“ ASEAN B - Sustainability ”

   ASEANTA launched “Advancing Partnership for Sustainability” tourism business exchange platform to increase the international tourists spending per head from 877 USD to 1,500 USD by 2025

   Mrs.Mingkwan Metmowlee, President of ASEATA on behalf of the ASEANTA committee in collaboration with public and private partners from 10 ASEAN countries announced the new initiative to bring in tourism businesses to Thailand. ASEANTA has been successfully promoting The Sustainable Tourism industry in ASEAN to increase economic value and be environmentally friendly at the same time under a single destination marketing campaign. This year, we will strengthen human capital in tourism under the ASEAN Tourism Strategic Plan 2016 - 2025.

 Now tourism as an industry is increasing rapidly, it is important to all the tourism stakeholders to not only compete and cut the price but collaborate for the most effective way in operating the businesses for sustainable growth Mrs.Mingkwan Metmowlee said. Therefore ASEANTA collaborates with “ Strategy Partners for Sustainable Event ” including the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), The Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) and the Thai Travels Agents Association (ATTA) agreed to organize open table platform to discuss tourism opportunities from 10 ASEAN countries, more than 200 members.

   The initiative aimed to provide support to travel and tourism businesses to meet and exchange views under the concept of "Advancing Partnership for Sustainability" or "Sustainable long-term cooperation" in order to push ASEAN to increase the international tourists spending from 877 USD to 1,500 USD by 2025.

   ASEANTA hopes that this event will enable the tourism industry in ASEAN to grow sustainably. We appreciated the support from Thailand as a host of the event and our members look forward to future tourism business opportunities in Thailand.

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William Ho at 18 May 2020 10:24
Dear Sir / Madam Hong Kong Brahma Shrine “香港四面佛” – Now open for visit ! I am writing on behalf of Hong Kong Brahma Management Services Foundation with Chinese name as “香港四面佛管理服務基金”, a newly set up religious shrine dedicated to the worship of Brahma, commonly known as Four Faced Buddha in Bangkok and Hong Kong. I would like to invite your office and fellow staff members’ attention to this newly build located in Kowloon Bay now open for visit. The shrine not only offer the respected Brahma for worship / new place of interests but also have restaurants in the vicinity and carparking spaces nearby for drop off purposes for all visitors. In November 2017, the Foundation has been approved by the Inland Revenue under S.88 as a recognized charitable body. The build of this shrine is to amplify the benefactor’s vision on the worship of the Four Faced Buddha from conventionally the most popular location, Bangkok Erawan Hotel and to ease of access for both local residents and tourists in Hong Kong. By continual preaching Brahma belief, the body emphasis on helping each individuals in our community, particular in times of challenging period like what we are facing now. At time of officiation in January 2017, the shrine was opened for limited hours for public visit. In light of current climate, the Foundation is pleased to have the blessings that the venue could be opened for everyone who would like to worship and make wishes to Brahma God. The shrine will be opened from 10 am – 10 pm daily. Being a new spot in the tourism industry scene, we would be glad to contribute in the cultural diversity of this vibrant city. Should your Office be interested to find out more details, please feel free to visit our official website : www.brahmashrine.org.hk in ease of itinerary planning use. Meantime, taking this opportunity allow me to wishing you and fellow members stay healthy at all times and please help to forward to the appropriate individuals whom may have interested in cultural visits. Should your office consider appropriate to display large size posters, we have A0 size available upon request. Please feel free to contact us for arrangements. Yours sincerely William Ho Director for the Foundation