Tourism Indonesia Market In 2013 Followed By 26 Countries
|Posted by Made Kamayasa on Wed Oct 02, 2013|
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A total of 26 countries have signed up to attend the event Indonesian tourism market in 2013 that will be held in West Sumatra, 18 to 21 October 2013.
To this day was the 26 countries that will participate in the tourism market parcipate Indonesia or Tourism Indonesia Mart and Expo ( TIME ), said Head of Culture and Tourism in West Sumatra, Padang Burhasman Bur on Wednesday.
He said the 26 countries that will participate in the event for the travel businesses represented by several companies engaged in tourism.
He mentioned, as a whole has 66 companies that have registered to participate in the 2013 TIME will be held at the Hotel Inna Muara Padang.
That number will continue to grow , because we are still open for registration until the event starts,
From 26 countries who have signed it include the United States, the Netherlands, Australia, Belgium, Germany, France, Hungary, Poland, United Arab Emirates, Korea, Japan, Russia, Britain, Italy, India, China, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.
He explained that the Indonesian tourism market is an arena for business tourism and supporting industries in Indonesia (seller) to promote various products and services to the domestic tourism businessmen of foreign tourist (buyer).
Furthermore Burhasman said, with the holding of periodic TIME buyers from overseas are also able to see the potential of the market and promoting new tourism products in their respective markets.
Burhasman said, TIME aims to promote West Sumatra to the International market as well as encourage the improvement and enhancement of infrastructure, tourism facilities and attractions in the region so that it can be one of the world's tourist destinations.
It can attract foreign tourist arrivals to the region of West Sumatra and in the end not only will encourage the growth of tourism sector development, but also its supporting sectors in the province of West Sumatra, such as the construction of new hotels and other tourism objects.
Last changed: Wed Oct 02, 2013 at 10:01 pm