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Seychelles former Tourism Minister St.Ange discusses tourism with Indonesia officers

Alain St.Ange, the former Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Navy of Seychelles who is on a working mission for the Forum of Small Medium Economics AFRICA ASEAN (FORSEAA) in Indonesia, met on Saturday 29 May 2021 Indonesian tourism official Raffles Jakarta discusses preparations for the tourism industry after COVID-19.

  1. St Ange and Indonesian officials discussed strategic planning options for the coming months.
  2. There’s no time to hesitate as tourism companies around the world are giving a run for would-be travelers who itchy to venture into a safer COVID world.
  3. Officials in the Indonesian tourism industry will meet with the ATB president again soon.

St.Ange, the director of his tourism advisory office in Saint Ange, is also President of the African Tourism Board (ATB) and part of the World Travel Network (WTN). He openly discussed ways and means to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 as well as strategic planning options for the coming months as every tourist destination attracts discerning vacationers.

Indonesia is considered the sleeping giant of the ASEAN bloc, and the country is examining its own way forward. It remains a popular tropical tourism destination with cultural diversity, breathtaking natural beauty and first class accommodation at affordable prices. Officials of the tourism associations will soon meet again in St Ange for further talks and actions.

At the meeting with Alain St.Ange, Dr. Sapta Nirwandar, Chairman of the Indonesia Tourism Forum and former Vice Minister for Tourism and Creative Economy, in attendance; Adi Satria, Senior Vice President Operations and Government Relations at Accor; and Mr. Sandiaga Uno, Minister of Tourism and Creative Industries of the Republic of Indonesia.

Previously, St.Ange was contacted by an Indonesian developer to consult the initiative for a number of Indonesian islands. These islands included Bangka Belitung, the eco-paradise Maratua in East Kalimantan, the islands of Alor and Rote in Nusa Tenggara Timur, and the island of Banda near Maluku.

Wonderful Indonesia is the Ministry of Tourism’s commitment to promote various archipelago destinations for national and international tourism. The initiative invites all brands, institutions and tourism players to enter into partnerships and to publicize the wealth of tourism in the country. There are many platforms, both online (social media, news agency and official website) and offline (brand and institutional partnerships, travel offers, etc.) used for Wonderful Indonesia’s campaigns. The wonders of Indonesia were divided into five categories: nature, culinary and wellness, art and cultural heritage, recreation and leisure, and adventure.

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