Largest travel fair about Asia in Belgium
७ माघ २०७६, मंगलवार १५:१८
The Belgian tour operator ‘Joker reizen’ has organized the second edition of the largest Travel Fair about Asia in Flanders on Sunday, January 19, 2020. The free and open entrance fair was organized in Ghent, but this time at a new location: Gent ICC, Van Rysselberghedreef 2 9000 Ghent.
This was a whole day program from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM, a huge excitement and enthusiasm was observed from participants. Nepali touristic destination and Visit Nepal 2020 was hugely promoted in this fair.
There was a lot of interest and potential visitors to Nepal came to collect information at the stall of the Embassy of Nepal.
On the occasion of the VNY2020 there were many colorful leaflets with information about different regions in Nepal and about the various activities and interests that Nepal has to offer. Mr. Sudhir Bhattarai, Deputy Chief of the mission and the staff of the Embassy of Nepal in Brussels were present at this travel fair to promote their country.Whether you go on holiday with your partner, family or friends or prefer to explore the world in a group, you could find the necessary travel inspiration and tips at this Travel Fair Asia.
For more information about the next trip to Nepal, participants visited the stall of the Embassy of Nepal. It was also possible to attend a travel show where enthusiastic speakers talked through a presentation packed with beautiful photos about traveling in Asia. Different countries and travel formulas were discussed. A professional presentation was made about travelling to Nepal, this presentation was an open invitation to visit Nepal for lifetime experiences.
This year of 2020 is a specific touristic year in Nepal, the campaign of visit Nepal 2020 was hugely promoted in Europe by this fair.
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