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Sunday, 5 November 2017


It will be a eat drink and be merry festival for visitors, delegates to the Festival Programme at World Travel Market, WTM London, as the leading global event for the travel industry, The WORLD TRAVEL MARKET commences tomorrow Monday 6th to Wednesday 8th of November, 2017.

All is now set as exhibitors from as far as the Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa will be live at ExCeL, London, creating the chance to socialise and experience the unique vibe of each destination.
Among things to expect from tomorrow will be the presence of more than 130 new exhibitors from across the globe to take part in this leading global event for the travel industry.

For most travel and tourism writers, the World Travel Market is considered a Mecca of sort, and journalists in this reportorial section, look forward to and take delight in covering this big event in London.
Within the WTM itself, will be the different conferences, shows and exhibitions for instance, the Ministry of Culture and Sport of the Republic of Kazakhstan will highlight a wealth of tourism opportunities in the central Asian country, from wellness and activity holidays to adventure and heritage travel.
“The largest city of Kazakhstan, Almaty, is also making its debut at WTM London. It is a bustling, leafy city, with museums, shops and nightclubs, and offers sporting breaks for skiers, hikers and cyclists:” Exhibitors from Iran, China, Japan, Russia, Vietnam, Nepal, Azerbaijan and Kurdistan.

This year’s WTM will be a global meeting place for the travel trade as the event positions to receive professionals who will conduct and conclude business deals from tomorrow.
Sixty (60) Tourism Ministers and companies will gather to discuss ‘overtourism’ at the Ministers Summit organized by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the World Travel Market in London. What they will be discussing will be the challenges of sustainable tourism.  The Summit will be moderated by CNN International’s Max Foster.
These are many more comes your way from tomorrow.
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