ll never go hungry!

The climate

  • The entire country is warm all year round thanks to a dry November to May period and a sunny June to October.

Centuries of culture

Thailand is full of temples, each more beautiful than the last. Four of the most fascinating temples are:

  • The famous reclining Buddha in Bangkok.
  • The entire city UNESCO heritage recognized city of Ayuthaya.
  • The White Temple in Chiang Rai.
  • The Doi Suthep temple in Chiang Mai.
  • Groups will discover a modern country that has kept its authenticity very much intact.

A friendly and respectful population

  • Thais are known to be very cheerful and carefree.
  • There is a real tradition of hospitality in this country hence its nickname of Land of Smiles. This feature is part of the great attractions of Thailand.
  • The friendliness and smiles of its inhabitants embellish the country.

The exchange rate

  • The Thai baht offers a favourable rate of exchange for most major currencies. This makes meeting venues, gala dinner locations, accommodation and the general cost of your programme surprisingly affordable.

Sample Programmes

Take a look at our meeting and incentive programmes in Thailand to find out how you can make the most of your trip to Thailand

Temple at night

2 Night Meeting in Bangkok – Capital city

Elephants

5 night incentive in Bangkok & Chiang Mai

Phuket, Thailand

5 night incentive in Bangkok & Phuket

Contact Ovation Thailand

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Your contacts at Oriental Events are Kritidech Srabua, Founder & CEO, Saroporn Saraya and Napaphach Srabua. For regional enquiries the following contact details apply:

 

 

Bangkok and central Thailand, 176 Plus Citypark (Soi 10), Sukhumvit 101/1, Wachirathamsatit 31, Bangchak, Prakhanong, Bangkok 10260
Tel: +66 (0)81 8955664, +66 (0)2396 0774

Ms. Napaphach Srabua, Director

Chiang Mai and Northern Thailand, 295 Moo 1, Mahidol Road, Soi 3, Nonghoi District, Muang, Chiangmai 50000
Tel: + 66 (0)81 8955664, +66 (0)5385 1715

Ms. Praiwan Lawichai, Manager

Phuket & Southern Thailand, 101/10 M00 1, Kathu District, Kathu, Phuket 83120
Tel: +66 (0)81 8955664, +66 (0)7624 9129

Ms. Napaphach Srabua, Director


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