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Four Great Ways to Interact with Khiri at WTM London

October 3, 2014 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

Travel agents, tour operators and media. Here are four great ways to get ahead and advance your own travel industry interests by interacting with Khiri Travel at the World Travel Market in London, 3-6 November:

Meet Khiri Travel at the Sri Lanka stand AS130. Sri Lanka, Maldives and Indonesia have been added this year to Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. Seeking innovative tours in South(east) Asia Khiri Travel makes it happen.

Khiri Travel is also at the Global Discovery alliance booth GV720. A unique gathering of inbound tour operators will surprise you and help you.

Join the Responsible Tourism debate on Child Protection. There are easy steps operators can take to be compliant. The Khiri CEO speaks at the debate on Wednesday 5 November 15:45-17:00hrs.

Get the Myanmar update. Khiri Travel Myanmar General Manager Edwin Briels describes what happens when Top Gear and assorted TV film crews come to town. It’s not always pretty.

For additional information on all aspects of Khiri Travel @WTM_London or for general business queries, please email [email protected].

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