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Published on : Thursday, June 16, 2016
The Pacific Asia Travel Association and the Ministry of Tourism, Republic of Indonesia are pleased to invite you to attend PATA Travel Mart 2016 in Greater Jakarta, Banten Province, Indonesia on September 7-9, 2016 at the Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE) as a media delegate.
PATA Travel Mart (PTM) is the Association’s signature event and Asia Pacific’s premier travel trade show, featuring unparalleled networking and contracting opportunities to help travel and tourism organisations access decision makers, meet new clients, expand their network and build or maintain existing relationships. PTM attracts more than 1,000 delegates from over 60 countries for the three day event, facilitating over 10,000 pre-matched appointments and bringing together qualified international buyers and sellers for face-to-face meetings, educational forums and networking functions.
Besides the Mart, PTM 2016 will also include the PATA Travel Innovation Forum in partnership with Phocuswright and Connecting Travel, the Blogger Forum in partnership with the Professional Travel Bloggers Association (PTBA), and PTM Talks. This year’s Mart also features a Digital Hub exhibition that provides online, tech and digital marketing companies with a fantastic opportunity to boost brand awareness while contracting directly with relevant businesses and organisations in the tourism and travel industry.
Situated in Tangerang, Banten, only 30 minutes away from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, ICE is Indonesia’s biggest convention and exhibition centre with eco-friendly and energy efficient features. The surrounding province of Banten enjoys a rich cultural heritage and pristine natural resources from the archaeological remains of the Banten Kingdom to secluded islands, landscaped resorts and spectacular golf courses. Key attractions in Banten include the Tanjung Lesung, an unspoiled and serene peninsular offering the most beautiful beaches on Java; the Old Banten Complex, the former capital of the Banten Sultanate offering historical attractions from the Kaiboon Palace to the Grand Mosque of Banten, and Ujung Kulon – a UNESCO World Heritage Site that features one of the world’s most pristine natural eco-systems of flora and fauna, virgin beaches and healthy coral reefs.