Indonesia to All Out Participate in Dubai Arabian Travel Market

Arabian Travel Market (special)

Jakarta, MINA – Indonesian Ministry of Tourism will all out participate in Arabian Travel Market (ATM). This annual event will take place at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center, United Arab Emirates, April 28-May 1 2019.

Deputy Minister of Marketing Development II, Nia Niscaya said that ATM 2019 is a big event which attended more than 3,285 exhibitors from 141 countries and estimated to reach more than 120,000 visitors.

Indonesian Pavilion will occupy an area of ​​496 sqm2 (double decker) in Asia Region Sheikh Saeed Hall 3, No. US 2550.

“Indonesian Pavilion will use a mix of classic and modern patterns or elements. As well as lifting the theme of Phinisi ships and traditional Lombok architecture with 85 industries, she said on Tuesday.

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ATM activities include exhibitions, business meetings (B to B and B to C), as well as information and distribution materials for promotional materials.

On that occasion, Indonesia will promote the potential of Indonesian tourism destinations and products in the form of displaying promotional and print film materials.

It Includes booklets welcome to Indonesia, halal travel booklets, Arabic leaflets, tourist maps, goody bags, DVDs (English and Arabic), general souvenirs, exclusive souvenirs, and activity calendars.

Business meetings will take place for 4 consecutive days. With the composition of first 3 days of trade shows (sellers meet buyers) and the last 1 day of consumer shows.

In closing Arabian Travel Market, Indonesian delegation led by Minister of Tourism, Arief Yahya will visit Amman, Jordan to attend Indonesian Travel Market in Levant Countries (Indolevant Travel Market) in Amman, Jordan, precisely at Jordan City Mall, 3-4 May 2019.

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“This activity was initiated by the Indonesian Embassy in Amman, Jordan with the aim of promoting Indonesian tourism destinations and products to SYAM countries. “They are Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Palestine and Syria,” he explained. (T/Sj/R04)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)