PATA Travel Mart 2013 to Take Place in Chengdu, China

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PATA has confirmed that the PATA Travel Mart 2013 will take place 25-27 September 2013 at Century City New International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Chengdu in Sichuan province, China.

Alongside the Mart, the PATA Board Meeting will be held 27-29 September at the InterContinental Hotel in Chengdu.

Martin J Craigs, PATA CEO, said, Chengdu is one of the fastest growing destinations and source markets in China. The Mart makes it easy for buyers and sellers to build their Asia Pacific travel businesses. We look forward to working with good quality buyers and vendors to make PTM 2013 a magnificently productive show for all attendees.

Chengdu has been acclaimed as a leading tourism city by the UNWTO and the CNTA, and is increasingly popular in the MICE segment as well.

Mr Zhao Miao, Vice Mayor of Chengdu, said, Following Beijing and Hangzhou, Chengdu is the third city in mainland China to win the bid to host PATA Travel Mart. Chengdu is the first city to host PTM in Midwest China. Hosting PTM2013 is a milestone event for Chengdu to get ready internationally. It is also a vital step to becoming a world-class travel destination. We will work closely with PATA to ensure the success of PTM2013.

The PATA Travel Mart 2013 will be co-hosted by Chengdu Municipal Peoples Government and supported by Chengdu Municipal Tourism Administration, Chengdu Municipal Bureau of Exposition, and Chengdu Culture & Tourism Development Group.

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