Indonesia promotes tourism at Belgrade Fair - Tourism Indonesia


Thursday, March 2, 2017

Indonesia promotes tourism at Belgrade Fair

Indonesia has promoted the top ten tourist destinations in the 39th Belgrade International Fair of Tourism Sajam Turizma in Belgrade, Serbia.

A statement from the Indonesian Embassy in Belgrade, Serbia received by ANTARA here, Thursday mentioned that the exhibition was opened by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.

The Indonesian pavilion under a theme of Nature and Adventure - Wonderful Indonesia showcased natural and adventurous travels in various tourist destinations across the nation.

The participation of Indonesia at the prestigious event is expected to introduce Indonesias tourist sites to Serbian people and those from Southeast Europe region.

The largest tourism exhibition in the Southeast Europe region was participated in by 1,150 participants from 56 countries.

In addition to showing travel destinations, the Indonesian Pavilion also served Indonesian specialty coffee, featured traditional dances, and interactive quizzes for visitors.

On the sidelines of the fair, the Indonesia Embassy held a gala cocktail with media representatives and tour operators in Serbia.

In the event the Ambassador of Indonesia to Serbia, Harry Kandou, explained the development of tourism in Indonesia as well as promoted cooperation between the two countries in the tourism sector.

During the four-day exhibition, more than 300 travel package inquiries to Indonesia have been received.(Antara)

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