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Khiri Travel at PATA Travel Mart in September

August 13, 2014 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , ,

Diamond Island Convention and Exhibition Center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Next month from 17-19 September, Khiri Travel will be attending the PATA (Pacific Asia Travel Association) Travel Mart in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. The 2014 PATA Travel Mart (PTM) will be hosted by the Diamond Island Convention and Exhibition Center. Khiri Travel is allocated to booth J2.

The annual PATA Grand and Gold Awards presentation will be held during the event on Friday afternoon, 19 September. Khiri Travel will be recognized as the 2014 PATA Grand Award winner in the Heritage and Culture category for our innovative “Banteay Chhmar Tented Camp” program.

Willem Niemeijer, Founder and CEO of Khiri Travel will give a talk on ‘Sustainable Tourism in Asia: Visitor Dispersion as a Solution’ on Friday, 19 September from 11.10 to 11.30 a.m. Also representing Khiri Travel at the convention will be Andre van der Mark, Vice President of Khiri Travel and Chris Gramsch, Sales Manager at Khiri Travel Cambodia.

Khiri’s Sustainability and Responsible Tourism Manager, Graham Read, will be present at PATA’s Responsible Travel Pavilion. He will be available to explain more about Khiri Travel’s responsible tourism practices like children and tourism, Travelife certification, and our charity arm Khiri Reach.

Khiri Travel has prepared two unique FAM trips that depart immediately after PTM. Interested travel agents can choose either a 10-day off-the-beaten track adventure in northern Laos, or a 6-day introduction to Cambodia and Laos.

For more details on Khiri’s presence at PATA Travel Mart, the available FAM trips or other matters, please contact [email protected].

 

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