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MICHELIN Guide 2024 Launch: TAT Celebrates Thailand’s Culinary Distinction

MICHELIN Guide 2024 Launch: TAT Celebrates Thailand’s Culinary Distinction

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) celebrates the release of the MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2024. Covering 447 establishments across Bangkok, Phuket, Phangnga, Chiang Mai, Ayutthaya, Isan, Ko Samui, and Mainland Surat Thani, this edition continues to spotlight Thailand’s diverse gastronomic scene.

Ms. Thapanee Kiatphaibool, TAT Governor, commends the strategic partnership with MICHELIN since 2018, highlighting its pivotal role in propelling Thailand as an international culinary destination. The guide features 7 two MICHELIN Stars, 28 one MICHELIN Stars (including 3 newcomers), 196 Bib Gourmand recommendations (with 28 newcomers), and 216 MICHELIN Selected entries (37 new additions).

With Ko Samui and Mainland Surat Thani making their debut, notable additions include two new two-star restaurants, Baan Tepa and Gaa, six one-star establishments, and a new MICHELIN Green Star recipient, J’AIME by Jean-Michel Lorain. Awards recognizing culinary excellence go to Ms. Chudaree ‘Tam’ Debhakam, Mr. Witchupol “Nay” Charoensupaya, Ms. Louise Bourgeois, and Mr. Thanakorn ‘Jay’ Bottorff.

Expanding its coverage, the MICHELIN Guide now encompasses Bangkok, Phuket, Phangnga, Chiang Mai, Ayutthaya, Isan, Ko Samui, and Mainland Surat Thani. This aligns with TAT’s commitment to promoting meaningful travel experiences through the 5F soft powers – Food, Film, Fashion, Fight, and Festival.

Ms. Thapanee underscores the Guide’s role in enhancing the overall travel experience, making each visit to the listed restaurants a memorable journey. Access the complete restaurant selection for Thailand on the MICHELIN Guide website and app for iOS and Android devices. Explore Thailand’s rich culinary tapestry with the MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2024, where every dish tells a story of culinary excellence.

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