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szdaily -> Travel
Indonesia eyes Macao, HK markets to boost tourism
    2017-December-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

INDONESIA has planned to hold events for selling tour packages in China’s Macao and Hong Kong tomorrow and Thursday respectively, aimed at further tapping significant potentialities from the two markets, a senior official of the country’s Tourism Ministry said.

Deputy minister for International Marketing Development at the ministry Gde Pitana said the ministry would send 11 sellers from Bali, Surabaya, Lombok, Jakarta, Sabang, North Sulawesi, Papua and Riau Isles to the two events.

Most Indonesian sellers will highlight marine and undersea tours with several tour packages in Indonesia’s prominent diving and snorkeling spots.

Besides Bali, tour packages to be recommended to potential tourists in Macao and Hong Kong among others were Bunaken, Raja Amat, Mansuar Island, Mike’s Point and Manta’s point, would be offered at the two events.

“Indonesia has plenty of beautiful undersea spots for diving and snorkeling. Indonesia had just earned the ‘Best Dive Destination’ award in the recent World Travel Market event in London last month,” Pitana said recently.

He said the upcoming sales mission events held in Macao’s Royal Hotel and Hong Kong’s Kimberly Hotel were highly expected to successfully tap the momentum prior to year-end vacation this year.

Indonesia’s upcoming tour package sales events were expected to attract more tourists from the Chinese mainland in particular to visiting Indonesia via Hong Kong, Pitana added. (Xinhua)

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