This November, representatives from East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) in Indonesia will send a delegation to the annual World Travel Market (WTM) in London. This is the first time the region has been represented at the travel fair, offering attendees a rare glimpse into one of the world’s most spectacular emerging destinations.
From Monday, 4th November until Wednesday 6th November, NTT will be represented at WTM London 2019 in their own designated area, by an exhibition team comprising delegates from various tour operators, hotels, amusement parks, tourism hot spots and local government.
To discover NTT, attendees are invited to visit us at the following location: Exotic NTT Village | Pavilion Number 850 | Excel, London, November 4-6 2019
The team will be on hand to introduce WTM visitors to the many superb locations to be enjoyed in East Nusa Tenggara, from encounters with dragons in Komodo, to luxury hotels and cruises in Labuan Bajo; the gateway to adventure in NTT, recently identified as a Super Priority Destination in Indonesia. The team will present their latest range of products, showcasing the region’s unique cultural heritage and natural beauty with adventure holidays, diving, surfing, cruises, beach breaks and wildlife exploration.
About East Nusa Tenggara
The southernmost province in Indonesia, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) comprises Komodo National Park, Flores, West Timor and the Alor Archipelago, along with more than 500 other tropical islands. This region is home to spectacular wildlife, captivating cultural heritage and stunning natural landscapes. Recently voted the World’s Best Value Destination by Lonely Planet, NTT provides budget-conscious travellers with truly priceless experiences.
About WTM London
WTM is unique annual forum, offering effective business-to-business networking opportunities for the international community of travel specialists. This is where industry professionals can discover new destinations, exchange practical tips, share experience and sample innovations that clients and customers will value. Last year WTM London sparked a million meetings, resulting in around £3 billion in contracts.