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Thai passengers now enjoy visa-free travel to Taiwan with convenient flights and low fare tickets by Vietjet

(Bangkok, August 2, 2016) – With visa-free travel for Thais introduced yesterday, the number of Thai travelers heading to Taiwan for both vacation and business is set to take off this year and surge higher into 2017. Taiwan’s government is offering stays of up to 30 days visa-free, and now the trip has never been cheaper or more convenient; Vietjet is offering 30,000 super-saving tickets priced from zero Baht in the line with the “It’s 12 p.m. Let’s Vietjet” promotion running from August 3 to August 5, 2016 at applied for all routes to Taiwan and for its popular route to Korea. The travel period is from August 6, 2016 to October 30, 2016 for HCMC–Taipei/Tainan routes and from August 23, 2016 to March 26, 2017 for HCMC/Hanoi–Seoul routes and (except national holidays).

Tickets at promotional rates for both the Korea and Taiwan flights can be booked from 12:00hrs to 14:00hrs at (also compatible with smartphones at or at (just click the “Booking” tab). Payment can be easily made with debit and credit cards of Visa, MasterCard, JCB, and American Express.
Tainan City, the oldest city in Taiwan, offers Thai visitors the chance to explore the 200+ year old history and culture of one of the region’s most impressive and exciting destinations. Its Buddhist and Taoist temples populate the colorful pages of travel guides, whilst Tainan’s legendary street snacks keep visitors returning year after year. Over 1.43 million* tourists visited from across South-east Asia last year, so it’s time to explore this magnificent country. Vietjet’s flights offer the convenience of BKK > HCMC > TNN, connecting Thai passengers through a swift transfer in Ho Chi Minh City at the midway point.
Both HCMC and Hanoi offer stress-free connections for Thai travelers making their way to Seoul too, providing an ideal routing to Korea, one of Thailand’s long-term favorite outbound destinations. Lasting from September through November, Korea’s mild days of fall make it the most pleasant time of the year in which to visit. Cool temperatures and the changing colors from the lush greenery of summer to a rich splash of reds, oranges and yellows signal the arrival of autumn - and Thailand’s favorite time of year to visit Korea.
With its high-quality services, special low-fare tickets and diverse ticket classes, Vietjet offers its passengers enjoyable flights with dynamic and friendly flight crew, comfy seats, amazing hot meals and special surprises from the airline’s inflight activities.
* Tourism Bureau of Taiwan, aggregated statistics for 2015


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