The TAT Newsroom Blogger Thailand campaign is committed to finding talented travel bloggers
through the annual blogging competition.

Each year, six most outstanding entries will win free trip to Thailand inclusive of return airfare
and a tailor-made itinerary to experience the unique local way of life in the Kingdom.

 

The 3rd TAT Newsroom Blogger Thailand competition
is accepting submissions from 01 January – 15 February 2018
with online voting running until 15 March 2018

The Thailand trip for winners takes place from 28 May - 01 June 2018’ 

Enter Your Submissions Now & Tell Your Followers To Vote!

While sharing your stories, use these hashtags:
#TATNewsroom & #BloggerThailand2018
Tagging TAT Newsroom on our social media channels

Good luck!

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#KeepCalmAndPhiPhi

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Tom Yum Goong

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