VITO (India) and Scoot Tigerair Pte Ltd organised FAM Trip to Bali

The Visit Indonesia Tourism Office (India) in association with Scoot Airlines recently hosted ten top travel agents from Punjab on a ‘Fam Trip‘ to Bali to create an understanding of the destination. The trip was focused on exploring Bali and its different aspects: Heritage, Gastronomy, Arts and Crafts, Natural Beauty and Culture, and Adventure among other things. The trip allowed the agents to experience first-hand the vibrant islet while enhancing their understanding of the uniqueness of Bali when promoting the same to the traveller.

They were impressed with the diverse islands, the stunning secluded beaches, adrenaline pumping activities, delicious cuisine and friendly people. Indonesia is an unbelievably hassle-free destination with visa on arrival and gratis. The group enjoyed the in-flight service of Scoot and the hospitality extended by The Anvaya Beach Resort Bali and Sol House Bali Kuta by Melia Hotels International.

The agents who participated were: Smart Life Services, World Travels Regd, Yorkers International, Shree Vikas Travel Services, Ghai Travels, Super International Travels, Bhatia Travels, Sharma Travels, Axis Travel Advisors Pvt Ltd, Akbar Travels Of India Pvt Ltd, VITO – India & Scoot Airlines.

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