KOTA KINABALU, 10 October 2022: The 6th World Tourism Convention (WTC), collectively organised by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Tradition Malaysia (MOTAC) and the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), will happen in Kota Kinabalu Sabah from 28 to 30 November 2022 at Sabah Worldwide Conference Centre.
Sabah final hosted this occasion in 2010, and the choice of Sabah once more recognises the state authorities management in growing sustainable tourism.
The WTC theme, “Tourism Futures Reimagined”, goals to offer an interdisciplinary platform to champion tourism’s future and methods whereas driving restoration and resilience in a post-pandemic world.
WTC will characteristic a line-up of world-renowned audio system in 4 classes themed – Decoding Tourism Futures, Discovering Area of interest Alternatives, Redefining Tourism Success and Rebuilding Tourism Resilience and Readiness.
Round 700 worldwide and native contributors will convene in Sabah for the three-day occasion. Functions are at present open by the official UNWTO web site and shall be vetted by MOTAC.
“Sabah is anticipating international dignitaries, tourism business specialists and WTC contributors from all around the world to go to Sabah for this unique occasion.
Sabah Tourism Board because the strategic accomplice is working carefully with MOTAC, Tourism Malaysia, and business stakeholders to organize and welcome these delegations,” Sabah Tourism Board chief government officer Noredah Othman.
“Sabah is proud to host one other big-scale worldwide occasion as we’re dedicated to being a key enterprise occasions vacation spot on this area. I’m assured with our amenities, expertise, abilities and expertise. The Sabah enterprise occasions business will flourish,” she added.
Over 1200 contributors convened in Sabah for the 2nd Asia Park Congress final Might, adopted by The Malaysia Borneo Soccer Cup, Borneo Fowl Pageant, Borneo Safari and the WWF – Malaysia fiftieth Anniversary Convention.
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(Your Tales: Sabah Tourism Board)