MICE traveler invited to ‘Jeju Island’ in Korea

Korea Tourism Organization organized a ‘Press conference’ for the Jeju Tourism Organization at Gateway Room, Hotel TajMahal Palace, Mumbai on 30th April 2014. Korea Tourism Organization is working closely with Jeju Tourism Organization, Cathay Pacific Airways Limited, Kim’s Travel and consortium of 10 Travel Agents (Akbar Travels, Club Mahindra Travels, Cox & Kings, JTB Travels Pvt. Ltd, Kesari Tours, Mercury Travels, Orbit Corporate & Leisure, TBI, Thomas Cook and TUI India) based in Mumbai for promoting Jeju Island in India. There was a MoU signing ceremony between the Korea Tourism Organization, Jeju Tourism Organization, Cathay Pacific Airways Limited, Kim’s Travel and the consortium of Indian Travel Agents during the Press Conference.

Jeju Island, 130 km from the southern coast of Korea, is the largest island and the smallest province of Korea. It is a beautiful place to experience mystery, culture and tradition. Jeju Island is covered with lush subtropical forests, lava caves of all shapes, sizes and lengths, sandy beaches, spectacular craters and grand Halla Mountain is poising silently in the middle of the Island.

The Korean Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism has certified Jeju Island 4 times as “The Best Inbound Tour Products” since 2004. This is the perfect MICE and leisure destination to experience the eco-style accommodation and nature focused tours. There is No Visa to enter Jeju Island staying for 3 months.

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“Korea Tourism Organization will be launching the tour package for Jeju Island as a destination not required visa. Recently Jeju Tourism Organization and Jeju Convention Bureu had experienced a dramatic increase of MICE groups from China and Thailand. Based on this trend, Korea Tourism Organization along with Jeju Tourism Organization & Jeju Convention Bureau are seriously targeting Indian corporate for their MICE trip to Jeju Island. We expect much potential from Indians” says Mr. Jae Sang Lee, Director, Korea Tourism Organization, India

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