Adrian Peter Tse
Jun 10, 2015

Top 10 ad videos in Thailand: YouTube

Here are the most popular ad videos among Thais during the first quarter of 2015, presented as part of our two-part report on the country's vibrant video scene.

Thailand has a particularly healthy online video ecosystem, in which marketers and agencies collaborate with popular content creators to the delight of a population that consumes video voraciously. As part of our two-part report on the Thailand video scene Google Thailand provided this ad leaderboard, which showcases the most popular YouTube ads for the first quarter of 2015. See the main article for some observations about what these successful videos share in common.

1. (ABOVE) “The Reason”, Thai Life , Ogilvy

2. อา ยา...ผมรักคุณ, King Power , Y&R:


3 “ วิธีคลายร้อน 1: สะบัดผมให้เซ็กซี่” Clear , Hub Ho Hin:


4. VRZO ไม่ เชื่อ บ้า บ้า บ้า, Nestle Ice Cream , JWT with VRZO:


5. The Everlasting Teacher (Version เต็ม) : 7 Eleven Thailand” 7 Eleven, MAM Heart:


6. "คุณเชื่อป่ะ“ว่าคนเราจะชอบกันได้โดยที่ไม่เคยเจอหน้า?” [Part 1]" Samsung, Good Things Happen:


7. "เช็คอินเกรียนๆ ภาค 2" Air Asia TH, Dove To Rabbit:


8.  "VRZO จินนี่จ๋า [by LAZADA]" Lazada, VRZO:


9. "ท่องเที่ยววิถีไทย เก๋ไก๋ไม่เหมือนใคร (Discover Thainess) version 2 นาที" Ministry of Tourism, Leo Burnett:


10. "จะเป็นอย่างไรถ้าของเล่นที่เด็กๆอยากได้ที่สุดคือ...." Unicef, Mediavest:


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