Kota Kinabalu – Sabah Tourism Board will be launching a new online campaign in Thailand starting 22 February 2021 till 22 May 2021. This campaign, called “SABAHDeeKhrap”, will run on a “Book Now, Travel Later” basis with flexibility to travel till 31 December 2021 targeting the expatriate and the millennials groups in Thailand in particular and certainly open to all the Thailand population as well.

The campaign link (hellosabah.my/sabah-dee-khrap) will direct users to a landing page in HelloSabah.my website that presents to online users, a wide range of products and packages in Sabah which include nature, adventure, wildlife, culture, diving, community-based tourism, long, sandy beaches and international class hotels and resorts.  There is a special gift: The first 20 buyers will be eligible to grab an e-voucher through a promo code button valued at RM100 redeemable with Sabah’s own traditional handicraft at KADAIKU outlet located in the heart of Kota Kinabalu City, Sabah.

This campaign allows travel seekers in Thailand to dream to travel out of their own shores and experience the wonders, excitement and serenity that await them in Sabah including savouring the wonderful sight of the mystical and majestic Mount Kinabalu that can be viewed practically from all points in the west coast of Sabah.

Malaysia as a whole including Sabah, practice a high standard of health and safety protocol with SOPs that encompasses the requirement of producing fresh negative Covid-19 test result slip, temperature check, physical distancing, sanitization upon landing at our airports be it in Kuala Lumpur or Kota Kinabalu, in our transfer vehicles, places of accommodation and in places of interest that are being visited. Everyone’s health is of paramount importance and all these protocols are put in place to continually protect our guests so they can have peace of mind to relish their travel experience in Sabah.

In 2019, Sabah received 4,738 Thais, and increase of 19.4% from the previous year. Pre-Covid, Kota Kinabalu was connected with a direct flight serviced by Air Asia Thailand from Bangkok, 3x weekly. Thai travellers to Sabah seek adventure activities and diving.