- Dr. Ir. Arief Yahya, M. Sc
Tourism Minister Indonesia
The APTTF Hospitality Tourism & Travel Summit 2019 is a closed-door event for INVITED DELEGATES of South East Asia Tourism, Travel and Hospitality and winners of APTTF Annual Awards (namely INDONESIA / THAILAND / MALAYSIA / VIETNAM / PHILIPPINES and HONG KONG ) only which includes : Corporate CEO/President, COO and PR Managers, VP Operations, Dir Sales and Marketing, Property GMs, Financial Controllers, Director of Operations, Golf GM, Golf Managers, MICE Managers/Directors, SPA Managers, Resort Managers, Club Managers ; Hotel & Resort owners and managing directors and equivalent.To be held over 2 days at each locations, the APTTF Hospitality Tourism & Travel Business Summit 2019 will feature International Speakers of Industry Leaders and Business specialists on our Summit subjects. Various aspects of business challenges and its solutions including market research, solutions and business outlook methodologies will be discussed with all delegates.To be attended by some 300 Executive delegates from each country locations, the APTTF Business Summit will end with the presentation of APTTF Annual Tourism Awards to some 200 distinguished Hospitality, Travel and Tourism destination in all respective country. Qualified Nominees of the APTTF Annual Tourism Awards will be notified through the official invitation card which qualifies the recipient to receive the APTTT Award(s) after attending the APTTF Business Summit 2019 at their respective country location.Please complete the form below to pre-register for the APTTF Hospitality Tourism & Travel Summit 2019 and receive regular updates about the event. Discount code (if any), may be entered at the payment portal, when prompted.
EMPOWERING SUSTAINABLE TOURISM & TRAVEL INITIATIVES
The direct contribution of Travel & Tourism to GDP was IDR259,583.0bn (USD19.4bn), 1.9% of total GDP in 2017 and is forecast to rise by 5.2% in 2018, and to rise by 6.1% pa, from 2018-2028, to IDR494,021.0bn (USD37.0bn), 2.1% of total GDP in 2028.
The total contribution of Travel & Tourism to GDP was IDR787,100.0bn (USD58.9bn), 5.8% of GDP in 2017, and is forecast to rise by 5.4% in 2018, and to rise by 6.4% pa to IDR1,547,440.0bn (USD115.8bn), 6.6% of GDP in 2028.
In 2017 Travel & Tourism directly supported 4,585,000 jobs (3.7% of total employment). This is expected to rise by 1.8% in 2018 and rise by 3.0% pa to 6,258,000 jobs (4.2% of total employment) in 2028.
In 2017, the total contribution of Travel & Tourism to employment, including jobs indirectly supported by the industry was 10.0% of total employment (12,241,500 jobs). This is expected to rise by 2.0% in 2018 to 12,486,500 jobs and rise by 3.1% pa to 16,985,000 jobs in 2028 (11.4% of total).
Visitor exports generated IDR192,608.0bn (USD14.4bn), 7.0% of total exports in 2017. This is forecast to grow by 3.8% in 2018, and grow by 6.4% pa, from 2018-2028, to IDR372,088.0bn (USD27.8bn) in 2028, 9.3% of total.
Travel & Tourism investment in 2017 was IDR160,864.0bn, 3.7% of total investment (USD12.0bn). It should rise by 6.6% in 2018, and rise by 6.2% pa over the next ten years to IDR311,887.0bn (USD23.3bn) in 2028, 4.0% of total.
One of the finest luxury 5 star hotels in Jakarta, strategically located in the center of the city. This resort in the city features 23 acres of landscaped tropical gardens. The hotel is a 5 minute drive from the Presidential Palace, and is also close to major sightseeing attractions such as Istiqlal Mosque and Cathedral Church. It is within easy reach of government offices, major business and banking centers, shopping and entertainment areas. Tourist attractions are minutes away such as National Monument, National Museum of Indonesia, Museum Sumpah Pemuda, Fatahillah Museum Old Town and other attractions around the hotel. Gambir Railway Station is only 3 minute’s drive and Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is 35 minute’s drive from the hotel.