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Khiri Travel at ITB Berlin

February 14, 2012 by Khiri Travel |

Khiri Travel will once again be at ITB Berlin. Edwin Briels, Lee Sheridan, Pankaj Pradahn and Group CEO Willem Niemeijer will be present on the trade days, 7-9 March. The Khiri booth will be at the same location as last year stand 214 in Hall 26B.

During the show you can get the latest information on developments in the Greater Mekong Region and the expertise from the Khiri team. Since the last ITB Berlin, Khiri has opened an office in Yangon, Myanmar and introduced an innovative range of tour options for Myanmar, where tourist arrivals increased 26% last year.

Since ITB in 2011, Khiri Travel has been restructuring in order to more efficiently deliver products and services. Find out more at stand 214 at this year’s ITB.

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