Indonesia Prepares 100 Featured Tourism Events 2018
The Ministry of Tourism will select 100 Wonders Events scattered throughout Indonesiarepresenting cultural uniqueness and held throughout the year. The event is set on October 30, 2017.
Event that entered the top 100 were each reviewed professionally both impact economic, social and cultural. Tenth event is a flagship event that became the focus of Indonesian tourism promotion.
“Of the 100 primary events that have been curated, there are already bringing foreign tourists in between the JFF and the Bali Arts Festival,” said I Gde Pitana, Deputy of Tourism Marketing Development Abroad in an official statement on Sunday (1/10/2017). [...]Continue Reading
(visitkhatulistiwa.com) – At the closing ceremony of Rakornas Cross Border in 2017 at Ballroom Hotel Alila Pecenongan, Jakarta (8/12/2017) Tourism Minister Arief Yahya said the Government of Indonesia is preparing 214 events to be held in 29 cross border areas spread across 8 regions in Indonesia the effort to attract 3.57 million foreign tourists (tourists) cross-border as a target of cross border tourists in 2018.
“The presence of Calender Event Cross Border 2018 will be a stimulus for tourism in the border region,” said Arief. [...]Continue Reading
(visitkhatulistiwa.com) – European countries lead the index of sustainable tourism sustainability. France and Germany top the sustainable tourism indices released from The Economist Intelligence Unit. China HNA tourism conglomerate, pioneered the preparation of this Index.
This sustainable tourism sustainability index is a comparative data of countries in the world that maintain a commitment to develop and promote sustainable tourism practices.
The Sustainable Tourism Index designated the global travel index, also featured interviews with 11 experts on the ground. Experts say European countries such as Britain, Germany and France are among the top in the index. As governments support strongly the sustainable tourism industry helps developing countries tend to experience shortcomings in policy implementation. Although these countries show greater awareness of sustainable tourism objectives. [...]Continue Reading