The 66th Cruising Convention of Travel Agents Association of India will be held in Singapore from 22nd ~ 25th August 2022. Office Bearers and Managing Committee Members at both National and Regional levels of TAAI informed and invited their members to the 66th Cruising Convention.
Speaking about the event, Ms. Jyoti Mayal, President, of TAAI said that the association’s strength is in facilitating business-to-business and people-to-people contacts to support its members. And, therefore, we are inviting members to embark on a journey to rebuild the network and relationships post-pandemic.
A strong and committed travel trade professional for four decades; Mayal has been advocating the need for bilateral and multilateral tourism promotion even before taking over as the President in 2019. She shared that the close proximity of Singapore & the opportunity to promote regional tourism is the need of the hour to strengthen bi-lateral relations, develop trade, investments & tourism, to experience the serene beauty of destinations like Singapore and Penang, Malaysia.
Jay Bhatia, Vice President added that the TAAI’s 66th Cruising Convention will be a lifetime experience. The Cruise-to-Cruise experience will begin and end in Singapore. We have roped in the Royal Caribbean International and shall be boarding the ‘Spectrum of the Seas. The largest, best, and newest Cruise ship in the world, ‘Spectrum of the Seas’ offers great food, warm hospitality, and various other unique experience, apprised Bhatia.
Those looking forward to learning; networking; exploring; connecting to situations and people beyond their current, ones must immediately plan their participation and not miss out on exciting and momentous opportunities emphasized Bettaiah Lokesh, Hon Secretary General.
Shreeram Patel, Hon Treasurer informed that TAAI will soon be rolling out the registration opportunity. This 66th Cruising Convention is designed to be numbers restricted, however, basis availability we shall accommodate the maximum number of members, Patel assured.
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