ASEAN Tourism Association (ASEANTA) conveys our heartfelt condolences to the Royal Family, the Government and the people of the Kingdom of Thailand on the demise of HRH King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
We join you in mourning the loss of a great leader of his nation.
ASEANTA Headquarters – Putrajaya, Malaysia – The ASEAN Tourism Association is to set up a website to pay tribute to hundreds of industry veterans and stalwarts for laying the foundations of what is now recognised as the region’s fastest-growing economic sector.
From ministers to hoteliers, tour operators to convention organisers, expatriates to Aseanites, legions of men and women with vision, dedication and commitment played critical roles in building up travel & tourism. They designed from the ground up the products and policies, dismantled impediments and bottlenecks, and planned and executed major marketing campaigns that raised ASEAN tourism to illustrious heights.
To be named “ASEAN Travel & Tourism Hall of Fame,” the project will mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of ASEAN. Spearheaded by the ASEAN Tourism Association, the region’s largest private sector grouping, the website is scheduled for launch at the January 16-20, 2017, ASEAN Tourism Forum in Singapore, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of ASEAN.
Ms Aileen Clemente, President of ASEANTA attended the 3rd ASEAN - JAPAN PUBLIC - PRIVATE DIALOGUE OF NEW INDUSTRIES which was held at Le Meridien Bangkok Hotel on 22nd June 2016. Also present was Mr. Oudet Sauvannong, President of LHRA and also Chairman of ASEAN Business Advisory
By Nick Baker | Friday, 22 April 2016
Khin Myat can’t contain her excitement.
The aspiring travel writer seems to have limitless ambition when listing the countries she hopes to visit.
“I want to go everywhere,” she recently told The Myanmar Times.
There’s only one problem – as a Myanmar citizen, Ma Khin Myat holds one of the most restricting passports on the planet.