NZ says it in Thai
NZ says it in Thai
Tourism New Zealand to launch Thai language e-marketing activity.
New Zealand will launch a Thai language version of its website, 1
January, to provide information for independent travellers.
The website,www.newzealand.com/Thailand was introduced by
New Zealand manager Thailand Roskamol Vongchowanart, last week, who
said it was mainly a translation of the English website with
It includes a country introduction,
transport details, regional highlights; as well as a blog contest and
quiz to build interactive communications with the market.
Roskamol said the Thai language version was the sixth language to be
added to the mother website. Currently it operates with English,
German, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese language content.
introduce the website, TNZ is partnering with MSN Thailand and
Krungthai Card while conducting marketing activities such as a blog
contest and quiz to attract participation.Â Quiz winners stand a chance
to win a free trip to New Zealand.
â€œWeekly quizzes run through
January to March and winners will get a chance to win gifts from KTC,
ranging from a luggage tag to 22-inch luggage.
is a contest, which should encourage an on-going domestic or
international travel blog under the topic My Self-drive Holidays, and
Bloggers could win a
six-day/five-night self-drive package for two persons, including two
return economy-class air tickets to New Zealand and 10 commended prizes.
Roskamol said, MSN Research claims 13 million Thais are using the
internet of which 9 million log on to MSN.Â The same research showed
MSN users were young, age 20 to 35, and were interested in fashion and
According to Ms Roskamol, TNZ English language
website achieved 5,000 clicks from the Thai market in the first quarter
of this year. She expects that the new version in Thai language will
increase page clicks.