Thursday, 21 June 2018

The Asia Edit

In the lead up to The Travel Industry Exhibition we will be releasing new and exciting edits showcasing the wide range of exhibitors that you will get to meet at the show in August.

Whether its a new start-up or a familiar face, The Travel Industry Exhibition is sure to widen your horizons.

Remember, we’re the only exhibition catering to mobile, luxury and MICE sectors, and our exhibitors have been handpicked to ensure our buyers get a return on their time and get valuable take aways for their business.

Be sure to stay tuned as we announce exhibitors from all corners of the world!


Shandong is a coastal province located in the East China region and its coastline is one-sixth of China’s total coastline.

Shandong is a birthplace of Confucius and it also encloses numerous historical sites. Mountain Tai (the highest of the five sacred mountains in China), Yellow River (the mother river of China) and the longest Grand Canal of China are three of its most cultural and geographic natural beauties. Many well-known beer factories and wineries are also based in Shandong.

Come along and see them at stand T16.

A visit to the Taj Mahal tops the list for most first-time visitors to India, and rightly so. This iconic monument is one of the wonders of the world and an unforgettable sight, especially when illuminated by a full moon. Built by the doomed Shah Jahan as a lasting tribute to his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, the structure features white domes and spires that shimmer in the sun. Arrive at sunrise with the crowds and expect to hear audible gasps. Rooftop restaurants in town also offer a tantalizing view.

Come along and see them at stand T21 - T25.

Jiangsu province which borders on Shanghai has a history of thousands of years. As one of the birthplaces of Chinese Yangtze River culture, Jiangsu is blessed with a picturesque landscape, and rich cultural heritage including various art forms, literary works and historical figures.

Just to mention a few, you can immerse yourself in Jiangsu Culture in the Suzhou Gardens, experience the Ming Dynasty Tombs and visit the world's most ancient Grand Canal.

To explore more, head to

Come along and see them at stand T15.

The Travel Industry Exhibition
PO Box 147, Ermington, NSW, 1700

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