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Vietnam joins Asian Cruise Services Network

2009-12-21 (GMT + 7)

Vietnam joins Asian Cruise Services Network,  The representatives of 17 regional travel agencies, including Saigontourist (Vietnam), attended a meeting in Bangkok, Thailand and agreed to establish an Asian Cruise Services Network (ACSN).

Krai Panyarachun, the director of Bangkok-based SEA Tours, was elected as ACSN’s President and directors from the other travel agencies are now members of the board.

Apart from SEA Tours, other members include Saigontourist (Vietnam), JTB (Japan), Aju Incentive Tours (the Republic of Korea), PC Tours (Hong Kong), Bali Triloka Candra (Indonesia), Asian Overland Services (Malaysia), First Travel (Cambodia), Anglo-French Travel (Singapore), Myanmar Voyages (Myanmar), Micato India (India) and Gemini Tours (Sri Lanka).

According to director Krai Panyarachun, besides working out a strategic business plan and operational programme for next year, ACSN will design a website to advertise the network around the world.


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