TAT thanks German tourist couple for rescuing a Thai family in Chiang Mai

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Pinnat Charoenphol (right), director of the TAT Chiang Mai Office, meets with Kaleth and Leifeld to personally convey the TAT’s heartfelt gratitude.
Pinnat Charoenphol (right), director of the TAT Chiang Mai Office, meets with Kaleth and Leifeld to personally convey the TAT’s heartfelt gratitude.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is extending thanks to German tourists Stella Maria Kaleth and Jan-Philippe Leifeld for rescuing a Thai family from a car accident in Chiang Mai.

“I am very pleased to learn that both Kaleth and Leifeld have so far enjoyed their holiday in Thailand, and their actions in Chiang Mai will surely be a moment to remember for all of us. After completing their travel plans in Chiang Mai, Kaleth and Leifeld will continue their journey to Phuket, Krabi and Bangkok, before returning to Germany,” Pinnat Charoen­phol, director of the TAT Chiang Mai Office said.

The TAT Chiang Mai Office also expressed its appreciation by arranging accommodation for the German couple at the Rati Lanna Riverside Spa Resort, Chiang Mai, and a dinner at Kao Pla Arharn, a local Thai restaurant.

TAT Governor Yuthasak Supasorn is in the process of extending gratitude to the German couple on behalf of the TAT and all Thais via an open letter to the Ambassador of Germany to Thailand.