Post a clip, win a prize

Thailand February 19, 2018 13:00

By The Nation

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is calling all visitors to submit their best trip-in-Thailand videos for its latest content competition to win exciting prizes.

TAT’s ‘Thailand Footage Trading Project’ runs from now until March 16. If you’ve ever visited Thailand and have video footage from your trip, don’t miss a chance to win exclusive prizes, including up-close-and-personal cooking classes with one of Thailand’s best chefs.

In addition to the private cooking class with chef Bo from Bo.Lan, a one-Michelin-star restaurant, winners also have a chance to win a limited collection of indigo-dyed cotton jackets designed by Mel Sangsomsap from the brand SSAP or prized kan yao durian. the most expensive durian in the world from Samai, an orchardist in Nonthaburi in exchange for entering the footage in the contest.

Every snippet of video footage will help Thailand create one of the most diverse tourism films ever produced. This marks the first time that the TAT will be making commercial films, using video footage from visitors who have been to Thailand and have discovered the many Thai local experiences.

Participants can post more than one clip but must first follow TAT on any of its various social media accounts. Then simply post trip-in-Thailand footage on Facebook, Instagram or Weibo with your social media page(s) set to public status, so that the committee will be able to access your post using the hashtags #opentothenewshades #amazingthailand

The committee will be awarding a total of 15 prizes for the best video footage that most impressively reflects Thailand’s amazing shades with inspirational tourism content. Other terms and conditions apply. 

For a complete list of entry requirements and prizes, head to