2 Valley operators on fam tour to South Korea
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 2: Nasir Shah, Director (Operations) CNE Travel & Tours, a Valley-based tour operating company, is currently part of a large delegation of Indian Outbound Tour Operators in South Korea, representing Kashmir.
The delegation comprising operators from across India are in Seoul on the invitation of South Korea Tourism Organisation to showcase the high product and potential of Korea Tourism.
Besides Shah, the Fam Tour has also Maninder Singh of Valley-based Jeet Tours as part of the delegation from Kashmir.
Speaking to Greater Kashmir over phone, Nasir Shah described Korea as the most developed tourism country with complete and perfect tourism infrastructure.
“While on visit to KINTEX, Korea's largest Exhibition & Convention Centre, the OBT Operators were delighted to see world class facilities at the MICE Centre where more than 1 lakh visitors can visit in a single day. The Centre hosts nearly 850 conventions & exhibitions throughout the year, mostly from Asian countries,” he said.
The delegates were received by the Director General of Korea Tourism Organisation at Suwan City of Gwongwang Province.
The Delegates will be taken around various destinations to highlight its potential & KTO has a target of 50,000 Indians to visit to Korea this year.
Korea Tourism has created specially designed Indian Restaurants & Tourist Guides for the facilitation of Indian Tourists, besides organising visit to Global Tourist Villages, showing Cultural heritage of Korea.
Lastupdate on : Wed, 2 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 2 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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