Friday, May 16, 2008

Nepal goes colorful in ATM Dubai- 2008

Nepal goes colorful in ATM Dubai- 2008

Nepal Tourism Board, along with four private companies participated in the ATM- 2008 held in Dubai, UAE during May 6-9, 2008. The fair was keenly observed and visited by the media, travel related agencies and the common public in the Gulf Region.

The Gulf region is the fastest growing region in the world and the ATM reflected that. The 14 year old international exhibition has doubled in size in the past four years with the space of 25,000 sqm; the success of the event reflects the growth of the region's travel industry. With 2,208 exhibitors from all aspects of industry from all corners of the world, the ATM is undoubtedly a special platform to showcase the tourism attractions and to meet with the travel related organizations.

Nepal was very well received in Dubai by the media and the travel industry. With many new airlines flying to UAE and connecting the Gulf region to Nepal, there seemed numerous queries, interests and attractions towards to Nepal. The Nepalese companies enjoyed unprecedented meetings and flow of the visitors; and Nepal seems to have great tourism potentials in the region. On May 8, Nepal organized a short presentation on Nepal to address the inquiries of the media, travel professionals and common people and to brief them on the current scenarios in Nepal.

The Nepal stand was visited by His Excellency Mr. Arjun Bahadur Thapa, the Nepalese Ambassador to UAE and by the Embassy officials. Yeti Travels,, Shangri-La Hotel and La Meridian Resort were the private companies that participated in the fair.Mr. Gahendra Rajbhandari – Officer participated the fair from Nepal Tourism Board.

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