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Honeyteering in Thailand

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Thailand’s myriad of destinations mean it is perfectly placed to capitalise on the emerging global trend for honeymooners who wish to volunteer

After making a donation, Apiluk Ongsiriporn and his wife Nichaphat Pornyoskrai left the orphanage in Phang Nga province and headed to the turtle shelter on the beach. Here, the newlyweds learned about…

“This is totally different from our trips in the past. We normally only visit the sights in Ayutthaya,” they say. “This is something heartwarming and totally fulfilling.”

The activity is just one of many in their “honeyteering” package, organised by Thai Airways International.

While traditional honeymoons may mean escaping to tropical beaches or relaxing in luxurious places, honeyteering (a honeymoon involving volunteer activities) is becoming a popular way for couples to start…

Recognising the opportunities of this growing trend, The Tourism Authority of Thailand, in conjunction with Thai Airways have joined hands with various operators to offer a wide range of honeyteering…

The range of activities are wide and varied and include working for a wildlife rescue project or orphanage, helping with reforestation, taking care of elephants, releasing sea turtles or even just reading…

The country’s currently political situation has impacted the tourism industry, so 22 five- and six -star hotel operators have joined the project and are now offering attractive rates. For example, a five-day…

According to research conducted by the authorities, it is becoming more popular for modern-day couples to search for unique experiences, boutique accommodation and impressive journeys. They research via…

TAT’s decision to launch www.honeyteeringthailand.com and become active in online marketing on Facebook, Line and Twitter, is a clear indication of intent to capitalise on this emerging niche market.

“There is a growing trend that travellers want to participate in local activities. Now, tourists from Europe, the US, as well as Japan, are becoming interested in this new kind of tourism. Honeyteering…

TAT hopes the move will make a small contribution to achieve the target of boosting revenue from foreign tourists by 13% to over one trillion bah

Source: bangkokpost

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