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KTC launched a big campaign “KTC Fine Selection” with eleven prominent resort chains.

KTC Members will get a chance to win triple privileges.

Mrs. Pittaya Vorapanyasakul (right), Executive Vice President - Synergy Business and Ms. Prym Panyasereeporn (left), Vice President – Travel and Leisure Marketing, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited recently launch “KTC Fine Selection” campaign with eleven chains of hotels and resorts which are The Unique Collection, Hotel Management Asia, Samed Resort Group, Akaryn Hospitality Management Services, Springfield Group, Imperial Group, Regent Cha-am Group, Anantara Group, Dusit Group, Amari hotel and resort and the Mosaic collection, and, Impiana Group. There are 79 hotels in Thailand and Asia among these chains. This event took place at KTC head office on Sukhumvit 33 road.  

“KTC Find Selection” campaign is cooperating with eleven hotel and resort chains with 79 destinations in Thailand and Asia in the offering of triple privileges to KTC credit card members. Firstly, provide a special discount on accommodation, dining outlets and spa at participating hotels from now until October 31st, 2013. Secondly, one chance to win one of the 99 prizes of 3-day, 2-night accommodation package and Thailand Boutique Awards book every month, worth over 750,000 Baht, for every 1,000 Baht spent via a KTC credit card. Thirdly, big chance to win 13 Million Baht of prizes over a period of thirteen weeks for every 1,000 Baht spent via a KTC credit card from now until August 13th, 2013.

For more information, please call KTC World Travel Services Center at 0-2665-5530 or visit


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