Skål Asia, the global tourism network, is set to host its annual Asia Congress at the luxurious Merusaka Hotel from June 1-4, 2023. This year’s Congress promises to be a top-tier event, providing an excellent opportunity for tourism professionals to network, connect, and learn from industry experts.
The Mengiat ballroom at the five-star Merusaka Nusa Dua will be the Congress venue, and attendees can look forward to a packed schedule of activities. The event kicks off with an evening welcome cocktail party on June 1st, followed by a full day of Congress on June 2nd, which includes a networking lunch and dinner. On June 3rd, there will be a half-day Congress, followed by a tour and a grand gala dinner.
For those who want to extend their stay, the Merusaka Hotel offers pre and post-Congress accommodation options starting at USD 135 net per night.
“We are thrilled to host the Skål Asia International Congress at the Merusaka Hotel in Bali,” said Mr Ian McDonald Cameron, the General Manager of the Merusaka Hotel. “Our beautiful property offers the perfect setting for members to come together, network, and learn about the latest trends in the tourism industry.”
Skål Asia is an international organization of travel and tourism professionals, committed to promoting tourism while fostering goodwill and friendship among its members. The Asia Congress is an annual international event that brings together industry leaders, travel professionals, and tourism organizations to share insights, discuss trends, and collaborate on ideas that can help promote sustainable tourism.
“We are excited to bring the Skål Asia Congress to Bali,” said Mr Keethi Jayaweera, Acting President of Skål Asia. “Bali is a popular destination for travelers, and we are looking forward to showcasing the beauty of the island to our members while providing them with an opportunity to connect with fellow professionals in the industry.”
With the current state of the tourism industry, this year’s Congress is more important than ever. It provides a platform for tourism professionals to come together, learn from each other, and collaborate on ideas that can help shape the industry’s future. This year’s Congress theme is “Sustainable Tourism: A Roadmap to Recovery,” with a focus on promoting sustainable tourism practices that benefit both the industry and the environment.
Tourism professionals interested in attending the Skål Asia Congress can contact the Merusaka Hotel at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the hotel’s Skål Asia Congress website at https://merusaka.com/skal for more information and reservations.
Join us in Bali for the Skål Asia Congress and be part of shaping the future of sustainable tourism.
Written by: Supaporn Pholrach (Joom)