Taipei promotes tourist attractions at CPTA meeting in Hanoi

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Taipei promotes tourist attractions at CPTA meeting in Hanoi

Hanoi, Sept. 8 (CNA) Taipei promoted local tourist attractions at the Council for Promoting Tourism in Asia (CPTA) meeting in Hanoi Sept. 6-8, an official from Taipei City Government said Saturday.

Chiang Chun-huei (江春慧), a senior official in the Department of Information and Tourism, said the Taipei delegation presented a series of reports on marketing programs for the city's tourist attractions and achievements during the three-day meeting.

At an exhibition to promote tourist attractions in participating cities held on streets around Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi, the Taipei delegation set up a stall to showcase scenic areas, transport, shopping malls, local products and other tourism-related information on Taiwan's capital city.

Currently, the CPTA has 10 member cities: Tokyo, Bangkok, New Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Seoul, Taipei, Metropolitan Manila, Tomsk and Hanoi.

The annual meeting reviewed cooperative activities implemented over the past few years and drafted plans for new projects.

Participants also looked for measures to attract more visitors to Asian cities through cooperative projects, programs, and campaigns, while also discussing ways to improve tourism management and promote cooperation between agencies, organizations and businesses in CPTA member cities.

(By Romulo Huang)
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