Enjoy culinary delights at half the price
published : 13 Jul 2020 at 04:30
This must be exciting news for foodies and travellers! The Tourism Authority of Thailand presents “Thailand Food Paradise”, offering a rare opportunity to indulge in your favourite dishes at select well-known restaurants in six provinces at half the price.
The campaign offers a rare chance to try signature dishes at 20 famous restaurants at affordable prices. photo courtesy of Thailand Food Paradise
A collaboration with WP Energy, a leading LPG distributor under the trademark of World Gas and Bangkok Bank, this campaign hopes to organise culinary tourism routes and foster cooperation towards the Safety and Health Administration (SHA) standard.
Starting with the central region, the campaign offers a limited number of e-coupons worth 1,000 baht at the price of only 500 baht each. The coupons can be used only once at any of the 20 chosen restaurants in six provinces, making your trip even more pleasurable.
The chosen provinces include Nakhon Pathom, notable for its healthy food varieties and the Nakhon Chaisi River; Phetchaburi famed for its natural setting, famous cuisine and Phetchaburi River; Ayutthaya, a historic city whose ancient temples are among the top tourist attractions; Suphan Buri where visitors can explore Thai culture and enjoy local delicacies; as well as Samut Songkhram and Samut Sakhon, both of which are destinations for seafood lovers and suitable for family trips.
The e-coupons can be purchased via two channels. Just register on the campaign’s official Line account: @THfoodparadise or visit thailandfoodparadise.com. Then, select the restaurants of your choice and the number of e-coupons you want to purchase.
Payments can be made either by Bangkok Bank credit cards or cash and the e-coupons will be delivered through your Line account or registered email address. The e-coupons are available until September and are valid until June 30 next year. However, due to the positive feedback, e-coupons for some restaurants sold out shortly after the campaign was launched earlier this month.