Tourism Authority of Thailand sending wishes for good health and prosperity .

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“Best Wishes (Pla-Ta-Pian)” sending tender, loving and care (TLC) to cheer up the world that we shall all overcome all difficulties and hardships from the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic together.


TAT’s sending you wishes for good health and prosperity through “Pla-Ta-Pian” – Thai-style wind mobiles in the shape of a fish, which the Thai people have been using as a symbol for strength and good fortune.

The woven fish mobiles, made from bai lan, or fan palm fronds, is one of Thailand’s cultural heritages. In the old days, Thai people believed that Pla-Ta-Pian was a symbol of abundance and strength, as the fish could survive in any water sources and normally grew to full size around the same time that rice was ready for harvesting. A Pla-Ta-Pian mobile is also considered auspicious for a baby and was traditionally hung over a baby’s cradle to bless them with good health and prosperity.

Never give up

Be strong

Know that you’re not alone

And we’ll get through this together

 #amazingthailand #bettertogether

You can also find the video here  

Kantara S. Olofsson

Public Relation & Communication Coordinator


Om Thailändska Turistbyrån
 Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) grundades 1960 och var den första organisationen i Thailand med särskilt ansvar att främja turismen i landet. Thailändska Turistbyrån i Stockholm etablerades 2002 och ansvarar för de nordiska och baltiska länderna. Thailändska Turistbyrån tillhandahåller reseinformation till allmänheten, resebyråer och media och arbetar även för att uppmuntra invånare i de nordiska och baltiska länderna att resa till Thailand. Läs mer om Thailändska Turistbyrån på