The occasion was also used to launch Amazing Thailand’s Open to the New Shades marketing concept in Canada.
Tanes Petsuwan, deputy governor, marketing communications, TAT, presented the 4D Open to the New Shades, highlighting five categories of products; gastronomy, nature and beach, culture, way of life, arts and crafts.
Around 150 guests including Canadian travel companies, travel media, guests from the business community attended a reception which featured a live music performance by famous Thai saxophonist, Koh Saxman, a demonstration of fruit and vegetable carving, and making of artificial flowers and carps from palm leaves.
“This is our 28th TAT overseas office. We chose Toronto, the capital city of Ontario, because it is a vibrant, multi-cultural city and one of the largest metropolitan areas in North America,” elaborated Kalin Sarasin, chairman, board, TAT.