Indonesia has been one of the fastest-growing cruise source markets in Asia Pacific in recent years, and the Covid-19 pandemic has not diminished the strong growth potential and opportunities that await in this sector post crisis.
Travel Weekly Asia, in partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), are organising CruiseWorld Indonesia to put the spotlight on how the Indonesian travel trade can get ready for the post-Covid sail season.
Themed 'Charting our path to cruise recovery', CruiseWorld Indonesia 2021 will take place virtually on 25 March, Thursday from 10.00am - 11.30am JKT / 11.00am - 12.30pm SGT.
Leading voices in Indonesia's cruise industry will provide valuable, up-to-date insights in the cruise industry, enabling travel agents in Indonesia to prepare and gear up their cruise business for recovery.
Here are key highlights from the upcoming programme and why travel agents from Indonesia should attend this virtual event.
• Find out the newest destination updates from Singapore, the safe health and safety standards implemented for cruising, and why Singapore remains a fantastic fly-cruise destination for Indonesian travellers when borders reopen.
• Get updated on the latest safe cruising protocols, and hear from Genting Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean International on their successful experiences in restarting sailings from Singapore since late 2020.
• Learn about STB's unique Cruise Development Fund and how this industry assistance programme can be tapped to develop and market cruise packages out of Singapore.
• A timely panel discussion tracking Indonesian consumer preferences for cruising, post-Covid travel trends, plus area of growth and further opportunities in Indonesia as a fly-cruise source market.
Travel agents with a keen interest in cruise are invited to join CruiseWorld Indonesia virtually. For more details, the full agenda can be viewed here.
Register for CruiseWorld Indonesia 2021 here.