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Thai Lion Air joined with The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)

19 May 2022
By Thai Lion Air By Thai Lion Air

Mr. Surat Boonchu, Krabi Station Manager representative from Thai Lion Air to attend Aqua Lumina, a festival of lights. Amazing glow from the Andaman Sea in 3 southern provinces, Krabi, Phuket, and Phang Nga to revive the economy and stimulate both Thai and foreign tourists during May 14 – June 12, 2022.

By H.E. Mr. Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, Thailand’s Minister of Tourism and Sports, and Chairman of the “Aqua Lumina, the Magical Lights of Andaman” event, expected the epidemic situation around the world is expected to ease and tourists from all over the world plan to travel abroad. This is considered an opportunity for Thailand to show potential in tourism. coupled with the combination of innovation.

The “Aqua Lumina, the Magical Lights of Andaman” lighting festival promises to be a spectacular, not-to-be-missed occasion for families and all visitors. It is taking place across one of the best times to experience the wonderful southern destinations of Krabi, Phuket and Phang-nga  from May through June.

In Krabi, the event’s theme will be “The Land of Magical Creatures” and visitors will be able to enjoy beautiful light and sound displays, photo with adorably lit-up underwater creatures, live music by local bands, the Illuminated Nora Dance, a fire performance show every Friday and Sunday, a display on project mapping, and local cuisine from different food stalls. 

In Phuket, the theme will be “Land of the Guardians of the Andaman”, with light and sound entertainment, plenty of photo, an illuminated Nora show, fire performances, live local bands on Fridays and Saturdays, a projection mapping show, sea-themed activity booths, and food truck cuisine from prominent Phuket eateries.

In Phang-nga, the theme will be “Land of Dancing Waves”, where MUSIC & ILLUMINATION techniques will allow visitors to take photos with various shapes of waves and lights in the shape of undersea coral, and there will be concerts by local artists, a surprise hip-hop artist performing on stage, activity booths and cuisine from over 20 eateries.