TAT Newsroom Blogger Thailand Competition Returns for the Fourth Time

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TAT Newsroom Blogger Thailand Competition Returns for the Fourth Time

The fourth annual TAT Newsroom Blogger Thailand Competition held by the Tourism Authority of Thailand runs from December, 1, 2018 till January, 31, 2019 this time. Are you ready to participate?

This time, there will be two activities bloggers can take part in what actually doubles your chances to win.

Only bloggers, vloggers and other social media influencers with serious account engagement can participate in the contest.The entries submitted shoul be in line with the main themes of the competition: ‘Open to the New Shades’ or ‘Go Local’. 

The main prize for the six lucky winners is a five-day trip to Bangkok, Phuket and Phang Nga inclusive of airfare, accommodation and an exclusive itinerary. Voting is scheduled for February and the winners will be announced on February, 28. Winner's trip is planned for the last week of March 2019.

For bloggers residing in Thailand, there will be a separate competition where entries describing routes and roads less travelled within the country will be expected. This contest will take place immediately after the first competition is completed. Entries should be submitted between April, 1st, 2018 and May, 31, 2019. The rpize for the winners is a three-day trip to some of the most amazing off the beaten track destinations in the country.



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