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egtmedia59Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) has strongly endorsed Bali by successfully conducting its Indian Travel Congress 2015 along with India Travel Trade Expo (ITTE) 2015. More than 350 delegates attended the event.

Sunil Kumar, Chairman of the 2015 TAAI Convention & Acting President of TAAI said: “I felt Bali Convention was certainly very special and rich in content- drawn from my experience of association in organizing TAAI conventions since more than 10 years. Every event of the Convention was superbly crafted. The Convention offered absolute quality with plenty of activity, amazing ambiance, incredible partnerships and importantly pleasant memories for our delegates to take home. TAAI and travel & tourism industry in Bali will cherish the grandeur and opulence of this Convention for long and help in promoting both countries.”

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The TAAI Convention 2015 held in Bali, Indonesia from the 26th to 28th March 2015 was well designed to draw maximum attention to destination Bali. Indonesian Tourism presented its best hospitality to the Indian delegation right from reception at Airport to top quality convention hotels and professional services at the venue- Bali International Convention Centre (BICC). Ms. Esthy Reko Astuti, Director General of Tourism Marketing, Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy graced the event.

An array of international speakers discussed relevant industry topics during business sessions of the three day event.  Local shows like the Devdan Show and the Bali Agung Show with Bali Safari offered Balinese entertainment to Indian audience.

India Travel Trade EXPO (ITTE) – The 3 day travel trade event had 50 stalls in the foyer of BICC and extended partnership and networking opportunities for both visiting and local delegates.

The new initiative at this year’s TAAI event was Namaste India show that showcased India to Indonesian tour operators.  TAAI’s initiative is to develop two-way tourist traffic between India and Indonesia. India and Bali share a close cultural bonding.

Written by Anand & Madhura Katti




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