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Phuket Hoteliers Heading To Bali

Category: Hotels, Posted:06 May 2014 | 06:00 am

I have just returned from Bali and ran into a few hoteliers from Phuket looking to expand their footprints into South East Asia's largest economy – Indonesia.
Clearly there are a growing number of synergies between Asia's to big resort destinations.
Coming up on June 6th is the second Indonesia Hotel Investment Conference at the Grand Nikko Bali.
For those in the Thai hotel sector, this will be a great opportunity to learn more about Indonesia's booming hospitality trade.
The conference will have leading panelists and cover a broad range of subjects and segment.
C9's Bill Barnett will be leading a session on Hotel Branded Residences.
For more details about the event
<link>http://www.indonesiahotelinvestment.com/eng/home*CLICK</link>

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