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Bali Wins Prestigious Tourism TTG Travel Awards

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Bali won the prestigious award as the "Destination of the Year" at the 2019 TTG Travel Awards that took place at Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Center, Thailand on Thursday (September 26th). TTG or Travel Trade Gazette is a weekly tourism newspaper. The award was immediately handed over to the government of the Republic of Indonesia, which was represented by Deputy Marketing Development I at the Ministry of Tourism (Kemenpar), Rizki Handayani in Bangkok on Thursday. Rizki Handayani said that the award made the government confident and Bali is the best tourism destination and is able to generate foreign exchange. He also said that the award is an international belief and recognition. This means that Bali is one of the world's tourism destinations. Rizki also reminded that maintaining achievements and awards will be more difficult than obtaining them. Therefore in the future, according to Rizki, the Ministry of Tourism in addition to maintaining and maintaining Bali as a world tourism destination, the Ministry of Tourism also seeks and promotes other leading regions which are priority tourism programs.

Meanwhile, Deputy Assistant for Marketing Development I Regional I of the Ministry of Tourism (Kemenpar), Dessy Ruhati in a press statement in Jakarta on Wednesday (9/25) said that the award won by Bali becomes evidence of international recognition of Indonesian tourism. Dessy Ruhati, who led the Indonesian delegation at the largest MICE exhibition and exchange in Asia-Pacific pointed out that the award given to the winners in the "30 th Annual TTG Travel Awards 2019" event was a series of exhibitions and international tourism incentives Travel & Convention exchanges. Asia Meeting (IT & CMA) 2019 which took place in the same place on September 24-26, 2019.

The Indonesian Pavilion offered a variety of superior MICE tourism products and tourism information services on 10-Priority Tourism Destinations, including five destinations; Lake Toba, Borobudur, Mandalika, Labuan Bajo, Likupang which were designated by President Joko Widido as a Super Priority Destination.

In the global MICE industry, Indonesia is represented by Bali, Jakarta, Lombok, Manado and several other destinations. The regions are a world-class MICE destination because they often host various international conventions.

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