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Suvarnabhumi International Airport launched a campaign on the weekend to welcome Chinese visitors during “Golden Week” which is China’s national holiday running from October 1 to October 7.
Around 17,000 Chinese passengers will be travelling through the airport on a daily basis during Golden Week. Up to 658 flights from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan will be landing at Suvarnabhumi Airport with holiday makers.
To make a good first impression, the airport is offering gifts of souvenirs and fruit to Chinese passengers while airport staff are wearing Thai traditional costumes and performing traditional dances.
To further accommodate these passengers, the airport has put up signs in Chinese and deployed Chinese translators at various locations throughout the airport.
From January to August 2016, 5.7 million Chinese passengers traveled through Suvarnabhumi Airport. The number accounted for 21% of all international passenger arrivals. Each visitor spends approximately 50,000 baht per trip and the two most popular destinations were Chiang Mai and Koh Samui.