TAT London Office launches “Stay at Home Thai Style” to give Brits a taste of Thailand
Bangkok, 21 April, 2020, at 12.30 Hrs. – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) London Office has launched a series of “Stay at Home Thai Style’ videos and games to give Brits a taste of Thailand while they cannot travel to the ‘Land of Smiles’.
TAT London Office Director, Ms. Chiravadee Khunsub, said, “Our wish is to give Brits something to do to help their mental health and well-being during lockdown while providing them new skills to learn or games to play. It’s something all the family can get involved with.
“Whether you’ve been to Thailand or not, this is a great way to immerse yourself in a taste of Thai culture. Maybe, we’ll inspire a new wave of Thai boxing enthusiasts or budding Thai chefs!”
Stay at Home Thai Style
Each day will focus on a unique aspect of Thai culture. From a tasty Thai cooking class, relaxing wellness videos, to a high energy Muay Thai boxing workout, these will include:
- Monday: Stretch! Posture & Alignment (video) with Kamalaya Koh Samui and Healing Holidays
- Tuesday: Thai Crossword (game)
- Wednesday: Tone Up! Pilates inspired full body workout (video) with Kamalaya Koh Samui and Healing Holidays
- Thursday: Learn to talk Thai (pdf) with useful holiday phrases
- Friday: Muay Thai Boxing workout (video) with Semtex Gym and Muay Thai Holidays
- Saturday: Thai Cooking Class (video) with Katathani Collection
Become a Thai MasterChef at Home with Yui Miles
The TAT London Office has also teamed up with Ms. Yui Miles, Masterchef 2019 quarterfinalist, to launch a “Become a Thai MasterChef at Home with Yui Miles” competition (more details at https://fanclubthailand.co.uk/become-a-thai-masterchef-at-home-with-yui-miles/).
Opened on 17 April, 2020, and closing at midnight on 8 May, 2020, the competition offers the chance to win a private Thai cooking lesson with Chef Yui, including all the ingredients, a case of Chang beer and three bottles of Monsoon Valley wine. Runners up will receive a delivery of Chang beer or Monsoon Valley wine.
“Of course, there is no better way to experience Thailand than visiting our amazing country, and we can’t wait to open our doors again to the millions of Brits who visit each year. We remain at disposal to our trade partners during this difficult time and look forward to supporting business to Thailand when the time is right, Ms. Chiravadee concluded.