Major Singapore travel fair returns with more exhibitors

The annual NATAS Travel Fair, organised by the National Association of Travel Agents Singapore (NATAS), will return from March 1 to 3 with 20 per cent more exhibitors compared to the last edition in February 2023.

The event, which is open to the public will be held at Singapore EXPO Halls 4 and 5A. Visitors can expect to snap up an array of travel itineraries, packages and deals curated by participating travel agents, as well as obtain travel ideas and advice from more than 60 exhibitors including airlines, cruise lines, NTOs, and travel-related suppliers.

NATAS Travel Fair 2024 will offer travel itineraries, packages and deals curated by participating travel agents

The six NTOs joining NATAS Travel Fair 2024 are Central Japan, Hokkaido Tourism Organisation, Sarawak Trade And Tourism Office – Singapore, Taiwan Tourism Administration, Tourism Authority of Thailand, and Wonderful Indonesia.

The opening ceremony will be graced by Melissa Ow, chief executive of Singapore Tourism Board.

Steven Ler, president of NATAS, said: “NATAS is excited to welcome visitors who are eager to travel to the NATAS Travel Fair, a one-stop platform that aims to meet every traveller’s need. As the organisation representing travel agents in Singapore, we are pleased to be able to give travel agents and industry-related organisations a platform to showcase the different destinations, packages and deals they have to offer.”

NATAS Travel 2024 is proudly supporting Extra•Ordinary People (EPL), a non-profit charity with Institute of Public Character (IPC) in Singapore. EPL empowers children and youths with special needs, fostering their development of essential independent living skills that pave the way to increased employability. In partnership with EPL, NATAS aims to raise awareness about the importance of inclusivity in contributing to a harmonious and diverse society. During the three-day fair, EPL’s beneficiaries will take centre stage, showcasing their talents through heartfelt performances. Fair attendees will get to witness first-hand the resilience and abilities of these extraordinary individuals.

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