ACMECS countries aim for double-digit rise in foreign tourists

 

VietnaACMECS countries aim for double-digit rise in foreign touristsm, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand have agreed to work together for a double-digit increase in the number of foreign tourists by 2015 under the theme “Five Countries – One Destination” Download the daum video.

The goal is part of a joint statement issued at the first meeting of tourism ministers of the five countries in the Ayeyawadi – Chao Phraya – Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy (ACMECS) in Ho Chi Minh City on September 11 그레이 아나토미 다운로드.

The ACMECS group aims to serve 50 million international visitors in 2015, including 10 million intra-regional tourists.

The ministers also agreed to build a new tourism corridor along Bagan, Chiang Mai, Luang Prabang, Vientiane, Siem Reap, Da Nang, and Hue in line with an agreement reached at the 5th ACMECS Summit in Laos in March this year 나인하프위크 다운로드.

The meeting went through tourism cooperation under the Vientiane Declaration and the ACMECS action programme adopted at the 5th ACMECS Summit.

In 2012, ACMECS countries welcomed over 37 million international arrivals, a year-on-year increase of 18 percent, 6 million of which from within the region 영화 장화홍련 다운로드.

The countries have actively promoted their tourism by joining international tourism fairs and building an ACMECS tourism website. Thailand and Cambodia have piloted a common visa scheme to facilitate travelling between the countries weblogic 8 1 다운로드. Member countries have also assisted each other in human resource training and sharing of experience.

The second meeting of ACMECS tourism ministers is slated for 2015 in Myanmar Spring ajax download.

Source: VNA

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