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To help stimulate Chiang Rai's economy, Singha Park has joined hands with TAT and Chiang Rai Province to organize 4 tourism events. The four events will be held at Singha Park in Chiang Rai Province over even more than four months.
Singha Park reports that it is working with the province of Chiang Rai and Tourism Thailand as Chiang Rai enters its high season of tourism to help the government sector stimulate domestic tourism after COVID-19.
In collaboration with the Thailand Tourism Authority, Singha Park Chiang Rai has announced a massive New Year's Eve event to welcome the New Year and Valentine's Day Love Year 2021 Festival.
Details are being jointly announced by Mr. Pongrat Deputy Governor of Thailand Potential Tourist and Business Tourism Authority or TAT.
The first even starts with the November 25-29 Farm Festival, which is a cold-weather music festival. The next will be the Northern Lights Countdown Celebration 2021 at the end of December.
The fourth will be the February 2021 Wonders Fest with the Singha Park Chiangrai Valentine's Balloon Fiesta 2021 Romantic Balloon Festival's month of love. Along with the registration for marriage – say love in the sky
Mr. Pongrat said Chiang Rai is one of the main tourist cities and a destination province for Thai and ex-pat tourists alike. With beautiful landscapes, as well as culture and people, and perfect nature. As it is one of the major tourist attractions in Chiang Rai Province, it is an opportunity to welcome many visitors to Singha Park each year.
Singha Park has always tried to create great tourism activities to help impress visitors.
We believe that the 4 events intended to be held during the cool weather would impress tourists visiting Chiang Rai and help stimulate Chiang Rai's overall economy, as Ms. Thapanee said.
Chiang Rai has been a strong and influential private-sector contributor to Singha Park over the past few years. Tourists, both Thai and international, are also widely recognized in Singha Park.
Source: Chiang Rai Times