The Indonesian pavilion at the  “Internationale Tourismus Borse” in Germnay.
(Photo: Indonesian Embassy in Germany)

Jakarta (VNA) – Indonesia’s maritime and standout Balinese architectural works were introduced at the international tourism exhibition “Internationale Tourismus Borse” (ITB) 2018 in Messe, Berlin, Germany from March 7-11.

Bali’s traditional gate “Candi Bentar”, Meru Tower, clock tower “Menara Kul-kul” and paddy field terrace were highlighted at the pavilion.

The ITP Berlin is the world’s largest travel trade fair, providing an opportunity to learn about different countries and regions across the world.

This year’s event drew the participation of more than 10,000 tourism firms from 189 countries and territories. With a total of 180,000 visitors, the ITP Berlin is a centre of attraction for the tourism industry and influences travel experiences worldwide.-VNA