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KTC Consolidates Forces with Allies in Arousing People for Sightseeing Tours of Southern Region by Giving the Worthiest Promotion of the Year.

            “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited in collaboration with Andaman Passion,Flying Hanuman, Simon Star Show and Bangkok Airways launch the worthiest promotion package for KTC card members who are fond of sightseeing tours with 3 days and 2 night accommodations and cruising with Catamaran “Hype Luxury Boat by Andaman Passion” to touch the nature of Andaman Sea with indulgently enjoyable time in the party on board the boat, viewing the beautiful perspectives of lands in the dream at “Phanga Bay, Khai Nok Island, Hong Island, Raja Island, Hay Island or Wae Island under the impressive services ever from Andaman Passion at the beginning price of only 3,999 Baht under Flexi 0% installment payment service scheme for 3 months when the total payment through credit card is from 10,000 Baht, and a touch of the exciting experience from Flying Hanuman, a swinging sling on mountaintop with imported equipments from France and extremely experienced guide on Phuket Island at the 28 most exciting bases. KTC card members get special discount of 20% in every package. For those who are fond of Cabaret Show, Simon Star Show accepts the right for payment of attendance ticket to see the show for only 299 Baht/ticket (from the normal price of 800 Baht) or package of 4 tickets for only 999 Baht (from the normal price of 3,200 Baht). In addition, members can purchase Bangkok Airways tickets with 0% interest with installment payments for the maximum period of up to 6 months by just only accounting for the total expenses of 10,000 Baht and over per one air ticket.

          For additional details on tourist attraction information, contact KTC World Travel Service, Telephone No. 02-665-5050 or visit website:     

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