Worldwide Travel Bloggers: Share Thailand pictures + stories with Tourism Authority of Thailand to win free FAM trip + airfare

Thailand Blogger comp

The Tourism Authority of Thailand is calling on bloggers and social media users to use their talents to tell the world about the delights of the kingdom, and to share their memories and pictures of happy holidays in the TAT Newsroom Blogger Campaign.

Get your online followers to vote for your stories and pictures and you could get the chance to visit Thailand and ‘Discover Amazing Stories’ in this lovely land.

Enter your story into the TAT Newsroom Blogger website or post your photo so that your followers and travel fans can vote on them. The entries with the most votes will get the chance to join an amazing, activity-packed FAM trip around the kingdom.

This activity is open to bloggers and photo bloggers around the world. And remember, even if you’re a blogger who has yet to visit the Thailand you can still enter your writing and tell us what attracts you to this historic land. 

With your creative talents and enough votes you could be a winner, and find yourself flying to Thailand very soon, to enjoy whole new experiences in the land of everlasting smiles and amazing stories.

Who can enter the competition?

• The activity is open to bloggers with a personal blog (on Word Press, Blog, or Blogger etc.) or a presence on any of the following social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google Plus etc. 

• The bloggers must be followers of the TAT Newsroom on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google Plus.

• The bloggers must be fully active on their blogs and social media accounts with regular updates and posts over the last six months.

• The bloggers have to have recently posted related topics relating to trips, destinations, food, culture etc.

Full prize list here. Full terms + conditions here.

Free to submit by July 31, 2016.

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