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Meet Khiri Travel at WTM London 2017

November 3, 2017 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , ,


If you’re attending WTM London next week, you may wish to interview Khiri Travel (booth AS603) about their latest DMC developments from Asia, such as:

  • Khiri Travel’s eight new “Asia Creative Series” signature tours in Asia (being announced this week)
  • The new Khiri Reach conservation project near Bagan, Myanmar to protect the endangered Burmese Star Tortoise. (Khiri Travel guests can now visit the project as part of their Bagan area experience. Pick up a free papier-mâché tortoise at the Khiri WTM stand for your kids).
  • And the latest news about Khiri’s operations in Asia, such as foodie tours in Sri Lanka, advancing the responsible tourism agenda – and the latest Khiri Travel innovations and tour ideas for Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Indonesia.

Find out more from the Khiri team at WTM. Meet with Richard Brouwer, the Khiri Travel CCO; Herman Hoven, GM for Khiri Travel Indonesia; and Adrian Croft, Khiri’s UK representative.

On Wednesday 8 November, Khiri Travel founder Willem Niemeijer will join a panel at WTM entitled, “Securing Commercial Advantage: Marketing Responsible Tourism.” Join him and other insightful panellists 15:30-16:30 at the WTM Responsible Tourism Theatre (AF580).

For an editorial appointment with Khiri Travel at WTM, please contact me, Ken Scott, Khiri Travel PR & media liaison. Email: [email protected]; mobile 07949 077959.

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