Siam Seaplane is excited to announce that we have been chosen as one of three companies to participate in the new Expara Innovation Challenge on the future of travel and tourism in Thailand.
Expara is a regional pioneer and leader in incubation, early-stage venture capital, entrepreneurship, VC and innovation training, mentorship and advisory work. Expara provides both investment and services to the enterprise ecosystem.
As a part of the winners, we are joining an intensive training under the Expara flagship program. The 6 week program provides a path to fundraising and networking with entrepreneurs, investors and mentors. We are happy to be a part of this and hope to be able to further accelerate our development efforts through the program.
We believe that Siam Seaplane is an important part as a game changer for Thailand’s tourism industry. Travellers seek for a more unique, personalized experience that comes with safety, hygiene and comfort. We will be able to offer that experience through our last mile, premium seaplane transportation. We commit to always offer a faster, hassle-free, comfortable & luxurious experience — to safely bring travellers to their final waterfront destination.
About Siam Seaplane
Siam Seaplane Co., Ltd. is developing the first-of-its-kind seaplane service for the Kingdom of Thailand. Its slogan is: “Once in a lifetime — every time,” aiming to offer faster, easier and seamless access to waterfront locations across Thailand. This will be a premium service for any holiday makers, groups of friends and families, and the most exclusive VIP service for discerned executives and influential persons.
Alongside working closely together with all relevant Government and regulatory entities, Siam Seaplane has partnered with many of the leading Thai luxury resorts and marinas, with a joint interest to offer seaplane services, enhancing air access and egress as well as interconnectivity for residents, visitors, and enhancing the current tourist offer and experience.
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